Let that be a surprise If I were prime minister I would… that you play your own game and never tell anyone the rules!!! To be insensitive and heartless If I need to chill out I… The school I am attending is this very life and there I learnt… My erratic schedules My favourite place to having out is… That now we don’t need any other introduction any where in the world. says it all One thing I would change about Pakistan is… After meeting Obaid-Chinoy recently in Islamabad, Sharif had vowed to “rid Pakistan of this evil by bringing in appropriate legislation”.Obaid-Chinoy won her first Academy Award in 2012 in the same category for Saving Face, which was about a British-Pakistani plastic surgeon who treats victims of acid attacks.
There have been instances of women being killed after they were seen without appropriate clothing in public. A silver and grey dress that I got from Span and pair of blue jeans. Sana Safinaz and Umar Sayeed The last book I read was… That I can be very cold and insensitive at times (which is true but well deserved too) I would love to have dinner with.. These days, It’s the way my country is being destroyed and betrayed. When we almost crashed while flying from Barcelona to Venice. The filmmaker took to Facebook to announce: “Pakistan, we just won our 2nd Oscar!!”Talking to Pakistani media on Monday, Obaid-Chinoy said the Oscar will go a long way in addressing the issue of honour killings in Pakistan.In other instances, women were murdered by male relatives when someone passed a comment about them.“These misplaced notions of honour continue to survive in our society particularly in rural areas,” said Saad Zuberi, who works with Obaid-Chinoy.Wearing a floor-length black coat by designer Sana Safinaz over a matching dress, she earlier walked the red carpet with her mother and the team from SOC Films.“This is what happens when determined women get together,” she said as she accepted the golden statuette.In 2015, Pakistan’s Senate or upper house of parliament passed the Anti-Rape Laws (Criminal Laws Amendment) Bill and the Anti-Honour Killings Laws (Criminal Laws Amendment) Bill, both moved by Pakistan People’s Party lawmaker Syeda Sughra Imam.Imam said honour killings are common throughout the country but official figures do not include unreported cases or, indeed, the number of men who are often killed alongside women in the name of honour.