Maira Malik Rana

  • TThe full hall of Alhamra made me happy, if not ecstatic, not only because it was unexpected but also because it indicated a revival of theatre and ticket culture in Lahore. LATZ deserves a huge pat on the back for this achievement, and that too on their debut project, Dil-e-Nadaan. The Urdu ...

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  • TThe moment one steps into the rehearsal room of Dil-e-Nadaan, one can tell they have great chemistry and electrifying energy. It is an Urdu adaptation of Neil Simon’s comedy play The Last of the Red Hot Lovers adapted by the very talented Jawad Daud. “Jawad has done a fabulous job. He ...

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  • TThere are days when Alhamra becomes home to theater which is humorous and enjoyable. March 17, 2017 was one of those days. The credit of ending this painfully long and dry spell of No Theater in Lahore goes to our very own Kamran Lashari who's been exemplary in his efforts for Art and Culture since ...

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  • TLike every child who has grown up in the 80s and 90s in Pakistan, and mostly Punjab, one of my fondest core memories is Basant - a highlight which preceded Eids and birthdays in priority. We used to drive down to Lahore for the weekend from whichever city Abu was posted in. It was a done thing - no ...

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  • TDo any of us realise how much panic and chaos was created yesterday because of misinformation and spreading unverified news? We, who were at work, responsible for the lives, safety and security of hundreds of children were in a fix! We had no way of verifying the news, because every channel was ...

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  • TOne of the greatest highs one can get is to meet young, raw talent burning with a passion tolearn, experiment, express, grow and make a change. The light in their eyes can brighten up a gloomy day. Meeting Farhan is such an experience. Farhan is an NCA graduate in Fine Arts and has pursued a ...

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