Faisal Sadiqeen, Bina Butt and Sophia Noorani. Z’Mario launches its sister brand Studio d’Art in Karachi.
A round up of events this week!
Do any of these faces tell you how many people died in Pakistan over the last week?
Finally …Sunday Snaps…. weekend complete..
Are you insane? Without this glamour these people will die…….they dont care if anyone lives or dies they are of different kinds and sometimes its hard to realise that they are humans.
These photos clearly show that beauty likes to be hidden and those who approach the limelight are totally unattractive. These people have no respect for humanity. So many people died recently in Quetta, they remind me of Marie Antoinette during the French Revolution when Frenchpersons were suffering she said let them eat cake. Where is the world heading too here in Pakistan. Total Madness. Please don’t become like Somalia.
I think the situation in Pakistan is sad. But do you expect millions to stop living their life? Events are celebrities bread and butter. And honestly people died and you have time to come online and comment on their photos? Why don’t you go protest or something?
All these show offs need to be lynched for their life styles. With all the events – all tragic or important to place our country at the cross roads for some major shake over, these human figures seem to be devoid of any humane quality. Now they will hide behind the slogan”That life must move on”
Spit on their faces if u walk by them. I will
Selfishness at its peak! History is repeating itself!! These were, are and will be the reasons behind the downfall of nations. History is full of such examples where elites enjoy their lives while the poor shed their blood. These self loving people do not wake up until death/adversity knocks at their doors.
It was this self loving attitude of the elites which caused fall of Baghdad and which has weakened the roots of the Muslim Ummah do deep that even after eons it is still striving to regain its lost strength but in vain.
May Allah have mercy on us..ameen!
Pl read my last line. U have repeated the same. Correct codduct at the appropiate times is what is an acceptable norm.
@SB: It’s totally pathetic to just say that events are celebrities bread and butter!!
How many of these people in the pictures are so called celebrities? They are elite of Pakistan who couldn’t care less if the whole country was on fire, at least they get to wear their face paintings and a new dress everyday. People are protesting all over Pakistan and creating awareness online through social media etc. It’s time you stopped defending the criminal silence of these elite and start facing the reality in Swat or Quetta or Karachi.
It is so very convenient to loathe and hate the so-called ‘elites’ or those who are better off, because ‘they are rich, wealthy and powerful’ is that all the reason we have to hate them? Just because they are better than us, financially? that itself is not allowed in Islam, if people are dying, it is not their but the state’s responsibility to ensure that we are all protected. the onus should not lie on them just because they are rich. and if they don’t choose to do anything at all, it just means that they don’t have a conscience and if they don’t, I believe it is a rather personal and not a public matter. Live and let live
@Faris: IT’S NOT A PERSONAL MATTER!! PERIOD! No one is hating them for their money, that’s a naive assumption which is completly rubbish.
The whole point of the argument is that if we are a nation bond together by a common destiny then people cannot live in isolation and not have a conscience. Get it?
Bravo. Basic common sense in face of current situation.
Why show contempt towards these people?They have worked hard for their money.They are minding their own business. How do you know that they did not donate to charity?
@stranger. You can donate at some other time. I have nothing against people who work hard and become rich. Just at this moment totally inappropriate. I think people in Pakistan especially the elite need to be sensitive and have diplomacy skills as they don’t live in a bubble. One should be sensitive to the needs of the masses shall we say. For example when Princess Mary got married in Denmark the masses were saying let us have some of the celebration food left over after this historic marriage with a commoner. The Queen is so sensible, she said no because she did not want the masses to feel bad.
@stranger: Your IQ must be in the single digits if you think that giving to charity and minding their own business is enough.
i think this in not an appropiate time to show off when the country is facing such a worst situation.
our country is in the hands of america due to imf.what would you expect to do? show off ur money among thoes who live around you to create divisions in society.
teach you photographer how to take shots..
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