An engaging story of a young village girl unwilling to be chained in archaic notions of honour and respectability
Haroon Akhtar’s debut novel is the complex story of a conflicted person on a quest for self-expression
Blood Brothers, Dawar Lashari’s adaptation of the longest running West End musical by the same name, should win the much-loved William Russell...
Haroon Khalid turns attention to Lahore, retelling its past by situating it in the present landscape in a book that has a constant undercurrent of...
Grief, anger, and resignation all coalesce in Olomopolo’s new theatre play, Chup, which tackles the controversial issue of ‘missing persons’
With the mounting of Mushk, Olomopolo proved its claims of showcasing a unique experience to theatre audiences in Pakistan
A space-age novel that sneaks in clues to its author’s Pakistani identity without going overboard: perfect
If you are looking to stay clear of crowds heading to popular tourist destinations during summer holidays, go off-road cycling
An effort to discuss the loopholes in Pakistani criminal justice system through narrating real life stories on radio
Neil Simon’s American comedy is adapted into Urdu and repackaged with contemporary ‘desi’ jokes, in Dil e Nadaan