Monthly Archives: November 1995

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A chorus before the last act

November 28th, 1995|

Dawn Tuesday Review, 28 November – 4 December 1995

As this issue goes out for circulation, many of our readers are awaiting the last episode of Karb, which is to be shown on PTV tonight. We are almost sure that Sania (Samina Peerzada) will turn down the proposal of Wiqar Ahsan (Usman Peerzada). But still we […]

The hunt for success

November 21st, 1995|

This article was originally published in Dawn, Tuesday Review, November 21-27, 1995, with the highlight that “This article concludes the five-part series celebrating the hundred years of cinema.” Other four articles in the series were ‘The rise and fall of cult heroes’, ‘The importance of being Eve’, ‘Sold for a song’ and ‘The director’s cut’.

Since […]

The director’s cut

November 14th, 1995|

This article was originally published in Dawn, Tuesday Review, November 14-20, 1995, with the highlight that “This is the fourth of a five-article series on the subcontinent’s cinematic culture. The fifth article on some of the issues of the Indo-Pakistani cinema follows next.” Other three articles in the series were ‘The rise and fall of […]

Sold for a song

November 7th, 1995|

This article was originally published in Dawn, Tuesday Review, November 7-13, 1995, with the highlight that “This is the third of a five-article series on the subcontinent’s cinematic culture. The fourth article on the study of some directors follows next.” Other three articles in the series were ‘The rise and fall of cult heroes’, ‘The […]