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  • 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...

  • Copyright infringement: EMI issues notice to Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan

    Another copyright infringement issue has arisen — and this time it is no one but the singer from one of the oldest musical families in South Asia, Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan of the Patiala household...

    According to the legal notice sent to Times Music, Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan and Naseeruddin Shah, the song was first performed by Ghulam Ali in 1983 for album Meri Pasand, followed by Madam Noor Jehan and Salamat Ali in 1984 and by Firdousi...

  • PTI MNA accuses party's Ali Gandapur of facilitating suspects in DI Khan girl’s stripping case

    Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) MNA Dawar Khan Kundi has accused PTI leader and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Revenue Minister Ali Amin Gandapur of facilitating eight people accused of involvement in the alleged stripping and parading naked of a teenage girl in Dera Ismail Khan earlier this month...

    Kundi, elected to the NA-25 constituency (DI Khan, Tank), wrote a letter to PTI Chairman Imran Khan dated Nov 8 requesting him to ensure Gandapur's...

  • Abbas Ali Khan to compose score for Dekh Magar Pyaar Say

    Dekh Magar Pyaar Say, a rom-com starring Humaima Malick and Sikander Rizvi, written by Karachi You're Killing Me author Saba Imtiaz and directed by Asad-ul-Haq, will be one of this summer's film releases, and we now have one more reason to watch the film: the very soulful Abbas Ali Khan is composing the film's score...

    In an Instagram post, Khan said that he had seen the film's rough cut, which has him impressed:Known equally well for...

  • ‘Pakistan would have progressed under Liaquat Ali Khan’

    KARACHI: Deputy Mayor Arshad Vohra said on Monday that the real tribute one could pay to the first prime minister, Shaheed-i-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan, was to follow his teachings...

    He was talking to the media after laying a floral wreath at the tomb of Liaquat Ali Khan on the occasion of the death anniversary of the country’s first prime minister...

  • The bloodline of Saif Ali Khan

    If Saif Ali Khan is serious in his belief, which he shouldn’t be, that people inherit talents such as movie acting through their bloodline, he needs to see his paternal lineage from Bhopal and also perhaps look at his Bengali heritage from the mother’s side...

    The mother’s family links up with the Hindu reformist Brahmo Samaj and the father’s side joins him to the puritan Muslim Ahle Hadith sect, going back to its 19th-century founder...

  • Facts and fiction surrounding historic Masjid Qasim Ali Khan

    PESHAWAR: Masjid Qasim Ali Khan is though a historic mosque in Peshawar city like Masjid Mahabat Khan yet it comes to limelight only during moon sighting before the start and end of Ramazan leading to an endless controversy for the last few decades...

    Located in Misgaran near famous Qissakhawani Bazaar, the origin of Masjid Qasim Ali Khan itself shrouds in a fold of fiction and facts...

  • Another 'Naina': Rahat Fateh Ali Khan croons for Meeruthiya Gangsters

    Looks like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has taken a liking to singing about the eyes of a beloved...

    With Mika Singh singing the title song, the producer of the film Shoeb Ahmad was glad that Rahat had agreed to sing this number: "Mika Singh’s voice was apt for our previous track ‘Mastam Mastam’ and similarly Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was perfect for this romantic track...

  • Saif Ali Khan's film Phantom is about the Mumbai attacks. How will it fare?

    Even though director Kabir Khan's Salman Khan starrer Bajrangi Bhaijaan was an optimistic take on India-Pakistan relations, it still managed to ruffle a few feathers what with its music controversy and speculation about whether it would be released in Pakistan...

    Will Kabir Khan's next venture, Phantom fare better — or worse?Based on the novel ‘Mumbai Avengers’ by S...

  • The mystery that shrouds Liaquat Ali Khan's murder

    On October 16, 1951, Pakistan’s first prime minister Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated in Rawalpindi's Company Bagh (also known as East India Company Garden) during a public meeting of the Muslim City League...

    He was a close aide to the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, and it was during his rule that religious parties begin to take foothold in Pakistan...

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