From her expressions to her dialogues, Fatima Effendi is the highlight of Paimanay
The drama will talk about how the issues of upbringing and how money and status never affects how a person is brought up
Saba Qamar and Osman Khalid Butt continue to create magic with their on screen chemistry week after week.
Saba Qamar shines bright as Kanwal and teaches us how to never pass judgement on anyone without knowing their full story
Paimanay; the story of love, relationships and envy begins tonight, Wednesday at 8pm
From ARY Digital to Geo Entertainment, From TV One to A Plus, each channel is bringing forth some amazing action in Nov
The way Angeline Malik has brought the characters to life with her actors is truly commendable.
"Chaap Lo," says Nabeel Qureshi to all those who ripped off his entire film in Odia.
Zahid Ahmed and Iqra Aziz continue to hold our hearts with this simple yet captivating story
Director Farooq Rind and Saba Qamar as Fauzia Batool aka Kanwal Baloch are a fiery combination
We know this one's just a drama but the plight of child marriage hits right in the feels with Mujhay Jeenay Doh
The latest offering from the channel is a perfect blend of humor and emotions, all rolled into one drama.
Qandeel, the documentary, is commissioned as part of the Guardian-Bertha documentary partnership.
The actress talks about Mujhay Jeenay Doh, Shahina, her TV comeback and the Sabeeka issue
We're certain that Mujhay Jeenay Doh will be addressing more than just the issue of child marriage as it progresses
We're trying to educate people so that they can raise their voice and fight for their rights: Angeline Malik
Farooq Rind is an exceptional director and under his direction Saba Qamar and Ali Kazmi have delivered excellently
The serial will be the much needed social commentary on the taboo of child marriage bringing the issue on the forefront.
Spoilt for choices, HIP lists list down what you could and should watch on this Eid!
With BBC talking about Pakistani films it proves that the industry is successfully en-route revival
Ali Kazmi as Abid is outstanding, making us hate him with every passing minute
Urdu1 is keen on touching upon taboo subjects this year and we appreciate the channel's courage!
Four episodes down we love the onscreen chemistry between Ali Kazmi and Saba Qamar which has us hooked on the play.
With Sherry having died a few years ago, will Bisma find happiness once again with the Dashing Zaid played by Agha Ali?
The movie will release in the country on 1st September and will be shown in 6 cities.
The second episode of the serial aired last night and expectedly, grabbed our attention.
She came, she saw and she conquered; Saba Qamar rules the no.1 spot yet again.
HIP got in touch with the industry's best writers to discuss upon the trending topic.
A sweet story, Sohai Ali Abro and Azfar Rehman kept the play intact till the end.
The song tells the crux of the story without going overboard with emotions or heavy on the lyrics.