ISLAMABAD: The rising popularity of homemade meals delivery service is gaining popularity in the federal capital by providing earning opportunity to both men and women.

According to a report, most of the people are concerned about their health and as well as quality of food so they preferred to order homemade food.

The cooks said the rise in demand for homemade meals is because an increasing number of working people and lack of time to cook but prefer homemade food over restaurant meals.

“Most of my customers are working women and men who are bachelors and are either doing their jobs in capital city”, said cook Hina Iman.

Another cook Aslam Yaseen said that mostly people want food cooked with less oil and less salt and I cater to their needs”.

According to strict observance of hygiene, he said use of fresh ingredients and the “use of just enough oil” are what make home food different from restaurant food.

“We make food the way we do for our loved ones,” Ushna Ali another cook said, adding, we do not compromise on quality.

We make the dishes with outmost care and love”. I feel good when my customers text me and say they enjoyed the homemade meal at their doorstep, she added.–APP


Lok Virsa screens Punjabi classic film Nizam Lohar


ISLAMABAD: National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) Mandwa Film Club organized screening of Punjabi classic film ‘Nizam Lohar’ 1966 here at its media centre.

The film “Nizam Lohar” pays tribute to the various fights of this legendary freedom fighter and his struggle towards independence.

A classic from 1966, the movie stars Alauddin in the lead role, Neelo, Yasmin, Mazhar Shah and Sawan.

It features some memorable classics such as Dil Ki Daleela Kar Da, Kujh Samjh Na Away, Pyar Kissay Naal Pavin Na, Kei Rupan Wich Phirn Behrupi.

A large number of film fans from twin cities participated in the film screening.

They highly appreciated the Mandwa film club for arranging screening of golden era super film in its media center.

Executive Director Lok Virsa Dr Fouzia Saeed told APP that efforts in underway to promote by organizing screening of national and international films on weekly basis.–APP