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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Exclusive Chambaili OST Songs

Exclusive Chambaili OST Songs From Audio Launch

Living on the Edge (S4) (7th March) (Ep 6)

Watch Living on the Edge, Season 4 - 7th March – Episode 6

Madventures – 8th March 2013 (Episode 3)

Madventures – 8th Mar 2013 (Ep 3)

3rd Episode Score Broad
Total Scores

Total Games (3rd Ep) = 2
Pakistan Won = 2
India Won      =0
Note: "One Game is Equal to 100 Points"

Danger Zone
Ayesha Toor
Zeba Ali

Shafaq Naaz

Elimination 0

3rd Episode Winner Pakistan

Friday, March 8, 2013

3rd Episode of Lollywood Live (Awaz Cinema Ki) - Special Episode

Lollywood Live (Awaz Cinema Ki) - The Web Radio Show is combined effort of Nasser Rukhsar (Planet Lollywood Blog Admin) and Yasser Bilal (Pakistani Cinema Blog Admin) 

Episode Description :
This Episode of Lollywood Live is special as it contains Chambaili OST Launch Presentation which is streamed worldwide on 8-March-2013.  

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1.Very Bad12.94%
5.Very Good2676.47%
1.Very Bad12.94%
5.Very Good2470.59%
1.Very Bad12.94%
5.Very Good2264.71%
1.Very Bad25.88%
5.Very Good2367.65%
1.Very Bad12.94%
5.Very Good2573.53%

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

It’s Our Responsibility to Educate Our Children on Pakistani Culture: Reema Khan

DALLAS: Famous Pakistani super star Reema Khan said that Pakistani Americans always come to help whenever Pakistan goes through difficult period.
She was delivering keynote address at Pakistani physicians representative group APPNA’s North Texas annual award distribution ceremony in Dallas.
“Pakistanis living abroad feel the pain close to them and open their wallets and offer themselves to help. This is why we never lose hope in Pakistan.”
The film star Reema expressed her frustration on the current situation and level of violence in Pakistan. She further said that she has faith in human strength and resolve.
“We will overcome all of the hurdles and we will have bright future. We may or may not be living here for rest of our lives, so it is our responsibility that we educate our children on Pakistani culture, traditions and language,” she said.
Reema recited a number of sonnets on this occasion on Pakistan’s current situation.
She thanked Dr. Dawood Nasir and Dallas chapter of APPNA for hosting her as chief guest in their annual award ceremony and also for arranging such an excellent event.
The event was also addressed by APPNA President Dr. Dawood Nasir, Paris Texas Mayor Dr. Arjumund Hashmi, Dr. Tariq Shahab and others in APPNA leadership.
Awards were distributed to people with services in various fields for their services to the community & APPNA causes. Mayor Dr. Arjumand Hashmi, Jang group correspondent and journalist Raja Zahid Khanzada, Fun Asia owner Shariq Hamid, Dr. Khalid Mahmood, Dr. Hasan Hashmi, Dr. Tariq Shahab and Richardson Councilman Amir Umar were among them.
A fashion show was presented by Dallas fashion designer Dallas Studio “D” which was participated by local models in Pakistani dresses; Pakistani women took special interest in the fashion show.
The program ended with a music show. Pakistan TV and film vocalist and Nigar Award winner Arshad Mahmood performed for the audience.
APPNA North Texas president Dr. Dawood Nasir thanked all the Doctors and American specialty’s owner Abdul Hameed and doctors’ families.
He said the community services provided by APPNA could not be possible without cooperation and help from constituent doctors, for which he is thankful. The attendee’s enjoyed the event of physicians business meeting intertwined with social gathering.

Ali Zafar upset at diminishing pop music scene

MUMBAI: Pop music culture is diminishing and it upsets singer-actor Ali Zafar, who says he would love to do something to save it, but admits he can’t bring about the change single-handedly.
“It’s sad that pop music is fading these days. I can’t individually get it back myself,” Zafar, who started his music career with independent album Huqa Pani, told IANS.
“Sadly, radios don’t play the songs of private albums and channels don’t give priority to private music videos. So how can you expose yourself to the people? You can’t,” he added.
The 32-year-old, who also did albums like Masty and Jhoom, is equally active in films and has acted in Bollywood movies like Mere Brother Ki Dulhan and London Paris New York— he also sang the song Madhubala in the former and composed the music for the latter.
He feels that pop music should have enough space to co-exist with film music.
“I think pop music will come back with time. The pop independent music should be given a chance to exist simultaneously along with the film industry as it happens in the west. I think, the mechanism needs to be devised soon,” he added.
The singer feels it would be great if he could contribute anything to bring the change. “Look at Coke Studio, it’s doing great widely but it would be fantastic if radio and TV channels support us too,” he said.
Zafar feels he is lucky to have a platform like Bollywood to showcase his talent, but for others, private albums could be a good way to make a mark.
“I am into Bollywood, so I can’t complain that much but all these young boys and girls, who have excellent talent, should be given a chance to showcase their talent.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Lollywood Live (Awaz Cinema Ki) The Web Radio Show - 2nd Episode

Lollywood Live (Awaz Cinema Ki) - The Web Radio Show is combined effort of Nasser Rukhsar (Planet Lollywood Blog Admin) and Yasser Bilal (Pakistani Cinema Blog Admin) . The show is fully based on Lollywood Happenings, Movie Reviews, Latest songs and lot of Gupshup

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Episode 2

Pakistan's Next Mega Star - Episode 3 - 2nd March 2013

PNMS - Ep 3 - 2 March 2013

Chambaili crew all set to launch OST

With a scheduled launch of its original sound track (OST) on March 8 in Karachi, Mehreen Syed and Umair Rana starrer Chambaili is finally making headway.
The big budget Urdu film is a political feature film that is centred on several themes and will include a mix of veteran and prominent actors. It is a collaborative production by Abdullah Kadwani and Shahzad Nawaz under the banners 7th Sky Films and Couple Films, and has been directed by Ismail Jilani.
“Passion has inspired us to make this film,” says Nawaz. The film-makers hope to provide a series of firsts to the new commercial cinema scene that has been developing over the last year. Nawaz has a prominent role in the film, from being the writer, lyricist and actor to also putting together a talented cast and producing the film.
“I believe if the team you are working with has credibility, people will support the film,” explains Nawaz. “We have the technology but right now we are limited when it comes to post-production.”
He also shares that it was important to complete Chambaili in Pakistan because the film circuit for multi-plexes is limited to 25 cinemas and distribution opportunities are relatively limited. Nawaz also says that Chambaili’s release date will be announced later this month.
“We wanted to make sure that when the public sees the film, our characters  remain bigger than the actors,” he says. “This is an independent film — a small effort to bring a bigger idea to life; it’s two years of work.”
The film is about a group of friends who find themselves at crossroads. It is set in a fictitious country and revolves around the themes of change and struggle. Without being specific to issues in Pakistan, the film hopes to connect with issues facing the region as whole. Highlighting the notion of freedom, Chambaili promises to be a modern day patriotic film.
“I remember the time when August 14 used to be a big thing; we would see a lot more flags. Even today, I have observed that it has somehow become fashionable to be unpatriotic,” says Nawaz. “I see this as a project of hope.”

The film has included several new actors, such as model Mehreen Syed who is also playing a role alongside Nawaz. The star-studded cast includes distinguished theatre actor Umair Rana and several veteran actors such as Shafqat Cheema and Hamza Abbasi. The surprise inclusion in the film is Salmaan Peerzada, who will be acting in a Pakistani film for the first time in his long career. He was signed on following an audition.
“Since it [Chambaili] is our first feature film, we had funds to bring in new faces,” says Jilani. “We have a good balance between some known faces and some new ones.” Jilani explains that while there are several issues with the infrastructure of the Pakistani film industry, he is sure that the audiences will like the film.
“Like most film-makers, we also had to start from scratch,” says Jilani. “But this is definitely not an ordinary film, it will give hope to other film-makers.”
Meanwhile, the film’s OST launch is looking to connect with a global audience as it will be streamed live via the internet. The recent release of music video Dil Bolay, sung by Kamran Saggu featuring Salwa and directed by Najam Sheraz, has created a stir in the music scene.Chambaili is also one of the few films in which qawwali has been included on the soundtrack.
“There will be no picturised songs, instead we will have montages and music that is part of the film itself — not the way its seen in Bollywood,” says Nawaz.

Veena malik at press conference of her new indian punjabi film 'Eh Dil the Mamlaa' and her new Mujra Song

Veena Malik at press conference
of her new film 'Eh Dil the Mamlaa'

Veena malik new Mujra Song
AC Chala Garmi Baadi hai

WARNING! 16+ Content.
 This Song is unsuitable for anyone under 16 years of Age.