Fashion Times Magazine brings you a roundup of everything interesting that happened over the week.
Pakistan’s Magnum Opus ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ Release Cancelled In India
The “Legend of Maula Jatt”, starring Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan, was scheduled for release on December 30, according to announcements made by multiplex chains INOX and PVR. “The distributor has conveyed that the release of the film in India has now been postponed indefinitely, and we have not been given any new date or the reason for stalling the release,” a spokesperson for INOX told The Indian Express.
Speaking exclusively to CNN, about the possibility of Maula Jatt’s release in India Fawad Khan told CNN, “That would be great, obviously. If it were to happen, it’s a great way to handshake. It is kind of like those sweets and delights we send across to one another on Eid and Diwali. Films and music is that kind of exchange. But things are a bit heated still, let’s see. I’ve heard it may release and it may not. So, let us see.”
Veteran actor Firdous Jamal Presented Rs. 10m For His Cancer Treatment
Adviser to Prime Minister on Political Affairs, National Heritage and Culture Division Engr Amir Muqam, on behalf of the prime minister, presented a cheque of Rs10 million to veteran actor Firdous Jamal as financial assistance to battle cancer from “The Federal Government Artists Welfare Fund” at his residence. He assured every assistance to the ailing artist for his medical treatment.
Nida Yasir Breaks Silence Over Backlash For Inviting Viral Internet Sensation
TV show host appeared on Express TV’s The Talk Talk Show with Hassan Choudary where she spoke about the backlash she received for inviting Ayesha a girl who went viral for her dance on Lata Mangeshkar’s ‘Mera Dil Ye Pukary Aaja’ remix. “Not everyone’s going to like you — be it your day-to-day life, people in school, college or university. Either you have proper friends or people who simply don’t like you. It’s [a] part of life and you cannot make everyone happy. I saw this tweet by Shafaat when I called that famous TikToker Ayesha on my show and everyone came for me for not [inviting] those who have gotten a medal for something or someone with a list of achievements,” she said.
‘I had the most amazing time working in India’ Says Mahira Khan
Mahira Khan, who made her Bollywood debut with superstar Shah Rukh Khan in ‘Raees’ recently revealed why she couldn’t do more Bollywood projects amid tensions between India and Pakistan. During a conversation with Variety, “I had the most amazing time working in India. I am still in touch with so many people and there’s a lot of love there. Unfortunately, we are easy targets, soft targets, whether it’s us here in Pakistan, whether it’s them there in India,” she said.
Sarwat Gilani Reveals Her Process Of Choosing Scripts
If there’s one thing she knows for sure, it’s how to galvanise the screen. And very few do it better than Sarwat Gilani. From Saiqa, Dil-e-Muztar, Aahista Aahista to Churails and Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam and Joyland, her diverse portfolio is all in a day’s work for the actress. She does it all with supreme ease. Just like that. And it begs the question. Is there anything she can’t do? Sarwat explained her reasons for only approving projects that speak to her. “When you come into the industry, you get to do roles that are very much prevalent and part of existing narratives on television and cinema. Everyone goes through that process. When I was at that point, I thought that the ring is too small for me, so I felt that I should explore other areas of storytelling as well.” she said
Cricketer Shahid Afridi’s Eldest Daughter Ties The Knot
It’s raining weddings. Shahid Afridi’s daughter Aqsa married Naseer Nasir in an intimate Nikah ceremony. Also present at the event was future son-in-law Shaheen Shah Afridi along with Shahid’s family and close friends. The vibrant e-invite has been circulating on social media featuring the couple in white and yellow-themed clothes.