Haseena Moin has been one of the legendary script writers of Pakistan Television. Her block buster plays are still loved. She ruled the Pakistani television screen during the seventies, eighties and nineties. Her humor and characters are still fondly remembered. Her death is a great loss to this industry. In this post I’ve shared an article which I wrote on Haseena Moin which was published in The Nation, from Islamabad, in 1998. I had interviewed her in Karachi.
Writer’s Meetups are a wonderful way to interact with other writers and poets. This can also include screenwriters. It is good to share experiences, and get inspired by other authors and writers.
It was a Writer’s Meet-up held at Shireen’s Studio in honor of Matthew Vaughan. He is a missionary who has lived in Pakistan for over eight years now. He is sadly, leaving next month. So, it was a pleasure having him with us, and listening to him reading from his latest book.