Actor Arisha Razi has called out a Karachi-based photography studio, Studio86, for sharing her nikah photos without her consent. The studio, on the other hand, claims that they had a deal that the photos could be shared three months after the event.
Taking to Instagram, Razi wrote, “As you guys may have already seen my viral nikkah ceremony video, it was a very private event. It’s very shameful, hurtful that a company like Studio86 have no sense of privacy.”
She went on to say that her pictures and videos have been used without her permission and that the page knew very well how private the event was. “Sirf thodi publicity and views k liay meray family moments viral kerhdiye [for the sake of publicity and views they made my family moments viral]. Just for the sake of followers,” she wrote, urging her followers not to hire the studio as they would share photos of their private events without consent.
In another Instagram story, she said that while she might share these “happy moments” of her life, it is her call to make and nobody has the right to do it without her permission.
In response to her claims, Studio86 issued a statement on Instagram saying that the day they were hired it was decided by both the parties that the videos and photos will be shared online after three months.
According to their Instagram stories, the page approached Razi for approval before posting the videos and photos but she did not reply to their messages.
A lot of people showed support for Razi in the comment section of the photographer’s statement. “Shame on you [for sharing] someone’s special moments without their consent,” wrote one user under the post.
Another wrote that it’s the photographer’s mistake and they must accept it even if Razi hadn’t responded to their messages.
Razi has been involved in many projects and has often appeared in shows along with her sister Sara. Razi has worked in shows such as Chupke Chupke, Mr. Shamim, Raaz-e-Ulfat and Sadqay Tumhare. The 22-year-old has also worked in films such as the 3 Bahadur franchise and Sacch.

Shehroz Sabzwari Ex Syra Yousaf Dealing with her Little girl and Give her legitimate Instruction and satisfy every one of the necessities of her Girl. Shehroz Sabzwari additionally Invests energy with North. The two of them Ex Couple Invest energy with Little girl not influencing her life because of their Partition.
All of you realize Shehroz Sabzwari got hitched with well-known youthful entertainer Syra Yousaf in 2012, They consider the most youthful and heartfelt two or three Pakistani showbiz industry, They have guardians of one charming child, yet unfortunately in 2020 Entertainer Shehroz Sabzwari give separated to Syra Yousaf for individual a few issues.

Syra Yousaf is viewed as one of the most mind-blowing model-entertainer and hosts in Pakistan. As a result of her honest face, she has become well known in the showbiz business in an exceptionally brief time frame.

The most prominent ravishing and outstanding couple of tinsel town Ayeza Khan and Danish Taimoor leave no stone unturned to make a perfect couple. From being a rocking couple to best traveling buddies they mesmerizingly take our hearts away. In 2014 this couple made it official as husband and wife. After making a significant place in an industry they are successfully making their way into our hearts.

This winsome couple is blessed with two beautiful kids a daughter and son named Hoorain and Rayan respectively. Recently this amazing family is spotted having a fun time in Pennsylvania. Hoorain is looking so cute and Rayan’s mischievous eyes are saying it all. Ayeza Khan surely knows how to manage both her professional and personal life in the most beautiful way.

Coming back to these pictures, Ayeza is exuding perfection in such casual tees and jeans. We are in love with her every look. She looks so young and up to date. It’s truly amazing to see these celebrities grooming so well. Here are the pictures. Have a look.

Recently Pyare Afzal starlet had to face controversy with a post shared by her ex-bhabhi. She didn’t give any response but yeah people have judged her as a rude and proud being. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that she literally has a strong connection with her mother and the entire family. It’s a personal matter that is being dragged on social media. Character assassination is such an easy thing but its adverse effects can cost one’s life.

Junaid Khan and Mansha Pasha are bringing the magic back onscreen in an upcoming drama called Adan, which is expected to release in September. Khan spoke to Images and revealed some details about the new project and why the audience enjoys their chemistry so much.
“My character is a journalist — the kind that writes blogs and is very active on social media. Basically, he has the fire to change the system and eliminate corruption from [it]. He tries to highlight the wrongs in society — taken from current situations — in his blogs. So he is a digital journalist,” said Khan, filling the blanks about his character.

He said the story revolves around three characters one of which is his, Zaid, Mansha Pasha’s character Adan and Azfar Rehman’s character Faraz. “Me and Faraz are very close friends, best friends, and Adan is my love interest. These are the three characters shown in a broad perspective, there are many other characters who play an integral part in between but the main story revolves around these three,” he revealed.

The screenwriter for the romance-filled plot is Atique Inayat, the story is Shagufta Bhatti’s. The show is being produced by Wajahat Rauf and Shazia Wajahat’s Showcase Productions. It will air on new channel Aan TV which, according to Khan, is probably launching in August.
On working with Pasha again, he said, “Working space with Mansha, of course, has always been wonderful. I’ve done four serials [and] one film with her, commercials too, so me and Mansha have known each other for a while. [She is] very comfortable to work with, very professional.”

He also revealed the secret behind their well-received chemistry. “Whenever we’re working on scenes, we’re always trying to bring the best out in each other and complement each other in each scene. That is why people like seeing us together,” he said.
“Mansha has always been fun to work with, she’s always a fun person to converse with — other than work, our offscreen conversations are very interesting. We talk about everything from politics and world issues to life — so it’s always a delight to work with her,” he added.

The duo have starred in dramas such as Dil-e-Beqarar, Madiha Maliha and Zara Aur Mehrunnisa together.

Being a celebrity comes with a massive fan following but sometimes fans forget to see past the faces in a project to appreciate the concept they’re representing. Sheheryar Munawar reminded netizens that the photoshoot he recently did with Sajal Aly was an artistic piece of work that had a concept behind it and revealed the inspiration for the shoot.

On Wednesday, he posted some more pictures of the duo and wrote, “Sharing the last bunch of shots I really admire from this shoot. Very film noir (after the advent of colour), very old world. That’s why I love them. Please keep in mind we’re actors playing characters — enjoy them for what they are — art.”

He revealed what the art of photography was trying to convey without the use of words. “The concept behind the shoot was to follow the story of a self-indulgent, narcissistic and emotionally unavailable artist, and his muse. [It was] to show the repercussions of being in an emotionally abusive relationship, inspired by true life events (the courtship and later marriages of Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe, and Kamal Amrohi and Meena Kumari),” he said.

The Sinf-e-Aahan actor said they’d dropped some hints in the photos as well. “For example, in the sculpture sequence even though it seems like the artist is making his lover’s sculpture, it’s actually his own sculpture — a male sculpture (hinting at his love [for himself]). In the fashion film from the shoot, the man’s character shoots someone at the end — this is a metaphor for the abuser metaphorically killing the abused, [by being] in a toxic relationship [that includes] emotional abuse.”
Munawar ended the note with the hope that fans enjoyed browsing through the pictures as much as the team enjoyed working on them.

شرمین عبید چنائے سمیت دیگر ہدایت کاروں کی ہدایت کاری میں بنائی گئی ویب سیریز ’مس مارول‘ کی اگرچہ اب تک کی ریلیز ہونے والی تمام قسطوں کو سراہا گیا۔
تاہم شائقین کو سب سے زیادہ مزہ ویب سیریز کی تیسری اور چوتھی قسط دیکھ کر آیا، جس میں کھل کر پاکستانی روایات، ثقافت، موسیقی اور صوبہ سندھ کے دارالحکومت کراچی کو دکھایا گیا۔
ان قسطوں کے بعض ڈائیلاگز پر تنازع بھی ہوا، کیوں کہ چوتھی قسط میں تقسیم بر صغیر کی کہانی بھی دکھائی گئی ہے۔
تیسری قسط میں جہاں مس مارول یعنی کمالہ خان کو صوبہ سندھ کے دارالحکومت میں اپنے آبا و اجداد کے گھر آتے دکھایا گیا، وہیں انہیں کراچی کی تاریخی جگہوں کی سیر کرتے ہوئے بھی دکھایا گیا۔
یہی نہیں بلکہ تیسری قسط میں کمالہ خان کو کراچی میں ہونے والی ایک شادی کی تقریب میں دیسی لباس میں دیسی انداز کا رقص کرتے بھی دکھایا گیا۔
اسی قسط میں کمالہ خان کو کراچی کی سیر کرتے ہوئے دکھاتے وقت اس کے پس منظر میں سندھی کلاسک گانے ’تڈھن ملنداسیں‘ کے ریمکس عابد بروہی کے ’دی سبی سانگ‘ کو بھی شامل کیا گیا۔
مس مارول میں اب تک دکھائی گئی اہم پاکستانی روایات کی جھلکیاں ہیں، جنہوں نے شائقین کا دل جیتا۔
خیال رہے کہ ’مس مارول‘ کی چوتھی قسط کی ہدایات شرمین عبید چنائے نے دی ہیں۔
مس مارول کی مجموعی طور پر 6 قسطیں ہیں اور اس کی پانچویں قسط 8 جولائی تک ریلیز کردی جائے گی، جس کے بعد اس کی آخری قسط جولائی کے وسط تک ریلیز ہوگی۔

ویب سیریز کی چوتھی قسط میں کراچی کے متعدد مناظر دکھائے گئے ہیں، اس قسط میں کراچی ریلوے اسٹیشن کے علاوہ اولڈ ایریاز کے علاقے، ایمپریس مارکیٹ، پرانی بسیں، چینی دندان ساز اور چینی ریسٹورنٹس کے علاوہ دیگر چیزیں بھی دکھائی گئی ہیں۔

کراچی کی تاریخی عمارتوں اور مشہور جگہوں کی عکاسی
مس مارول ویب سیریز میں جہاں بعض کراچی کے اصلی مناظر دکھائے گئے ہیں، وہیں کراچی کی پرانی اور مشہور عمارتوں جیسا اسٹوڈیو بھی امریکا میں بنایا گیا تھا جو ویب سیریز میں دکھنے میں کراچی کے علاقوں جیسا نظر آیا اور لوگوں نے اس پر خوشی کا اظہار بھی کیا۔
کراچی کی سیر کے پس منظر میں سندھی گانا
چوتھی قسط میں کمالہ خان کی جانب سے کراچی کی سیر کرنے کے دوران پس منظر میں عابد بروہی کی جانب سے ریمیکس کیے گئے سندھی زبان کے کلاسک گانے ’تڈھن ملنداسیں‘ کو بھی چلایا گیا، عابد بروہی نے مذکورہ گانے کو ’دی سبی سانگ‘ کے نام سے 2017 میں ریلیز کیا تھا۔
کمالہ خان کا دیسی لباس میں دیسی رقص
تیسری قسط میں مس مارول یعنی کمالہ خان کو کراچی میں ہونے والی ایک شادی میں دیسی لباس میں دیسی انداز میں رقص کرتے ہوئے بھی دکھایا گیا ہے۔

سندھی شادی کی رسم ’لانئوں‘
اسی قسط میں شادی کے دوران سندھی شادی کی رسم ’لانئوں‘ کو بھی دکھایا گیا،
اس رسم میں دلہا اور دلہن کے سروں کو ٹکرایا جاتا ہے، یہ رسم نکاح کے بعد رخصتی سے قبل سب مہمانوں کے سامنے ادا کی جاتی ہے اور اسے دیکھ کر لوگ محظوظ ہوتے ہیں
مس مارول کی تیسری اور چوتھی قسط کو جہاں مناظر کی وجہ سے سراہا گیا، وہیں اس میں عربی زبان کے اسلامی الفاظ کے استعمال نے بھی شائقین کے دل جیت لیے۔

مہوش حیات سپر ہیرو ’ماں‘
چوتھی قسط میں مہوش حیات کو مس مارول یعنی کمالہ خان کی نانی کی والدہ کے طور پر بھی دکھایا گیا، جن کے پاس ایک ایسا کنگن ہوتا ہے، جسے پہننے کے بعد وہ منفرد صلاحیتوں کی مالک بن جاتی ہیں اور وہی کنگن بعد ازاں کمالہ خان پہنتی ہیں۔

This could only have worked because it was Abida Parveen herself re-doing her own rendition of Wasif Ali Wasif’s Nara-i-Mastana [The Call of the Devoted]. Growing up in Karachi, I was first introduced to this very popular Sufi kalaam through her live performances.

In those performances, the only accompanying music would be the harmonium and the tabla. It gave the poetry both an air of simplicity and authenticity and enabled you to focus entirely on her vocalisation and its message. And it made it very difficult to like the various studio-recorded versions that kept popping up through the decades. While some have cheesy jhankaar beats programmed into the recording, there is even one that has a saxophone intro (shudders).

The Sufi Queen collaborated with Asrar on this latest interpretation of Nara-i-Mastana. This is not the first time both of these powerful vocalists have sung together. In 2021, they collaborated on Phool Khil Jayein, an original song written and composed by Asrar. There is an older video from 2018 showing the pair rehearsing the song, but it was finally released in its complete form sometime only last year.

Phool Khil Jayein is a more mellow number, with Asrar vocalising Abida Parveen’s rendition of the lyrics after a slight delay, as a way to sound like he is echoing her. It’s a soft sweet number where Asrar takes over in the chorus and sings a part of it with Abdia Parveen in unison, but at a much higher pitch. It’s a completely different vibe to their current collaboration.

Abida Parveen and Asrar’s rendition of the popular sufi kalaam Nara-i-Mastana has good production values but lacks soul
The Abida Parveen-Asrar collaboration on Nara-i-Mastana came out recently and it’s proved to be quite popular. One has heard it playing at local venues already. This version has been directed and produced by her son, Sarang Latif. Judging by the overall audio and video treatment, it comes across as if he is understandably ‘inspired’ by Coke Studio — when Rohail Hyatt was producing it.

It’s evident in the overall treatment of the song — the ‘live’ atmosphere, the merging of both contemporary Western and traditional folk instrumentation, and the following of a rhythm and tempo most associated with the popular television production. Having said that, this treatment has proven to be quite popular. Within a month of being released, the song has already garnered over 1.5 million views on YouTube.

Unfortunately, this version of Nara-i-Mastana sounds very much like the same old, same old — like a typical Abida Parveen composition in which even Asrar is trying to emulate her style. This version lacks authenticity. It seems a little contrived. It’s a good production, but lacking in soul. In terms of musical production, however, it is definitely one of the better-recorded versions of Nara-i-Mastana available to us.
One wishes there were a studio recording of Abidaji’s songs that evokes the dynamism and energy of her live performances. Unlike other artists, she doesn’t use a very large ensemble — just three or four accompanying musicians — but it works. Even on a large platform, where the space is left mostly empty, they command the entire stage. The passion with which both of her tabla players (yes, at times she would perform with two!) would tap on their instruments and the heart and soul with which she would perform needs to be preserved in the form of an audio recording before — at the risk of sounding morbid — it’s lost to us forever.

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