Sindhu Sansar present’s interview with Sindhi Film Artist of Bollywood Mak Mohan Interviewer : Ashok Manwani Videography
Sambha passed away
Macmohan the famous role played by him in Sholay is the character of sambha passed away due to cancer. Macmohan, who started his career with the film Haqeeqat in 1964, acted in over 175 films in a career spanning 46 years. But his greatest moment came in the 1975 blockbuster when Amjad Khan’s character asks him, (Arre o Sambha, kitna inaam rakhe hain sarkar hum par?) and he answers, (Poore pachaas hazaar). Unfortunately, he passed away.
The Lunatics Took Over the Asylum – by: Omar Ali
The son of an air marshal ruined his own life and abandoned his wife and kids in an utterly incompetent attempt to blow up innocent people (some of whom were probably Pakistani cab drivers). Why is Pakistan breeding (or attracting) so many Islamic fanatics (luckily for us, some of them are incompetent Islamic fanatics)? And is it different from other third world countries and other fanaticisms?
Continue reading The attempted bombing on Times Square – An analysis by Omar Ali
By Zar ali khan musazai
Faisal Shehzad has admitted that he was a criminal and terrorist who wanted to explode the innocent people at Times square, New York, USA. He belonged to Mohib Banda, a village situated at the west of district Nowshera adjacent to Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pukhtunkhawa.
Continue reading Incident of Times Square and future of the region
While much is being said about the elite’s perception of anarchy in Pakistan little attention is paid to events and images that constitute the mosaic of anarchy as seen by common citizens. It is the latter version of anarchy that is undermining the majority’s confidence in the state.
Continue reading Pakistan : Mosaic of anarchy – By I.A. Rehman