A story of an adolescent who falls deeply and irrevocably in love with a nectar sweet voice on the radio, just like everyone else who ever tuned in to her show. A story of a protagonist’s struggles and ambitions to somehow get nearer to the owner of that voice. The movie is a strong interesting plot encapsulating the viewer to accept that we too form unhealthy alliances and affections for the unattainable fictional characters on TV.
Kingdom of Women
by Amna Ehtesham Khaiashgi
Meena Bazar of Karachi. Any one who’s been there would know the feeling of entering a world where women rule, women reign and women serve. From selling laces and footwear to grooming and henna artists decorating hands and feet of women and girls. It is a Kingdom of Women.
“Displaced – The Forgotten Kids”
Director: Ozair Rao
Highlights Karachi’s street children most of whom become drug addicts or suffer abuse of different kinds. It’s a story of teenagers but not your average ones. They live on the streets and know a side of life that most of us cannot even imagine.
A Passionate Cultural Brigade by Asma Inayat