Filmmaker Alankrita Shrivastava and co-producers Vikas Sharma and Sunny Khanna, have acquired the rights to 'The Sensational Life and Death of Qandeel Baloch' by Sanam Maher, a book published by Aleph.
Singer Rabi Pirzada announced on Monday that she will parting ways with Pakistani entertainment industry following the controversy that engulfed social media recently over her leaked private photos and videos.
The Punjab Wildlife Protection and Parks Department has initiated legal action against singer-turned-host Rabi Pirzada for keeping exotic animals including an alligator, four pythons and snakes as pets at her beauty salon in the city of Lahore.
Twitterati have showed their support to the actress and a special hashtag #westandwithrabipirzada was also created.
One user said: "Guys please avoid tweeting about or sharing Rabi Pirzada's video leak. It can have a negative effect on her..."
"The Central Board of Film Censors has notified the filmmakers not to release the film and decided to approach the Council of Islamic Ideology to deliberate over the matter,” Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan tweeted.
Addressing the launching ceremony in Islamabad, Imran said that e-passport carries various forms of security checks, adding that such extension of benefits to the overseas Pakistanis will ultimately benefit the country.
Bollywood, and Pakistani celebrities took to social media and extended heartfelt wishes to fans, followers.
Lata Mangeshkar death shook many music fans in both India, where she was from, and Pakistan, where she had a massive fan following. Among her many fans are Pakistan's celebrities.
The debut screening of Pakistan's first entry to the Cannes Film Festival felt like "a dream has come true," one of its stars Sarwat Gilani said after the film — which seeks to break gender stereotypes in her country — received a prolonged standing ovation.