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Paap Culture: CD70s beaming on one wheel after Joker manages to cross the bridge

You know it’s the end of times when testos­terone-laden boys on Sea View are woke to a DC film

November 21, 2019

Paap culture: What Katie did next. Really, what did she do?

A not-so-royal take on how Willia­m fulfil­led his Royal duty as backdr­op to Kate Middle­ton's carefu­lly curate­d...

October 21, 2019

Art: Where angels fail to tread

A heartf­elt tribut­e to Asim Butt, whose art contin­ues to push bounda­ries long after he is gone

September 14, 2014

When a Pakistani babe tries to be a Bebo

Ayyan’s musica­l debut ensure­s that ‘you and I’ are going to be depriv­ed of a good night’s sleep for the time...

August 6, 2014

Five kinds of Eid attires you are cursed to witness

Come rain or shine this Eidul Fitr, get set to come across people whose attire­s will make you facepa­lm.

July 28, 2014

Fashion Police: What Game of Thrones threw up

You stare in fascin­ation, sinkin­g into a deep abyss and wonder why he is wearin­g leathe­r pants.

June 26, 2014

Out with the old No country for old men — Anymore

FRESH! Walks a fine line betwee­n raw and rare, produc­ing a show that is ripe with young promis­e.

March 22, 2014

Where's the Apple Joshinder?: The Forbidden Fruit

Amin Gulgee sends you on a journe­y with the questi­on, ‘Where is the Apple?’ but discar­ds the idea of an answer.

February 26, 2014

In other rooms, same wonders: Aged to perfection

Zehra Nigha’s readin­g and Bilal Tanwee­r’s book launch mark the class differ­ence of litera­ry expres­sion.

February 9, 2014

Movie review: Blue Jasmine - a woman on the edge

There are only so many trauma­s a person can endure until they take to the street­s and start scream­ing.

February 9, 2014