Nabila is an award winning stylist. She knows her game and knows what to do with a face. Makeup and lipsticks are an integral part of a woman’s life. So Nabila gave some tips on a show that how can you make your lipstick stand out. From shades to lining to colour choices she explained all. Watch and get some makeup inspiration and fashion tips from the one who is undoubtedly at the top of her game:
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Saba Qamar is being appreciated for her performance in her Bollywood debut flick Hindi Medium. The film has earned Rs 12.56 crore over the weekend across the border.
According to a report from FHM Pakistan, Saba Qamar has been flooded with numerous Bollywood projects after her brilliant performance in Hindi Medium. Seems like, Bollywood has a discerning eye towards Pakistani talent.
The report also states that Saba Qamar said, “For now I want to see how successful this project goes. ‘Hindi Medium’ was a big challenge for me but I learned a lot from the talented Bollywood actors acting opposite me.”
Hindi Medium focuses on Saba Qamar and Irrfan Khan’s characters, a couple who is on a quest to get their daughter admitted to a posh school. Saba has outdone herself as a dominating wife in Hindi Medium.
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Mawra Hocane is a name synonymous with talent, glamour and liveliness. The diva made her Bollywood debut at a very young age and has charmed us yet again with her acting in Sammi.
Speaking to the Images Mawra said, “I believe in finishing what I start; not being able to do that makes me feel weak. As to why I chose to go back to studying [when she already has a blossoming acting career], I have never considered studies as a means to obtain a job. For me education is all about knowledge. While I polish my career, I want to polish my intelligence as well.”
Back in 2014 she had enrolled in an LLB programme but after being offered the lead role in Bollywood flick Sanam Teri Kasam, Mawra decided to take a break from her studies. Now, however, she has planned to finish her degree.
“Before taking up law, I studied medicine for six months and then tried my hand at fashion designing for another six months. I wanted to find something that excited me. Finally, it was law that captured my interest,” said the actor.
“The last year, my study schedule revolved around my work schedule. These past couple of months, leading up till May (her first Law exam) my work schedule will revolve around my study schedule,” she added.
When asked that wouldn’t it hinder the shoot of her drama Sammi?
She explained: “For instance I am shooting a spell of Sammi next week for which I have to miss classes, which I will eventually need to make up for by studying extra. Shoots for campaigns/TVCs are planned for weekends so I don’t have to miss too many classes.”
“It’s a complicated process to manage all of this but I feel I have the ability to do 48 hours of work in 24 hours,” she said. “I don’t want to waste my life by being lazy. Just today my class got cancelled and I was so upset! I want to make the most out of it.”
“I want young girls and boys to utilise themselves to their full potential,” she added. “Do not follow anyone else’s opinion of your capabilities; find for yourself what you’re passionate about and chase it!” she said.
The evergreen film actress of yesteryear Shabnam is back in Pakistan for Karachi Press Club. While Shabnam is not working in local cinemas anymore but she can still break a million hearts with her smile and charishma.
One of the celebrated actress of 70’s is highly overwhelmed with the love she’s receiving from Pakistan which she considers as a home. When asked if she’ll like to work in Pakistani films once again, the Bangladeshi actress replied that she’s willing to work in Pakistani cinemas again. “Artists and sportspersons cannot be held back by borders. We build bridges for friendships. I was in Pakistan over four years ago, in 2012, and I was surprised that even the younger generation here knew about me. They wanted me to do films here, and quite frankly I have no issues with that,” she said, adding that if she finds good roles specially written with her in mind, she was definitely going to think about it.
She gave Pakistani cinema the most significant years of her life and will always be an important part of the industry. It will be great to see her back in the films, which will also promote better relationships with Bangladesh.
Pakistani actress Saba Qamar, who will make her Bollywood debut with Irrfan Khan in Hindi Medium, in a jovial mode, made fun of Indian stars like Salman Khan and Hrithik Roshan on a talk show.
Defending it, she says it was all in good fun. When IANS contacted Saba, she said over phone: “It was a fun show… There was nothing in it… ‘Koffee With Karan’ mein kya kuchh nahi hota (What all does not happen on ‘Koffee With Karan’)… I love everyone, and he’s (Salman) a big superstar and so humble. Why would I say anything bad about him?”
A video of Saba at a morning show while talking about Bollywood stars, is doing the rounds on social media platforms and is creating buzz.
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Campaigns celebrating feminism are being used by brands to advertise everything from deodorant to designer clothes. And it’s a theme which, if executed right, can resonate well with audiences both female and male alike.
A very interesting campaign by Gul Ahmed Fashion, about breaking stereotypes and being comfortable in your own skin is absolutely amazing. Fashion statements in recent times are surely developing for good. Girls, be proud and stand out!
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