Pakistan's heartthrob Mahira dances with Lebanese actress Daniella in front of Eiffel Tower
Pakistan's heartthrob Mahira Khan set social media ablaze after she posted a video of herself dancing with Lebanese actress Daniella Rahme to an Arabic song in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
Rahme, the Lebanese actress who shared the video on Instagram, wrote that she and Mahira decided to dance to Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi's "new hit in the middle of Paris!"
"My crazy Mahira … Miss you already beauty," said Rahme, who had also walked the ramp with Mahira earlier at the Paris Fashion Week.
Earlier, she had posted a video of the duo with the caption, "WE ARE WORTH IT!", and said she had "walked alongside some of the most inspiring women with my #Lorealparis family".
At the Paris Fashion Week, Pakistan's undisputed fashion and beauty queen set fire to the ramp as she flaunted a leather jacket, skinny black jeans, and a white shirt with ...
Coke Studio reveals new season's artist line-up
How we've missed the good ol' Coke Studio days and it looks like they're back.
The promo for the show's 12th season shows some of the CS roster speaking about what music means to them and why it is so important.
The score of the video already gives a glimpse of what to expect from the upcoming season and yes, we're already getting the nostalgic vibes of the early CS days.
The CS roster for season 12 includes Abrar-ul-Haq, Aima Baig, Ali Sethi, Atif Aslam, Banur’s Band, Barkat Jamal Fakir Troupe, Fareed Ayaz and Abu Muhammad with Humnawa, Fariha Pervez, Hadiqa Kiani, Harsakhiyan, Kashif Din, Nimra Rafiq, Quratulain Baloch, Rachel Viccaji, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sahir Ali Bagga, Sanam Marvi, Shahab Hussain, Shamali Afghan, Shuja Haider, Umair Jaswal, Zeb Bangash and Zoe Viccaji.
This season, there will also be a number of guest musicians dropping by to show off their ...
Google Doodle honoured Pakistan’s chocolate hero Waheed Murad on his 81’st birthday. Murad was the finest romantic hero who brought grace and style to Pakistani cinema.
If you hover the cursor on the doodle, you will see ‘Waheed Murad’s 81st birthday’ written in the popup text.
Pakistani cinema is indebted to the great film actor, producer and script writer who charmed the cinema-goers with his expressions, attractive personality, tender voice and unusual acting talent.
Much before Rajesh Khanna ruled Bollywood as a romantic hero, Murad had kept the film-viewers mesmerised with his magical aura. As such, he is considered one of the most famous and influential actors of South Asia. The world gave him the title of ‘Chocolate Hero’.
Born in Karachi, Sindh, he started his filmy career when he was 21 years old. He landed in his first role as a cameo in 1959 in the film Saathi.