Monthly Archives: April 2012
By Sadia Shah
Lahore, April 30 (pakdestiny.com) Will anyone tell us as why Pakistani actresses working here and across the border are targeted when they are found indulging in ‘immoral’ activities. Why we are tend to spare our male actors. Singer-cum actor Ali Zafar is a case in point.
Our rock star kisses an indian girl and make love scenes with her and no one including our media bothered to questions him. Rather it is a perceived understanding that ‘men have inborn right to be immoral’.
By Raza Ruman
Islamabad, April 27 (www.pakdestiny.com) The so-called ‘vibrant’ media emerges ‘goof’ as the PPP successfully strikes a deal with Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry-led judiciary to bail out Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in contempt case.
Sources privy to the development told pakdestiny.com that as the PPP government had taken the superior judiciary to a blind alley it was not easy for it to send Gilani to jail fearing public backlash.
“Symbolic punishment for the premier the only option left for you for face saving,” a PPP lawyer who negotiated with some players of the judiciary told it.
By Kiran Bukhari
Islamabad, April 25 (pakdestiny.com) Our ‘independent’ judiciary seems to be more interested in reported abortion of film star Meera and two bottles of liquor possessed by actress Atiqa Odho than what is happening in Karachi, Gilgit-Baltistan and Balochistan these days.
If any time the superior judiciary saves from such cases it is eaten up by our Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in NRO puzzle.
Do not forget our three chief justices of high courts are religiously holding proceedings in high class drama of memogate without having a break. The TV news channels audience sometimes fails to understand as who is the central character of the ‘tricky’ episode – Mansoor Ijaz, Husain Haqani or the judges. Let’s see who turns out be a hero and villain at the end of the day.
By Raza Ruman
Islamabad, April 19 (pakdestiny.com) Barrister Aitzaz Ahsan has sought the help of his ‘old friend’ in superior judiciary to save him from the worst media trial launched by Ansar Abbasi and his team of The News International. Aitzaz believes that his ‘old friend’ who is in driving seat of our judicial system these days can help save him from what he called ‘mullah’ journalist and his trainees. But his judge friend is not interested in helping him because he is annoyed with him for shaking hands with President Zardari. Aitzaz even warned Ansar Abbasi and his team that he would to sue them for Rs800million for holding his media trial but The News team welcomed his possible move reminding him that his ‘old friend’ these days is their friend.
by Sadia Shah
Lahore, April 18 (pakdestiny.com) Dunya TV anchor Mehr Bokhari has finally given in to the pressure of her hubby Kashif Abbasi not to ‘expose’ herself in her shows.
After creating a huge seen and finding her married life going towards tragic consequences Mehr decided to follow her husband. Fond of wearing Western ‘low neck’ outfits Mehr is appearing in her shows these days with covering her body with a Dupata. Kashif told her to be bold in her questions not in her dresses.
By Kiran Bokhari
Islamabad, April 11 (Pakdestiny.com) Ayesha Ahad Malik, third wife of Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, feels that real beneficiary of her fight with her husband is Mariam Nawaz.
“Mariam Nawaz has successfully been launched to sideline Hamza taking full advantage of our scandal,” Ayesha said in conversation with www.pakdestiny.com. She says though there has been a talk in the Sharif family that ‘someone’ has used her against Hamza (within the family) to introduce Mariam, daughter of Nawaz Sharif, in the politics.
By Waqar Gillani
Lahore, April 6 (Pakdestiny.com) Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), considered to be the most favorite party of country’s youth and acclaimed as a principled party, has mocked it’s majority vote bank – youth – by announcing middle-aged “Bilo” fame celebrated singer turned politician Abrar-ul-Haq as president of its youth wing.
By Sadia Shah
Lahore, March 31 (Pakdestiny.com) Controversial film star Veena Malik fears that she may be assassinated by another ‘Qadri’ on her return to Pakistan. While sharing her fear with www.Pakdestiny.com Ms Malik says: “I have received threats from extremists. My friends ask me not to be worried but I take them (threats) seriously. I will reconsider my homecoming plan.” Veena however quickly added: “Pakistan is my country and I will come back one day.” Veena thinks that a Qadri like hardliner may target her on her return because of her nude photo-shoot. Mumtaz Qadri had shot dead Punjab Governor Salman Taseer for calling blasphemy laws ‘black’. Veena is busy these days in shooting of three Indian movies- jungle of South India, Dal Mein Kuch Kala Hai and Dil Ne Dil Ko Pukara.