‘Documentary-making is a spiritual journey for me’: Jawad Sharif | Art & Culture | thenews.com.pk

‘Documentary-making is a spiritual journey for me’: Jawad Sharif | Art & Culture | thenews.com.pk

Jawad Sharif’s Indus Blues is one of the nine documentaries to be screened at DAP’s Chalta Phirta Documentary Festival this year. It comes across as a work that is as morose as it is beautiful and informative. Exuding a somberness with plaintive music sequences running in the background, the documentary film takes you on a … Read more

Liam Hemsworth loses millions following divorce from Miley Cyrus

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Sputnik 10:40 AM | November 25, 2020 The Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth sold the estate he shared with Miley Cyrus in California’s Malibu foothills for $3.6 million – a little more than half the price he had paid for it in 2014. Back then, Australian actor spent $6.8 million on the 7.4-acre property that … Read more

I duly apologise: Karan Johar to Madhur Bhandarkar for using registered name

I duly apologise: Karan Johar to Madhur Bhandarkar for using registered name

Indian film director Karan Johar has apologised to film director Madhur Bhandarkar for slightly changing and using a title that the latter already owns. Karan’s upcoming Netflix show The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives drew parallels with Madhur’s registered title Bollywood Wives. The revelation left Madhur deeply upset causing Karan to apologise. “I humbly apologise … Read more

Louvre offers virtual ´tete-a-tete´ with the Mona Lisa

Louvre offers virtual ´tete-a-tete´ with the Mona Lisa

PARIS: The Mona Lisa is a singular sensation at the Louvre´s upcoming retrospective of Leonardo da Vinci, starring in a virtual reality experience because she cannot appear in person. Organisers of the blockbuster show featuring 11 of the Renaissance master´s paintings decided to leave the masterpiece in its usual home, the Salle des Etats, fearing … Read more

Harry Styles earns Grammy Award nomination for first time

Harry Styles earns Grammy Award nomination for first time

The announcement of the list of nominations for the 2021 Grammy Awards  unfolded an exciting revelation for British singer Harry Styles  as he earned his first nomination. Styles managed to enter the categories for Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Pop Solo Performance for Watermelon Sugar and Best Music Video for Adore You. He is the … Read more

SP Balasubrahmanyam: The voice of the South | Art & Culture | thenews.com.pk

SP Balasubrahmanyam: The voice of the South | Art & Culture | thenews.com.pk

SP Balasubrahmanyam was a musician, playback singer, music director, a dubbing artist and a film producer, who worked predominantly in Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam films. He made a huge contribution to the music of south India so that his contributions may not have been noticed by those who are more nurtured in the intonation … Read more

Victoria Beckham goes for 70s style as she models from her fashion range

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islamabad   –  She’s been keeping her fans entertained by showcasing various work from home looks during the Covid-19 lockdown. And Victoria Beckham nailed 70s inspired glamour on Monday as she modelled an outfit from her new Spring/Summer 2021 collection.  The fashion designer, 46, rocked a colorful striped knitted jumper and flared blue jeans as she … Read more

Prince William congratulates Covid-19 vaccine researchers for discoveries

Prince William congratulates Covid-19 vaccine researchers for discoveries

Prince William lauded the efforts of researchers at the University of Oxford for their discoveries for an effective Covid-19 vaccine. He was in a video call with Andy Pollard (professor of Paediatric Infection and Immunity), Sarah Gilbert (professor of Vaccinology) and Louise Richardson (vice chancellor of the university). In their conversation, the trio shared that … Read more

Eye of the beholder: Exhibition at Museum Rietberg, Zurich, maps various approaches towards Indian art | Art & Culture | thenews.com.pk

Eye of the beholder: Exhibition at Museum Rietberg, Zurich, maps various approaches towards Indian art | Art & Culture | thenews.com.pk

‘View of Dwarka’ Jaipur 1850-1975. In art, perspective is perhaps the biggest and most successful lie that we believe in. The conflict between our vision and knowledge becomes obvious when we, say, reduce the height, width and precision of distant poles of a bridge while drawing them on a piece of paper. Knowing full well … Read more