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Fans take a dig at Mahira Khan’s shoes

It all started when Mahira posted a photograph on the photo-sharing app while flaunting her casual look with metallic black loafers. The post was captioned, “We ll just stick to no filters for this photo since you ve never had any with me.” Mixed reactions were witnessed on the post with heart, angry and laughing emojis targeting her all at …

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Blondie backs experimental eco-fashion in London show

Blondie star Debbie Harry took to the London catwalk Monday to support sustainably fabrics created by VIN + OMI, designers experimenting with everything from environmentally-friendly latex to leather-style mushrooms. Draped in a golden gown and flanked by the design duo, wearing hoodies reading “Stop fucking the planet”, singer Harry said the world had reached a “tipping point” and desperately needed …

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Priyanka Chopra learns to write her name in Arabic

International famed Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra visited Syrian refugee children in Jordan, who were displaced because of the civil war. The Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF has also learnt to write her name in Arabic language while she also taught the children to write their names in English.

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Monster success of “It” feeds primal fear of clowns

The big-screen remake of Stephen King’s “It,” starring the evil entity Pennywise, has smashed box office records and reaffirmed an age-old rule of horror: clowns are creepy as hell. But while countless movies and television shows have cashed in on so-called “coulrophobia” — or fear of clowns — the primal dread associated with the long-shoed entertainers probably isn’t Hollywood’s fault. …

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Rihanna headlines NY Fashion Week day four

Barbadian superstar Rihanna brought much needed oomph to New York Fashion Week Sunday, with motorcycle stunt riders soaring over giant pink sand dunes in her latest fashion collaboration for Puma. After spending the last two season in Paris, the 29-year-old hitmaker brought her spring 2018 collection back to the US cultural capital in a look more sporty than ever, waving …

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Film on Pakistani girl wows audience at Toronto film festival

Pakistani-Norwegian actor-director Iram Haq s much talked-about film “What People Will Say” wowed audience at its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. This emotionally gripping family drama reminds one of the 1983 Bollywood movie “Log Kya Kahenge” (What People Will Think), in which Shabana Azmi plays the role of a young woman who is forced into marriage with …

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Sangeeta lauds youth for restoration of film industry

Veteran film star and director Sangeeta said Pakistani film industry was making progress after joining the educated youth and talented people. Talking to APP here on Sunday, she said it was a good omen that talented youth had joined the film industry who were working hard for its rehabilitation. She said new actors were doing very well and advised them …

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Indian actor of American descent Tom Alter diagnosed with stage 4 cancer

Bollywood actor of American descent Tom Alter was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai after diagnosed with stage four skin cancer. The report was confirmed b his son Jamie Alter. “It is what is called a squamous cell carcinoma (a type of skin cancer). It is a relapse of the same thing which had happened last year and unfortunately, for …

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5th episode of Coke Studio 10 to be release with four songs today

Fifth episode of Coke Studio season 10 is all set to be released with four songs today (Friday). Pakistani famous singer Shafqat Amanat Ali will be seen paying tribute to poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz with his song ‘Bol’ whereas international famed Rahat Ali Khan and Sahir Ali Bagga will be performing song ‘Rangrez’. Legendary folk singer Attaullah Esakhelvi and his …

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Afghanistan’s lost movies, hidden from the Taliban, go digital

When the Taliban charged in to Afghanistan’s state-run film company in the mid-1990s intent on destroying all the movies, Habibullah Ali risked everything to save them. He hid thousands of reels of footage showcasing Afghanistan’s rich cultural history, knowing that if the Taliban found out he faced certain death. “We did not expect to leave for our homes that day …

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