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  • Blooper? Jazba-e-Junoon was bigger than Dil Dil Pakistan, says Salman Ahmed

    Could you choose between 'Dil Dil Pakistan' and 'Jazba-e-Junoon'?Should you have to?It may have never occurred to fans of Pakistani pop and rock music to play favourites with the two definitive anthems of the '80s-'90s era, but Junoon founder Salman Ahmed teased the debate in a near-sacrilegious statement to the BBC: "...

    'Jazba Junoon' became bigger than 'Dil Dil Pakistan'...

  • Mathira’s Dil Dil Pakistan

    In case you are wondering what’s this all about folks, the girl with oodles of sass and sauciness Mathira has sung, yes you heard right sung, the famous Vital Signs patriotic track, Dil Dil Pakistan...

  • Fats Domino, whose piano helped create rock, dies

    NEW YORK: Fats Domino, whose rollicking rhythm and blues piano helped give birth to rock ‘n’ roll, has died in his lifelong home of New Orleans, the coroner said on Wednesday...

    With his rhythm-and-blues piano backed up by an energetic back-beat, Domino on “The Fat Man” offered self-deprecating humor — “They call me the fat man / ‘Cause I weigh 200 pounds” — and turned his voice into a trumpet-like instrument, singing, “Wah-wah-wah,...

  • Cultural diversity celebrated with piano concert

    ISLAMABAD: The Embassy of Germany hosted a piano concert of classical pianist Jun Kanno in collaboration with the Embassy of Japan, the Austrian Embassy, and the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC)...

    The artist is currently one of the most acclaimed Japanese pianists globally and was invited to Pakistan to celebrate the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Pakistan...

  • Artists launch Dil Sey Pakistan song

    ISLAMABAD: Various artists launched a new song, complete with a video, titled Dil Sey Pakistan on Wednesday at the National Press Club to celebrate 70 years of independence...

    “We want to promote a positive image of the country as we are facing problems with how we are perceived outside of Pakistan,” he said...

  • Dil Dhadakne Do: Who's the vilest character of them all?

    At first glance, Dil Dhadakne Do looks like another escapist travelogue from the master of the genre, Zoya Akther, but it quickly reveals itself to be a dark gritty character study...

    Without condemning or condoning any character's choice, Dil Dhadakne Do has compassion and insight rare in big budget, ensemble movies of this kind...

  • Review: In Diyar-e-Dil, male relationships finally get their due

    Six episodes down and Diyar-e-Dil is not losing any momentum...

    Review: 'Diyar-e-Dil' opens with a bang and is a visual treatAlthough Behroze and Roohi try to make peace with their families they are disowned and cast out, till Roohi’s brother Tajamul (Behroze Sabzwari) sees the pain and misery his sister suffers after losing her first child and allows them back into his life...

  • Badtameez Dil Sabeen

    Raania, Marvi, Sanam, and her team at the T2F and several others and myself were in the preparation phase of Dil Phaink, which is going to be part of the Alchemy Festival at the Southbank Center in London on May 21st...

  • EXCERPT: The dil is Hindustani

    But the dil — the dil is and always will remain Hindustani...

    The dil (heart) is there, apparently masked by foreign accessories, which are neither undesirable nor particularly unavoidable, but it is there, and it beats for a Hindustani drum even if the dance features Russian topis and British patloons (trousers)...

  • Diyar-e-Dil actor Ali Rehman Khan joins cast of Reham Khan's Jaanan

    Reham Khan's first film Jaanan is said to go on the floors this year, and the newest addition to the film's cast has just been announced:Reham Khan confirmed the news on her Twitter account on behalf of IRK Films:Ali Rehman Khan was last seen on Hum TV's ongoing drama series Diyar-e-Dil, where his character's sudden death was a shock to the drama's fans...

    Also read: Diyar-e-Dil hits home by stressing family valuesThe popular actor...

  • Diyar-e-Dil hits home by stressing family values

    Despite a long trajectory, Diyar-e-Dil is maintaining a strong hold on its audience, surprising them with one dramatic turn after another...

    Also read: Review: In Diyar-e-Dil, male relationships finally get their dueThe sudden death of sweet and loving Sohaib (Ali Rehman Khan), who sacrifices everything for family, came as a disturbing shock for Diyar e Dil fans and it’s a testament to Rehman’s skills that the audience was moved...

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