Meesha Shafi writes about re-inventing the classics.

Meesha Shafi writes about re-inventing the classics in DAWN news. Read full article below:

 

MEESHA SHAFI AND ADEEL HUSSAIN STAR IN THE NEW SPRITE ADVERTISEMENT.

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Her second this year as Sprite’s brand ambassador. This is the first time she has lent her voice to a jingle.

BHARKA DE SAYYAN SPRITE SE!

Produced by: The Vision Factory

Director: Asim Raza

Meesha Shafi gives first ever interview with her mother; veteran actor Saba Hamid.

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“A lot of people don’t realise this, but a lot of hard work goes into getting where you are before finally being noticed.”

– Meesha Shafi

 

Watch the interview here:

The Reluctant Fundamentalist – London Premiere

On the red carpet with Mira Nair for the premiere of The Reluctant Fundamentalist. BFI London Film Festival
On the red carpet with Mira Nair for the premiere of The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
BFI London Film Festival

Meesha’s profile on Coke Studio 7 Website

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Check it out on the Coke Studio Season 7 website…

Meesha Shafi in the Coke Studio 7 line-up

The Express Tribune: “After a winter of upheaval at Coke Studio, the popular musical show is set to return to television screens in September. On Thursday, Coca-Cola unveiled season seven’s lineup featuring 23 artists and 22 musicians.

This season’s line-up includes: Abbas Ali Khan, Abida Parveen, Abrarul Haq, Akhtar Chanal Zahri, Asrar, Fariha Parvez, Humera Channa, Javed Bashir, Jawad Ahmed, Jimmy Khan, Komal Rizvi, Meesha Shafi, Momin Durrani, Naseer Shahab, Niazi Brothers, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahma Ali, Sajjad Ali, Sanam Saeed, Usman Riaz, Ustaad Raees Khan, Ustaad Tafu Khan, Zoe Viccaji and Zoheb Hasan.” Read More…

Meesha Shafi is on the Pakistani Academy Selection Committee (PASC) for the 87th Academy Awards

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Meesha Shafi: “Looking forward to playing my part in the Oscar Selection Committee. What a treat to watch and critique some of the most promising Pakistani films of the year. This is precisely the kind of incentive our filmmakers need to actively produce great cinema and most importantly, dream big!” Read More…