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Ramsha Khan – Stands Out From Rest Every Time She Is On-Screen!

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Ramsha Khan is known for her charismatic personality and innocent looks. She has been shining and proving to be a versatile actress with every protagonist she plays. She has won hearts through her work in Wo Aik Pal, Daagh, Khudaparast, and Mah-e-Tamam, and not to forget Tumhari Mariam. The promising actress has outshined herself in her latest drama Khudparast.

Starting her career in 2010 with Rafay Rashidi’s flick Thora Jee Lee; she was the only one who delivered fairly decent performance amongst all. Combined with her easy-going demeanor, she is a strong, passionate and hard-working girl who loves reading books, playing video games and hanging out with friends.

Albeit she is in her early 20s, yet she has accomplished so much in such a short span of time, something that takes others years to achieve. This young artist has already experimented with a variety of things in only her first year in showbiz, with commercials, fashion shoots to a film and a few of dramas and it seems like she has no intentions to slow down.

Khan has obtained immense appreciation for her work due to her effortless acting skills. She is now all set to star in an upcoming ARY digital drama serial “Kaisa Hai Naseeban”, directed by Ahmed Bhatti and based on a script by Samina Ejaz. The drama is a story of a girl whose family gets her married abroad without doing any thorough background checks. It also tackles the issue of physical abuse in a relationship, marital abuse to be more precise.

Few teasers of the drama have been released and it seems to be an unusual story which is deep and gripping altogether. Ramsha is playing an intense character of a girl who is a dreamer and kind of naïve. The girl has a fantasy about life in a foreign country. She gets married and moves to Malaysia, but life there is entirely different from what she perceived. The way Ramsha has portrayed the fantasy and agony of the girl is praiseworthy.

Muneeb Butt is playing the lead role alongside Ramsha and the other renowned actor includes Uzma Gillani who is actually making a comeback after a long time. Ramsha is surely blessed to work with a legend like Uzma Gillani at such young age and initial stage of her career. Ever heard the quote “You are made to make a difference, so embrace every opportunity to do so”, Ramsha happens to be a true follower of this one. She has a knack to adapt herself in every role she does. We wish Ramsha more success for her future assignments and look forward to her work in “Kaisa Hai Naseeban!”

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In Conversation with SOCH the band

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SOCH the band, comprises of two immensely talented musicians, Adnan Dhool and Rabi Ahmed. The duo offers a unique, fresh and soulful approach to their earthy music.

Adnan Dhool at the helm, with his gritty vocals, complemented by Rabi Ahmed’s guitar rhythms. With their thought provoking lyrics, Soch takes us on a journey, hitting on to the harsh realities to the raw emotions of life. Within months of the songs release, Soch’s first ever single “Bandeya” – it received major mainstream radio airplay of which the World-wide release was done in collaboration with Indya Record and was first exclusively aired on 9x Network in INDIA and bagged #2 on ARY Musik and Oxygene and remained in the charts for over 8 weeks.

So we decided to dig deeper and ask the talent behind the band a few questions about how they got together, where they see themselves going in the future and also their experience singing for Bollywood.

1.Tell us a little about how this band was created? 

This band was created by me (Adnan Dhool) back in 2005 when I wasn’t even sure about it . A few years later in 2007, my partner Rabi Ahmed joined in and since then it’s been going wild and strong 

2. The song Avari in Ek Villain was sung by you guys, how was your experience singing for Bollywood?

 It was definitely a great experience working across the border with some of the well known names. Not only did it bring pride to us but an award too.
Being nominated for IIFA in itself is a huge privilege.

3. How did that make you feel? 

A privilege if course, see it’s the biggest award show in Asia and the world knows about it, fans all across wait for it so it was a major break and an honor for us as well.


4. How many times have you been featured in Nescafe basement? 

Twice, season 1 and season 5, and it has been a splendid experience. We feel so much pride to be part of the Pakistani Music scene especially when we are on the brink of a musical revolution.

5. What was the story behind your sensational hit Bol Hu? 

There’s isn’t any story but the thought is to connect with your Rab while going through the toughest phases of your life when you aren’t sure about things and experience a constant defeat, then you need to create your own world and see what that brings to you.

6.If you could jam with one musician, dead or alive, who would it be? 

The one and only Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Sahab

7. Any advice for the rising stars of Pakistan?

Just stick with your own original sound instead of copying others. Originality and candid, raw emotions will be your road to success.

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IN THE FIELD WITH… Natalia Castillo Shahid

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Who’s your best friend?
I’ve lived in so many different places and have a lot of close friends but I’m going to have to say my best friend is my brother.

What would I grab if my house was on fire?
My dog! 1000%.

What is my destination for a trip of my dreams?
Travelling is such a huge part of my life so there are really few places I want to go that I haven’t been to but top of my list right now is Japan.

When I was little what did I want to be when I grew up?
I was one of those little kids that just wanted to do everything. One month it was a vet the next it was a pilot and the next a chef. I think I just had a lot of interests and now as a I’ve grown up I think I still keep that same energy of always trying new things and taking up new hobbies. Why limit yourself to doing one thing for your entire life?

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An Ode to Women

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It’s time for patriarchy to step aside, for long women have lived in the shadow of strong and powerful men that have denied them their fundamental rights, but no more, it’s finally time for the women of this world to get what they deserve; an equal footing with men and the equality of opportunity. Its optimistic to see so much support for a day that celebrates women by people all across the board. To all the mothers, sisters, daughters, girls and women in the world, we salute you for your resilience and strength.

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