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The Vibrant Aesthetics, 1986–2003.


A uniform that lasted decades and etched in our memories the most, was created by a well-known Pakistani dress designer Nahid Azfar and was introduced by the airline in October 1986.

The Shalwar Kameez outfit was made available in four colours. Moss green and old rose for summer and burgundy, PIA green for winter. The bags and shoes were in burgundy, and for the winter there was a burgundy coloured overcoat.

Competition for the new uniforms for the Air hostesses of PIA in Karachi, Pakistan.
Year:1960 , ...


In the 70's these shorter shirts and straight pyjamas were inspired by Pierre Cardin's design of the PIA hostess uniform.




Momi Gul Durrani.


Momi is seen here in airline's 1950s cabin crew uniform. She was one of PIA's highly trained & professional cabin crew members of 1950s and 1960s. She was tall, fair with film-star looks. PIA had featured Momi in its many advertisements and it is said that when she smiled, she made others smile.
Renowned singer Nayyara Noor left us for her heavenly abode a year ago.

وطن کی مٹی عظیم ہے تو۔۔عظیم تر ہم بنا رہے ہیں۔۔۔وطن کی مٹی گواہ رہنا۔۔معروف گلوکارہ نیرہ نور کو ہم سے
بچھڑے ایک برس بیت گیا————-

May be an image of 1 person and smiling

Sultan Rahi​


Rugged looks, brawny and stocky, with an aggressive style of dialogue delivery. Sultan Rahi the Pakistani film superstar was the ultimate action hero and firmly established himself as the biggest film personality from Pakistan. He was a Pakistani version of Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Sylvester Stallone, and James Bond all rolled into one with a Punjabi touch.

He appeared in over 800 movies. Starting his career playing as a villain or character roles he gradually progressed to a hero. However, following the phenomenal success of Maula Jat (1979) he, in tandem with Mustafa Qureshi, was considered essential in any Punjabi movie hoping to succeed. He played the most number of 'title roles'.

Some of his major films include Maula Jatt, Sher Khan (1981), Chan Veryam (1981), Kaley Chore, and Sakhi Badshah (1996). A one-man film industry power-house during the 1980s and 90's he had an extremely successful film career which came to a tragic and premature end with his assassination in January 1996.
An artist singer with humility, simplicity n dignity!
Nayyara Noor ...

Ghulam Farid Sabri and Maqbool Ahmed Sabri with their LP record.
Date: 1979



Khalida Riyasat has won may hearts with her brilliant acting. She started her drama journey in the 1970s with Naamdaar, alongside famous Pakistani actor, Shakeel.

However, she reached new heights after she was cast in Bandish, a PTV drama serial penned by Hasina Moin and produced by Mohsin Ali.

Khalida's acting alongside late actor Moin Akhtar in an extraordinarily humourous long play, Half-Playt, by Anwar Maqsood, is still recalled by many.

Blast from the past!
On the set of Ptv most famous drama serial Tanhaiyan, Shehnaz Sheikh, Marina Khan, Badar Khalil, Durdana Butt & Imtiaz Ahmed Sahib with director Shahzad Khalil.

Blast from the past! Cast of Ptv Drama Serial "Tansen" (1990)...


Sajid Hasan, Tahira Syed, Haseena Moin, Shakeela Hasan, Zeba Bakhtiar, Khawaja Najam Hasan and Asif Raza Mir.
Today marks the 93rd birth anniversary of the esteemed Pakistani actor, Muhammad Ali.Born on April 19, 1931, in Rampur, India, Muhammad Ali initially began his career as a broadcaster at Radio Pakistan Hyderabad station in 1956. Under the guidance of Director General Zulfiqar Ali Bukhari, he transitioned to Radio Pakistan Karachi, setting the stage for his acting journey.

In 1962, he made his debut in the film industry and went on to star in 94 films as the lead actor, earning him the Nigar Awards a record ten times. Known as the 'Emperor of Emotions' to his fans, Muhammad Ali played a pivotal role in the flourishing period of Pakistani cinema.

Married to fellow actor Zeba, the couple was affectionately known as 'Ali-Zeb.' Muhammad Ali also established the Ali-Zeb Foundation to support struggling artists across the country.

His contributions to cinema earned him international recognition, being named one of Asia’s top 25 actors by a global media survey. He was honored with the Pride of Performance and Tamgha-e-Imtiaz awards for his outstanding achievements in the arts.

Although Muhammad Ali passed away on March 19, 2006, in Lahore due to a heart attack, his legacy in Pakistani cinema and his humanitarian efforts continue to inspire generations.


Apr 19, 2024
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