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Sadia Jabbar Productions to Make Waves with Dile Berehem

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Dil-e-Berehm, another signature project by Sadia Jabbar – owner of Sadia Jabbar Productions is set to go on air from 8th January on APlus Entertainment.

Helmed by Syed Ali Raza Usama, the director of Bashar Momin and Khuda aur Muhabbat and written by Mansoor Saeed, Dile Berehem is a story of rivalry for love with a twist. It’s a very serious story of a journey from love to revenge that showcases how multiple lives can be ruined with one person’s wrongdoings. The drama has romance that is laced with mystery and vengeance.

Dile Bereham has a stellar cast of Samina Ahmed, Isra Ghazal, Behroz Sabzwari, Hina Bayat, Faraz Farooqui, Najam Kifayat, Kiran Butt, Maryam Nafees with the lead pair of Amar Khan and Wahaj Ali who are going to show their amazing on-screen chemistry for the very first time.

Sadia Jabbar, the insightful producer is known for her charismatic work.  Covering a wide range of genres, her works include the romantic film ‘Balu Mahi’ and much-admired popular serial “Mere Bewafa”. Recently, she has announced her first Web Series named “Shameless Proposals” in collaboration with BVC media. With Dile Bereham, the well-known producer is ready to explore a new horizon.

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Up Close and Personal with the Host of Joke Dar Joke- Hina Niazi

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We got in touch with this beauty with brains after the controversy on the show “Joke Dar Joke” took the heat.
It was a treat to know her and we definitely had a great time talking to her.

1) How is Hina in real life?

Just another human being, who loves to have fun with her friends, likes to socialise, explores fancy food places and gets irritated very quickly.

2) Your biggest pet peeve?

Noisy Eaters

3) Being a host was a plan or you wanted to do something else?

It was never planned. I graduated in English Literature and ended up being a program anchor.

4) your favourite perfume?

Chance by Chanel

5) Your relationship status?

Currently in a relationship with food

6) Three things we will always find in your bag?

Perfume, hand sanitizer and credit card

7) One social media app that you can’t survive your day without?

Instagram

8) A secret that not many people know about you?

Crows scare the shit out of me.

9) Who is your inspiration?

My parents

10) Are you planning to get into acting?

You never know 😉

11) Your celebrity crush?

Leonardo DiCaprio

12) What’s the worst/ most annoying thing about being a host?

Hectic working hours!!

13. Mazak raat Or Joke Dar Joke, which one is closer to your heart?

Joke Dar Joke for sure but Mazaq Raat has it’s own very special place in my heart.

14. What would you say about that controversial show you hosted on domestic violence?

Unfortunately, there are attention vultures on our social media who would always try and prey on such delicate social issues for their own publicity. Fatima Sohail came to our show and she admitted that it was an edited video shared on social media by some “nobody” to gain some cheap publicity. For the viewers, I’d like to tell that the whole unedited version of that very segment is available on our YouTube channel.

15) what are your future plans?
I am a happy go lucky type of a person. I don’t plan things. I go with the flow. Let’s see what future surprises me with

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5 Dramas that have Changed the Dynamics of the Entertainment Industry with Powerful Story-lines and Deep-Seated Lessons

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After having a long trail of stories on our watch-list, we have got 5 dramas that achieved the limelight by using acting as a strapping tool to spread a positive and strong message and successfully stole the hearts with their unique plot and powerful story-lines.

 

Cheekh

Being the favorite show in the week, with its impeccable cast, Cheekh has rightly posited the message of women empowerment, women dignity and importance of truth in the society. Saba Qamar and Bilal Abbas’s acting skills have put all of us in complete awe. The drama has got the potential to fight with the little demons that are silently eating up our society.

 

Inkaar

Inkaar has shown the real face of power in our society. How many Hajras get buried under the influence of strong men without getting justice from the most sacred doors that we call “Palais De Justice” I.e. our courtrooms. Yumna Zaidi left everyone spellbound with her fine acting and how she absorbed herself in Hajra’s character is nothing but plainly commendable. According to Yumna Zaidi, Khadija’s case of stabbing was used as an inspiration for this drama.

 

Khaas

Sanam Baloch has always come back with a strong narration and even a stronger character. We have never seen her bow down in front of the patriarchal system in any of her dramas be it Khaas, Teri Razza or Kankar. She has always given a message through her characters that led many minds to change their perspectives towards the loopholes in our relationships in general. Khaas deals with the deep rooted patriarchy in our society and how problematic is the sense of superiority in one gender that makes it difficult for the other gender to survive without having any complexities in their normal life.

 

Hasad

Arij fatyma has been doing roles of antagonists with an utter perfection. The leading lady always makes it to the list of favorites with her charm and inviolable aura. Refinement has always been the main element in her character and acting skills. Hasad caters to the most discussed topic in women oriented groups on Facebook as well as conversations in general. How bad is the evil eye, how important has it become to hide happiness even from the closest people and how easily the element of “jealousy” can affect our normal life and turn it into a nightmare.

 

Anaa

The stupendously good-looking cast of Anaa has definitely made us fallen in love with the story and the diegesis. The plot revolves around an elite family being caught up in their egos and fighting for themselves on the cost of the happiness and consent of their own family. The drama has rightly been named after the word “Anaa” as the whole game is about power, selfishness and self psyche. Apparently, the drama shows each character living their life according to their own terms but, in actual, this puts forward the message how the manifestation of fragile egos that we all are surrounded by can make us suffer in a long run.

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Hoga Saaf Pakistan: A Great Initiative towards a Cleaner Society

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Cleanliness is one of the key requisites of our daily routines. Without having a clean, hygienic environment around you, you are more prone to infections and diseases, environmental degradation and a general social boycott.

Hoga Saaf Pakistan (HSP) is a social initiative by Reckitt Benckiser, in an attempt to achieve a cleaner and greener Pakistan. Its key message of ‘Safai Nisf Emaan hai’ takes us back to the basics as Hoga Saaf Pakistan aims to improve health and hygiene all across Pakistan and aid the government’s campaign of Clean Green Pakistan through a focus on three main strands:

Safe Sanitation

Sanitation is one of the major steps toward a clean surrounding. Safe sanitation ensures a good and healthy environment for humans and atmosphere alike. The most common place where this measure becomes vulnerable is the bathroom, and it is most frequently used as well. Products like Harpic are available widely in stores to ensure you get the level of hygiene your surroundings require.

Personal Hygiene

HSP aims to promote awareness among the masses about personal hygiene. It is compulsory to follow certain habits as shown in the picture for better health and clean mind & body. Not just this, it is also necessary to ensure proper hygiene practices using good quality products, like Dettol that provides an anti-bacterial solution for the purpose of perfect cleanliness.

Solid Waste Management

There are many cities and villages in Pakistan that lack the basic solid waste management system. This is due to utter negligence from the authorities’ side. HSP understands this and has tried its best to educate people on the risks attached to a lack of proper waste disposal, and what steps they as individuals can take on their own to cater to this problem. It is a need of the hour to help the masses be aware of what kind of health hazards they face if their waste management is not at optimal level.

Hoga Saaf Pakistan’s target is to take charge of hygiene and sanitation practices within the citizens of Pakistan in three areas:

Yourself

The most important aspect of cleaning oneself begins with ‘Handwashing’. Many diseases spread if hands are not washed with soap and clean running water.

Dettol provides a thorough and well-explained five steps procedure of hand washing:

  • Wet hands with clean warm running water
  • Apply a small amount of soap or 2 pumps of Dettol hand wash
  • Rub your palms together (away from the water)
  • Rub your fingers and thumbs and bits in between.
  • Rub your nails on your palms.
  • Rub the back of each hand.
  • Rinse with clean running water.

Your House

Germs are everywhere! From the floor to the tiny nooks and crannies of your house, these germs are not health-friendly and cause serious problems if not tackled. HSP initiative is all about creating awareness and providing means to ensure a clean environment for future generations, starting from one’s own household.

Your Neighborhood

We may see many people taking care of their houses, but these same people wouldn’t think twice before throwing rubbish outside their homes. Such practices are not just unethical but dangerous for a safe atmosphere. Hoga Saaf Pakistan has been trying its best to educate people on the etiquettes of non-littering and living acceptably in a social society without causing harm or discomfort to others or to the environment.  

This initiative if taken seriously by our Pakistani citizens, has the potential to bring forth a huge change in our surroundings. On an individual level and as a team, we need to make an effort on our own first to bring about a revolution when it comes to cleanliness. It wouldn’t hurt to add a few lessons on this in school curriculums and start them young on this agenda.

Contribute your part in the drive and let us know your views about the initiative in the comments’ section. We look forward to your opinions.

Written by: Shahrukh Gulnaz

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