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New Year Resolution 2019



Chandni Ikhlas
(Editor at large The Daily Paperazzi): “Spread more love and kindness, and that’s a resolution we can all keep.”
Ali Rehman
(Actor): Instead of making a resolution, I just plan to get into 2019 full throttle and see what the year throws my way !!
Anusheh Asad:
“My new years resolution seriously need to be to take more pictures!! I’ve always been so lazy about taking pictures, specially my own. So there, that’s my new years resolution then!! Hope I follow through.”
(Model): My new year resolution is to be more social with friends and family! Even though I’ve enjoyed spending more time with ME.. I think this next year time around colleagues, friends, and family would be a good idea.
(Actor): Spend more time with my family.
Junaid Khan
(Actor): To be a better version of myself. Contribute in anyway possible towards giving awareness about how important human life is.
Mehek Saeed
(Stylist): #SelfLav in the words of baji.
Meher Tareen
(Publishing Editor Paperazzi): To be kinder to myself.
Mohsin Khawar
(Photographer): Be more kind, more generous, more real and travel more!
(Actor): Nowadays everyone is so hooked to their phones that they are almost addicted to it and often happen to miss out on life’s precious little things happening around them. Since I prefer living in the moment, my resolution for the coming year is to focus less on the digital screen and more on the world and the beauty it beholds in every moment.
Seyham Vahidy
(Publicist): I would like to treasure and celebrate precious relationships ❤ with my closest family and friends and be kind to my self so that I am much more kinder to others.
Shahroz Tariq
(Social Correspondent The Daily Paperazzi):
My new year resolution Is to live, love and go with the flow.
Sidra Iqbal:
To love myself unconditionally and uphold my boundaries unapologetically. It is my absolute resolve to cut of toxic people who dont build but break me. It is essential to creating a life of joy and fulfilment.
Simi Raheal
(Actor): Today I will be my finest ….this moment is the most important.
Sophiya Khan
(Influencer): My New Years Resolution is to give myself more time by slowing things down a little ✨ Life is a beautiful journey that shouldn’t be missed by moving too fast. I hope to spend more time with my family & more time focused on self awareness.
(Musician): Keeping doing what we love … giving our fans some great music!!
Tajwar Chaudhry
(Managing Editor Daily Paperazzi): To jump out of my comfort zone and be more accepting towards opportunities that come my way. This year I want to do anything and everything I want, free from the judgment of the world.
Wahaj Ali
(Actor): New year is the time to make some new changes and setting some goals, my resolution for this year is to accept yourself as you are.. as you see self acceptance is really important..just live your life, have as much faith as you’s okay to be afraid, to be depress but talk to someone, take help, don’t let the fear to prevent you from moving forward, seek outside help.. breath it and let it go… Take care of each other specially those who are fighting a battle inside them… Be there for someone!! Life is precious so have faith and keep spreading love.
Yashma Gill
(Actor): That as an inspirational figure, I inspire people in ways that can help them be the best version of themselves.
Zubab Rana
My resolution for 2019 will be to immediately tackle things once I find fault or any lacking.

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13 Reasons to be proud of Pakistan and its people



On this day in 1940, the Lahore Resolution was passed and then on 23rd March 1956, Pakistan was declared the first Islamic Republic in the world. So this Pakistan Day we rounded up 13 reasons why we are extremely proud of our country and our people

  1. Nine Pakistanis Made It To The Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Asia List. 

Pakistan often gets the raw end of the deal when it comes to international media coverage, but these men and women made us super proud when they were featured in Forbes Magazine. Among the 9 was also Momina Mustehsan. The others include Muhammad Asad Raza, Abrahim Shaha, Muhammad Shaheer Niazi, Adnan Shaffi, Adeel Shaffi, Sadia Bashir, Hamza Farrukh, Syed Faizan Hussain.

2. The first mechanical heart transplant took place in Karachi

Dr. Pervez Chaudhry led the first successful mechanical heart transplant in Pakistan making it a huge step forward for medicine in the country. Now people won’t have to fly abroad making it accessible to so many people.

3. Billion Tree Tsunami

Our Prime Minister Imran Khan spare-headed the project and we have successfully planted 1 Billion trees in Pakistan, making it a huge step towards saving the environment.

4. Launching of two indigenously manufactured satellites

Two indigenously-built satellites PRSS-1 and PakTES-1A were launched from Jiuquan Satellite Centre in China. They will help Pakistan in mapping the land and making planning concerning natural disasters.

5. The Armed Forces.

Let us take a moment to appreciate our army. Especially since tensions have risen between Pakistan and India, our armed forces have fought valiantly and they are the reason we sleep peacefully in our homes at night. Salute!

6. Send Abhinandan home

The Pakistani people including public figures spoke up for the fair treatment of Indian Air Force Pilot Abhinandan Varthaman after his capture by the Pakistan army. It was made obvious that we wanted to treat him with dignity and PM Imran Khan took the right decision when he sent him back home.

7. Mahirah Khan was welcomed at the Google and Facebook headquarters.

This superstar went to raise funds for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, as a part of her campaign for the awareness of Breast Cancer in Pakistan.

8. Fakhr-E-Alam’s Tour Around The World In 28 Days.

Fakhr-e-Alam became the first Pakistani to circumnavigate the globe in his solo flight around the world in 28 days. He did this to raise funds for his charity organization I Care Foundation, which also helps other NGOs in the country.

9. Country’s first visually impaired judge 

Yousaf Saleem became the first visually impaired judge in Pakistan on June 26 this 2018. While he was dropped earlier for his disability, he was reconsidered and recommended for the position of the civil judge after intervention by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar.

10. We made it to the Filmfare Awards Middle East

The two superstars of our entertainment industry made us all proud when they represented Pakistan in the Filmfare Middle East awards.

11. We also made it to Hollywood

Laraib Atta, daughter of Attaullah Khan Essa Khelvi, began her career in Hollywood as Pakistan’s youngest and exceptional VFX artist at the age of 19. Her work featured in popular movies such as 10,000 BC, The Chronicles of Narnia, Prince of Persia, Godzilla and X-Men: Days of Future Past. She has been a part of commercials and TV series, along with feature films.

12. Cricket is back in Karachi

PSL took place in Karachi over a span of 8 days and the people welcomed it. There was a time that Karachi had become so dangerous that having a cricket team play there could have jeopardized their safety. It is safe to say that the revival of cricket in Karachi has begun.

13. We have the 7th largest collection of scientists in the world.

Nergis Mavalvala, a Pakistani-American astrophysicist from Karachi working at the MIT, the US as Associate Head, Physics proving with fellow scientists in 2016 the existence of gravitational waves for the first time in history. 

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These films will make you regain your faith in Pakistani Cinema – Must watch in March



Laal Kabootar

Starring in the lead roles Mansha Pasha and Ahmed Ali Akbar, Laal Kabootar is a Kamal Khan directorial venture that has made waves ever since it rolled.

In the movie, actress Mansha Pasha plays the role of Aliya Malik who is a strong-headed to the point of being stubborn. Her world turns upside down, she chooses to put up a fight even though her life is on the line.
The movie isn’t only an impressive visual experience but iyts sound and production design is superb.


There has to be at least one patriotic film in the list of Pakistani movies, 2019. Sherdil is a tribute to Pakistan Air Force (PAF). The focus has shifted from the Army to PAF after Parwaaz Hai Junoon (2018).

Sherdil is written to appeal to a wide audience with a mix of patriotism, action, romance, humour and music. The movie is set during the 1965 war. Sherdil cast includes Mikaal Zulifkar who plays a pilot and Armeena Rana Khan as the female lead. Other actors Sabeeka Imam, Laila Zuberi, Belal Shahid and Hassan Niaz are also part of this film.

Project Ghazi

One film that we are really looking forward to is, Project Ghazi, as it is Pakistan’s first ever superhero film and would prove to be another upcoming big project for Pakistani cinema. 

This star-studded film will be featuring Humayun Saeed, Sheharyar Munawar and Syra Shehroze are in lead roles. It had a premiere two years back but since it wasn’t complete, it’s release was postponed and now it is all set to blow you away.

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Summer hair trends that you NEED to try!



We rounded up some of our favourite looks for summer 2019! Whether you prefer short or long, we got you covered. Let’s take a look at some of our top fashionistas rocking these trends like a boss.

By Iman Hashmi

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