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on Apr 14th 2015 - Comments Off on Blunder: ‘Welcome 2 Karachi’ shot in Birmingham, reflects Kabul
The director of Akshay Kumar starrer Khiladi 786, Ashish R Mohan presents his next Bollywood movie ‘Welcome 2 Karachi,’ which features Arshad Warsi and Jackky Bhagnani in leading roles. While the movie is shot in Birmingham, England and claims to reflect the biggest city of Pakistan, Karachi, it actually takes the viewers to somewhere in Kabul. There is nothing in the trailer which reflects Karachi except Adnan Shah, a Karachiite.
Two kings of pop are coming together! On August 16, a track called “Slave to the Rhythm” hit the internet, featuring Justin Bieber and Michael Jackson trading verses. What a collaboration — listen below!
A mysterious new Justin Bieber song has hit the internet! The Biebs has apparently joined forces with the legend Michael Jackson to...
Overnight sensation Rebecca Black hits the world with new single ‘Friday’.
Lets talk about the music video first, she wakes up with make-up on talks about freshen up and having her cereal, and then she goes “gotta get down to the bus stop, gotta catch my bus” and out of nowhere she finds her 13 year old friend driving a car and she’s deciding which seat she’s gonna take when clearly there are 4 kids in the car and front seat is taken so she takes the rear seat and then goes for chorus “It’s Friday, Friday, Gotta get down on Friday” which sounds more alike Justin bieber’s “Baby, baby, baby ooh” later comes the rap-part which makes no sense either.
This song is at #19 on iTunes sales chart, The music video of this song became viral starting on Friday 14th March, 2011, the video count on YouTube was 4000 which is 31 million as of now, Speaking of audio the song is produced by Ark Music with heavy use of Auto-tune for pitch correction. The song received mainly the negative reviews and is considered as ‘Worst song ever’ with 23,221 likes, 191,911 dislikes 29,973 likes, 255,454 dislikes on Official Youtube Video. (more…)
Zara Sa - The Music Video - by Ali AshrafShackles of Vanity, Pain, Desire and Loss (bandish-e-Husn, bandish-e-Intizaar, bandishay-e-Iqrar, bandishay-e-Izhar) watch in FULL HD - FULL SCREEN - FULL VOLUME!Like it Share it … Replay it!Starring Nada Bangash, Sana Khan, Amna Khan and XamDirected by: Ali AshrafDOP:Jameel AhmedCamera: Arshad AltafAsst. Director: Ammama AhmadStyling & Design: Wajeeha SaifMusic Producer: Jonah BroackmanPresented by:AIN ProductionEcho Recordssinger/songwriter Ali AshrafHQ Audio trackhttps://soundcloud.com/aliashrafmusic/zara-sa-ali-ashraf