Sometimes we long to be at two equally appealing places at the same time. But we have to choose one
It is quite common to not to hear the other person’s story and start your own
Aside from a catchy title, Clifton Say Ravi Tak boasted peppy numbers, making it a musical but little else
Kinnaird College’s theatrical collaboration with Arizona State University, aptly titled Lahore in Miniature, encapsulated stories of individuals...
Sometimes life uses the amazing 'sieving' action to remove sadness out of our systems
A visit to old-school cinema made me discern there is a long road that lies ahead for Lollywood in order for it to come out of its comfort zone
With a taut script by Hindi film veteran Javed Siddiqui, even an amateur rendition of Begum Jaan could not go wrong. Case in point: LUMS-educated...
FCC’s annual play The Last Laugh, despite its flaws, raised an issue pertinent to the youth of today
Cupid might have pierced your heart but what are you going to do to sustain the part; that is the real question
Dramaducation’s latest play Muzakar Muanas boasted some spirited performances but the plot, or lack of it, let them down