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  • The quest for peace begins

    November 23, 2013 12:19 PM 8

    KARACHI: The three-day Pursukoon Karachi project, an initiative of Koel Gallery, formally commenced at the Arts Council auditorium on Friday afternoon. A series of programmes were lined up for the day including an art-related panel discussion, a vocal recital, a dramatic reading session, and interactive public art and graffiti projects. Addressing the audience

  • Kareena Kapoor says Saif hardly watches Hindi films; they don’t attend ’typical’ Bollywood parties

    November 23, 2013 11:38 AM 20

    According to Indian media reports Bollywood starlet Kareena Kapoor has revealed that her husband Saif Ali Khan doesn’t watch much Bollywood films. "Saif hardly sees any Hindi movie. He acts in Hindi movies but he doesn't watch them. He doesn't know anything about what films I am going to do. He has never asked me about what film I am doing or whom I am working

  • Pursukoon Karachi: Come one, come all

    November 23, 2013 8:54 AM 10

    The three-day festiv­al will take place at the Arts Counci­l, NAPA and Cantt Statio­n . Emotional speeches, envisioning a peaceful Karachi, kicked off the three-day cultural festival, Pursukoon Karachi, at the Karachi Arts Council and National Academy of Performing Arts simultaneously on Friday. “Pursukoon Karachi is a fresh breeze in this suffocating

  • Saif Ali Khan always wanted to play a gangster

    November 23, 2013 8:44 AM 9

    Actor says he is glad to be part of Bullet Raja. MUMBAI: Bollywood’s resident nawab Saif Ali Khan, who plays a gangster named Raja Mishra in the forthcoming film Bullett Raja, says he always wanted to play such a character. “After many years, I got the chance to play a character which is very different from me. I always wanted to play a gangster,” the 43 year old said at a promotional

  • Saif Ali Khan

    November 23, 2013 4:18 AM 12

    Mumbai: Actor Saif Ali Khan, who locked lips with co-stars in 'Hum Tum' and 'Salaam Namaste', believes Indian movies can do without kissing scenes as it doesn't "suit us". During a conversation on TV chat show 'The Front Row', host Anupama Chopra asked Saif about a statement that he and his now wife Kareena Kapoor gave before marriage - about a commitment

  • Open for business: Cairo travel advice relaxed so British tourists can return to city

    November 23, 2013 2:19 AM 26

    British tourists can return to Cairo and the Pyramids at Giza after the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) relaxed its travel advice. Travellers were previously advised against all but essential travel to the Egyptian capital, following months of violent protests. The decision is welcome news for Egypt tour operators, who can once again start selling

  • Waheed Murad remembered on his death anniversary

    November 22, 2013 9:27 PM 23

    ISLAMABAD: Legendary Pakistani film actor, producer and script writer Waheed Murad was remembered on his 30th death anniversary on Saturday. Waheed Murad was born on October 2, 1938 in Sialkot. He was the only child of well-off film distributor Nisar Murad. He got early education from Karachi Grammar School, did graduation from S.M. Arts College Karachi

  • Movie Review: Thor: The Dark World

    November 22, 2013 9:27 PM 72

    Neglecting Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespearean turn from the last “Thor”, “The Dark World” settles for tourist spots, alien locales and a lot of popcorn selling action. The villains are dark elves (led by an unrecognizable Christopher Eccleston in distempered make-up, a pair of jutted stick-on ears and a laced ponytail), who get up from their eon long hibernation

  • Space Hulk sees two new campaigns emerge from its air vents

    November 22, 2013 5:29 PM 27

    Full Control have had a really rough time of it year, after discovering that they’d signed on not to write a game adaptation of ‘60s sci-fi erotica classic Space Hunk as they’d thought - but instead acquired a license for some manky old board game. They’ve made the best of it, though, releasing Space Hulk in August to polite applause everywhere but PCGamesN

  • Watch it to unwind after a long day at work

    November 22, 2013 5:28 PM 11

    The only thing older than the protagonists in Last Vegas are the jokes that the film's makers come up with. This predictable comedy about four seniors who head to Sin City for one memorable weekend has a moldy, formulaic feel to it, what with all the repeated references to hip surgeries and hemorrhoids and Viagra. But the veteran stars appear to be having