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  • Cinepax poised to enter digital video space with Abraaj investment

    The Abraaj Group in a press release on Wednesday announced an investment in Cinepax Ltd, one of the leading cinema operators in the country, but did not disclose the size of its investment...

    The investment, made through Abraaj's fund, is expected to grow Cinepax's business threefold over the next four years, according to the statement on the company's website...

  • Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s death anniversary observed at Jinnah Park

    RAWALPINDI: Like last year, the Jinnah Park administration on Tuesday tried to stop the media from covering the death anniversary of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto at the old Rawalpindi Central Jail, now Jinnah Park...

    When print and electronic media was not allowed into the park, PPP Rawalpindi Chapter President Babar Jadoon said the PPP will hold the function on the main road if the garrison authorities did not let the media in...

  • ‘Bottle’ bomb, not cracker, hurled on Jinnah Park

    RAWALPINDI: Investigators probing the cracker’s attack on Jinnah Public Park on Friday suspected that it was a ‘bottle bomb’ which was hurled on the main gate of the park on Wednesday...

    Earlier, the police claimed that a cracker was hurled at the main gate of the park by some unidentified car riders...

  • Nawaz inaugurates Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore, says park not for sit-ins

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday formally inaugurated the Greater Iqbal Park in Lahore and said that the park is not for sit-in as protesters are often on the look out for such venues...

    "We should also post a sign in the park that it is not a place to hold sit-ins, as protesters are often on the lookout for such venues," said the prime minister...

  • New movies likely to pull crowds on Eid

    PESHAWAR: The movie buffs and music lovers are enthusiastic to enjoy three new Pashto movies, five telefilms and sound 10 music albums on Eidul Azha...

    He said that Pashto movies went through an able team of censor and never promoted vulgar scenes and substandard contents...

  • Rolls Royces, movies: private India hospitals go luxe for growth

    MUMBAI: Cinemas, Rolls-Royces and rooms so plush they could belong in a five-star hotel: private hospital operators in India are all but rolling out a red carpet to lure affluent locals and tourists to seek medical treatment at their luxe facilities...

    Local hospital firms including Fortis Healthcare Ltd , Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd and privately owned Medanta have built or upgraded facilities to tap the top-end of a private...
  • In Trump-era movies, the war will not be normalised

    For a much smaller cohort, that speculation invited another, admittedly less pressing subject for discussion: what will Trump Doctrine movies look like?Films about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be roughly categorised in two categories...

    But what was left? In a post-Vietnam era when patriotic wholesomeness and unabashed jingoism could no longer be accepted at face value, Hollywood made movies that largely avoided explicit...

  • The Trump-era movies

    For a much smaller cohort, that speculation invited another, admittedly less pressing subject for discussion: what will Trump Doctrine movies look like?Films about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be roughly divided into two categories: Fouled-Up-Beyond-All-Recognition absurdism and the Cult of the Operator...

    But what was left? In a post-Vietnam era when patriotic wholesomeness and unabashed jingoism could no longer be accepted...

  • Five Pashto movies screened on Eid

    PESHAWAR: The Pashto film industry commonly known as Pollywood has screened five Pashto movies full of thrill and romance on Eidul Fitr as compared to just three flicks last year...

    The five new Pashto movies – Das Khushi ba Mane, Zakhamoona, Sta Muhabat me Zindagi da, Giriftaar, and Gule Janaa -- are being screened in the cinema houses of Peshawar, Kohat, Swat, Karachi, Quetta and Kabul...

  • Why did Hollywood stop making John Grisham movies?

    Specifically: Hollywood stopped turning his books into movies...

    ”Indeed, Grisham’s first movies were big hits: The Firm (1993) starring Tom Cruise earned $158 million; The Pelican Brief (1998) starring Julia Roberts earned $101 million; The Client (1994) starring Susan Sarandon earned $92 million; and A Time To Kill (1996) starring Matthew McConaughey earned $109 million...

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