Mom ends with an undeniably cathartic resolution – if courts and laws can’t give us justice, at least our films can.
Bollywood’s legacy with English has a prickly past and is often seen as a key to a better future
There is slow and there is somnambulistic and Sanam is (sleep) walking on the edge.
Seen in independent film Slackistan and some short films, he is now poised to make his leap into super stardom with the upcoming movie Janaan. Find out more about what makes Ali Rehman Khan tick (and talk!)
Mor Mahal the fantasy drama set in preindustrial times takes us back in time to the kingdom of Jahanabad as introduces us to the lives and intrigues of the royal […]
Read the interview below Sarmad Sehbai oeuvre as poet, author, playwright, and scriptwriter has always reflected the intersection of art, culture and literature. As writer of two of the most anticipated […]
Forget the Panama Papers, we unearthed a very telling document about the state of television dramas. While it is an open secret that dramas are written only to gain TRPs, […]
Read her profile: When a writer describes her lead character with an unprintable name for a family newspaper as well as men as oxygen masks, you know that Faiza Iftikhar […]
If only drama writers as well as the men they sketch respected a woman’s ability to make a choice for themselves. In case we need to spell it out, no is complete sentence.
Tum Kon Piya is very quaint, very 1970s and very yawn inducing
Preet Na Kariyo Koi is part social commentary, part thriller and an all-round engaging story.