Pakistan

So what if my song features porn star Sunny Leone, says Ali Azmat

So what if my song features porn star Sunny Leone, says Ali Azmat Karachi, August 8 : Ali Azmat, who is always in the limelight for his extreme-right political ideology, is now making headlines for the songs he has sung for the freshly released, racy B-town film, `Jism 2'.

The new erotic thriller has proved to be popular at the Indian box office, raking in a staggering INR210 million on its opening weekend.


Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan announces new digital album

Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan announces new digital album Lahore, July 23: Renowned Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan, who gained recognition across the border, has announced the release of a new digital album.

Shafqat said the demand for music in the modern market is for digital, and added he is frustrated with the issue of CD piracy.


Veena Malik’s Ramazan show dropped after public outrage

Veena Malik’s Ramazan show dropped after public outrageKarachi, July 21 : Veena Malik's new Ramazan show, in which she was supposed to repent for her sins, didn't seem to have settled well with the awaam.

From internet petitions calling for the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) to ban the show, the anger was hot and unrestricted.

The furor and resentment around the show finally made the production team rethink their decision to air it.


Veena Malik to seek forgiveness for sins during Ramzaan

Veena Malik to seek forgiveness for sins during RamzaanKarachi, July 18 : Veena Malik will be appearing on a show `Astaghfaar' during the holy month of Ramzan to seek forgiveness for her sins.

When the promo for her show made the rounds on the internet on Monday evening, a large chunk of internet commenters were appalled.

"I am Veena Malik. In the entire month of Ramazan, I will seek forgiveness for my sins and yours, with you on Hero TV," the Express tribune quoted her as saying.


Dilip Kumar''s ancestral house in Pak to not get heritage status owing to property dispute

Dilip Kumar''s ancestral house in Pak to not get heritage status owing to property dispute Peshawar, July 2: The Pakistan culture department''s plan to declare Bollywood icon Dilip Kumar''s ancestral house into a heritage site has been shattered owing to a dispute over the ownership of the property.

According to the Dawn, the culture department wanted to preserve the ancestral house, but this could materialize as the government failed to buy the house since many people claimed its ownership.


Veena Malik `excited` about release of Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai

Veena Malik `excited` about release of Daal Mein Kuch Kaala HaiKarachi, June 29 : Veena Malik, whose first Bollywood flick, `Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai', released in India on Friday, has spoken about her latest movie and how it feels to work with big names in the film industry.

After gaining success with her first item song "Channo" in the film `Gali Gali Chor Hai', the road to stardom has just been paved for the actor.


Ghazal maestro Mehdi Hassan to be buried on Friday

Ghazal maestro Mehdi Hassan to be buried on Friday Karachi, June 14 : As the country mourns the death of the legendary Pakistani ghazal maestro, Mehdi Hassan, his family is making preparations for his funeral which will take place on June 15 after the Jumma prayers following the arrival of his two sons from the United States.


Pak ghazal maestro Mehdi Hasan passes away

Pak ghazal maestro Mehdi Hasan passes away Karachi, June 13: Legendary Pakistani ghazal maestro Mehdi Hasan passed away at a private hospital in Karachi on Wednesday.

Hasan had been under treatment at hospitals in Pakistan for a while, and there had also been reports of shifting him to India. He was admitted at a hospital in Karachi for the past couple of weeks after he had developed a chest infection and breathing problems, reports The Express Tribune.


Ghazal king Mehdi Hassan passes away

Ghazal king Mehdi Hassan passes awayIslamabad, June 13 - India-born Pakistani ghazal "badshah" Mehdi Hassan, who had been ailing for the last few years, passed away at a private nursing home in Karachi of breathing complications. He was 84.

His son Arif confirmed the news, Geo TV said. "My father has been ill for the last 12 years but his year his condition had deteriorated itself," he said. (IANS)


Meera to wed Captain Naveed Shahazad on July 21

Meera to wed Captain Naveed Shahazad on July 21Karachi, June 5 : Pakistani actress Meera is all set to marry her fiance Captain Naveed Shahazad on July 21, after convincing his father Raja Pervez to accept the marriage.

Talking to media, Pervez said that they had agreed to accept Meera as their daughter-in-law for the sake of the happiness of their son.

"We have agreed to Naveed's marriage with Meera for the delight of our son," The Nation quoted him as saying.


Veena Malik keen on filming Tamil version of `The Dirty Picture`

Veena Malik keen on filming Tamil version of `The Dirty Picture`Karachi, May 4 : Pakistani actress Veena Malik, who is currently in Fiji for some work, has revealed that she is keen to return to India to shoot for the Tamil version of `The Dirty Picture'.

Her debut in the Tamil film industry, `The Dirty Picture', is a remake of Ekta Kapoor's movie of the same name and Malik will play the role played by actor Vidya Balan in the Hindi version.


Veena Malik meets Fiji Attorney General

Veena Malik meets Fiji Attorney GeneralKarachi, Apr 30 : Attorney General of Fiji Aiyaz Sayed Khiayum visited Pakistani actor Veena Malik during her shoot in the country.

Calling it a profound moment, Malik insisted that the meeting was a great experience.

"It was good knowing about Fiji from him [Khiayum]," the Express Tribune quoted her as saying.


Meera busy learning more about her religion

Meera busy learning more about her religionKarachi, Apr 12 : Pakistani actress Meera has said that she is trying to be a religious person, and revealed that she is taking Quran classes these days.

The Lollywood diva met up with journalists at the Karachi Union of Journalists office for an interview on Tuesday afternoon, clad in jeans and a silk top, and clutching black rosary beads.

She was seen constantly reciting some verses - which she termed as "zikr-e-Allah".


Lollywood has lot of untapped talent, says Naseeruddin Shah

Lollywood has lot of untapped talent, says Naseeruddin ShahKarachi, Apr 4 : Naseeruddin Shah, one of the finest actors of Indian cinema who is in the romantic city of Lahore these days to shoot for ‘Zinda Bhaag’, has revealed that he couldn’t be happier that he has crossed borders to work in a Lollywood film.

The 61-year-old actor also said that he thinks the Pakistani film industry has a lot of untapped talent.


Meera’s engagement called off

Meera’s engagement called offLahore, Apr 2 : Pakistani actress Meera’s engagement has been broken off by her fiance’s father.

She had recently gotten engaged to Pakistani-American Naveed Shahzad, a pilot in the US.

His father, Raja Khalid, has asked her to return the Rs 800,000 engagement ring she was given by his son, the News International reported.


Meera fails to get impounded car released despite influential contacts

Meera fails to get impounded car released despite influential contactsIslamabad, Mar 21 : Pakistani film actress Meera’s car was impounded two days ago, and despite her own efforts and several recommendations from influential people she has been unable to get it released from the police station.

According to sources, the actress spent hours in the station trying to get back her Toyota Corolla XLI after it was found plying without requisite documents, the Dawn newspaper reported.


Fight injustice, says Oscar-winning Pakistani

Fight injustice, says Oscar-winning PakistaniIslamabad, March 11 - Oscar-winning Pakistani documentary maker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy wants Pakistanis "to do their bit for fighting injustice".

Obaid-Chinoy, who made "Saving Face", said it was heartening to see so many people struggling to tackle the scourge of acid attacks and hoped their efforts would finally banish this curse.

"It is the responsibility of all Pakistanis to do their bit for fighting injustice," Dawn quoted her as saying.


Veena Malik to be back in Pakistan soon

Lahore, Mar 9 : Veena Malik has said that she will be back in her home country Pakistan soon to do some projects and also to launch her own music album.

Malik is currently doing three films in India – ‘Daal Mein Kuch Kala Hai’, ‘Zindagi Fifty Fifty’ and ‘Bombay 125 Km’.

“I am also doing a film ‘Super Model’ with Ashmit Patel,” Dawn quoted her as saying.

She said that while ‘Daal Mein Kuch Kala Hai’ is a comedy, she plays a sex worker in ‘Zindagi Fifty Fifty’ and ‘Bombay 125 Km’ is a 3D thriller-horror.


Veena Malik celebrates first Holi

Veena Malik celebrates first HoliKarachi, Mar 9 : Veena Malik played Holi for the first time in India with the cast and crew of her film ‘Daal Me Kuch Kaala Hai’ at B R Studios in Juhu, Mumbai.

The Pakistani actress and model was on her way to the studios for a scheduled dubbing when director Aanand Balraj splashed her with colour. Actor Kishore Bhanushali and writer Vijay Akela also dashed out of the studio to join in.


Pakistani daily rues Osama film shoot disruption in India

Pakistani daily rues Osama film shoot disruption in IndiaIslamabad, March 5 - The disruption by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) of Hollywood director Kathryn Bigelow's film shoot in the Indian city of Chandigarh on Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's killing was unfortunate, a leading Pakistani daily said Monday.


Veena Malik to star opposite Ashmit Patel in ‘Supermodel’

Veena Malik to star opposite Ashmit Patel in ‘Supermodel’Karachi, Feb 29 : Veena Malik has just signed a contract for a Bollywood film, in which she will be paired opposite Indian actor and rumoured ex-flame Ashmit Patel.

The 25-year-old insisted that the film titled `Supermodel' would showcase the sizzling chemistry between her and Patel.


Pride over Oscar win, shame over content: Pakistani daily

Pride over Oscar win, shame over content: Pakistani dailyIslamabad, Feb 28 : The documentary that won Pakistan's first Oscar is a matter of national pride, but its "content is a matter of national shame", said a daily.

The Oscar that went to Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy in Los Angeles is a first for Pakistan. Chinoy, who dedicated the award to the women of Pakistan, has been internationally recognised in the past.


Sharmeen wins first Oscar for Pakistan

Sharmeen wins first Oscar for PakistanKarachi, Feb 27 : Pakistani filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy has won an Academy Award for her documentary about acid attack victims, becoming the first person from the country to win an Oscar.

In her acceptance speech, and first-time Oscar nominee Chinoy dedicated the award to the women of Pakistan.

"All the women in Pakistan working for change, don't give up on your dreams, this is for you," the News quoted her as saying.


Brazilian film fest in Islamabad

Brazilian film fest in IslamabadIslamabad, Feb 26 - A Brazilian film festival enthralled movie-buffs here.

The film festival began Saturday and will continue till March 4, reported Dawn Sunday.

It is the first organised by the Brazilian embassy.

"Pakistanis don`t know much about Brazil beyond football and some other things and we wanted to showcase our culture for them through this festival," Thomaz Mayer, first secretary at the embassy, was quoted as saying.


Meera’s Rs 2 million watch for fiance stolen from home

Meera’s Rs 2 million watch for fiance stolen from home Lahore, Feb 22 : Meera has been robbed of a watch worth 2 million Pakistani rupees, which she had brought as a gift for her fiance.

The Pakistani actress recently got engaged to Pakistani-American pilot Naveed Shahzad.

A duty officer at DHA's B-Section Police Station said on Tuesday that an application has been filed on behalf of the star, stating that the watch had been stolen from her house, the Nation reported.


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