Zehra Bokhari, Saqib Malik, Atiya Khan and Shehla Chatoor. Zong holds a New Year party in Karachi. PHOTO COURTESY CATALYST PR & MARKETING
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Seriously change your photographer…s/he makes look even genuinely good looking people so ugly.
@The Only Normal Person Here.:
Well I have the entirely different opinion.
bit eyelash work :) ….rest is gr8 ;)
whatay qauid’s pakistan “mashallah”
Fake world have Fake expressions, all will be dead one day and will give answer to Allah what kind of dress they weared n for what…
You should see pictures of the parties Quaid attended while at Lincoln’s Inn.
So not the red carpet, all imposters nothing genuine, fake looks and styles never appeal. An eastern dress properly carried out would look much more attractive and eye catching than these copied western designed dresses. Why we always have to be puppets in following whatever is imposed on us in the name of fashion?
is it just me or did someone else also see the coke bottle in one of the pictures? Pepsi seriously?
The kind of parties Quaid attended hold hardly any value to the work he later did in his life. He did more than any Muslim of that time could do for the spread of Islam: by creating a nation for the people to live as free and independent people. Never, Never say a word about Jinnah who gave his life to this country, or point fingers at what he did or where he went.
They should eat less,
Not surprising to see comments that are criticizing the way people have dressed in some of the photos. Three words, Don’t be Jealous Yo !
So what mister. This doesn’t change the past. And since when we are following Quaid for the way we live our lives????? He created Pakistan and thats it, we acknowledge him what he did and we are thankful. But we can’t follow each and everything our elders taught us. They didn’t follow what their forefathers taught them to do. So why there is an obligation for us to follow? Its our life and we know it better how to live. 50 years old people didn’t know anything about internet or media. Same as we don’t know what’s coming up in the next 50 years. Is ki adat daal lo bhai. Our children will follow their lives and will not follow us too. Its the best way we can live together without criticizing others and peacefully.
@Asif just got owned by @Em
The way you are thinking shows you don’t have any knowledge about Islam and Quran. Or may be you are not a Muslim. What Quran says abouts non-Muslims of past exactly reflect your thoughts. “We follow our forefathers”,”we don’t follow our forefathers”….The thoughts of Kuffaar. The point is, if you are Muslim then why not follow Islam which can never ever gets old.
wow that girl is so hot..
Typical example of freedom being sanctioned very late in life. Normally parties like these and with such attitudes (like pout faces, and group photos with weird expressions) are teens prerogative. Its sort of not fitting right if you are over 40s and pouting.
@Asif I want to see them.
I don’t understand why people care so much about how people dress or live in this country. People keep citing the Quran, the Hadith and certain people have even accused anyone disagreeing with them of being ‘non-Muslim’.
As far as I’m concerned, these people can live as they wish to live, and you are free to live as you wish to live. There is absolutely no compulsion with respect to ‘dress’ in Islam – if anything, the whole concept of modesty in Islam is beyond something as superficial as dress. If you can’t control yourself when looking at the picture of a woman who shows a little bit of skin, or a little bit of hair, then what does that say of your thoughts?
Furthermore, it is hugely ironic that the Muslims of the past, the alma mater of Aligarh Muslim University and the founders of Pakistan were in practice far more liberal, and arguably more broad-minded than the coterie of petty-minded fools we see today. What a shame, people worry about clothes here, while in other countries, people worry about curing cancer, or advancing space travel.
You better give a link to those pictures. Can’t find any .
After reading all the comments, all i can say “we, the confused people. We are like people who are walking on a clueless path”.
What ever these people do is their business and they will be answerable for that (good or bad). This is a democratic country and everyone has right to say/do what they want to say/do (within limits of course). It’s your choice whether you want to follow them or not.
our dear “Concerned” is a total NUT!!!
No more words for suchRecommend
@Saima: Please enlighten me madam, did I say something wrong? I see many Pakistani men staring at women even if they’re wearing the Burqa, and yet those same men will give whole sermons on modesty. I am absolutely not defending these elitists’ lifestyles, they look superficial and tacky, but they have that right, no? Or should we form little morality brigades and control how people live? On a side note, who are these people?
She is daughter of DR. SHIREEN MAZARI. ex member of PTI
OMG Iman mazari ! Genuinely she is not that beautiful but she looks great in this pic.
Everyone has a right to wear what they want if they like western stuff so whats the problem?
Quaid wanted this to be a free state he did not want it to be a conservative country like Saudi Arabia
They are free to wear what they want we do not allow any kind of liberalism in our country and always abuse liberals and always say its an ” ISLAMIC COUNTRY” and always try to impose our hijab rules on them so if they have a place to do what they want and feel free so whats wrong? anyways its their problem to answer Allah why are you so worried?!
Why you worry about other people, just figure out what you would reply to Allah.
its the party of liberal, democratic west imprisoned minds freedom at its peak, so finding a coke bottle in the Pepsi gala is no surprise..Recommend
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