Bagging the Award at IPPAWARDS 2017- Dr. Muhammad Nasir

Making celebrities look their best is something that doesn’t come easily to a lot of people in the typical South Asian society. The trend isn’t just true withing South Asia but is a world-over phenomenon. From cosmetic surgery to rhinoplasty, fillers to botox and even hair transplant. Aesthetic surgery is a fine form of art that brings out the individual’s best of features with the help of medically advanced technologies.

Quality art of aesthetic surgery isn’t readily available in Pakistan hence,  many individuals prefer moving to Dubai in order to achieve the desired results from aestheticians and surgeons, abroad. Dr. Muhammad Nasir, Principal Hair Transplant Surgeon M.B.B.S. (K.E), R.M.P., Member AIT (Singapore) Member ISHRS (USA),
Member ESHRS (France) and CEO Hair Club has recently been awarded the Best Aesthetic and Hair Transplant surgeon award at the most happening Awards of the town IPPAWARDS2017

Dr. Nasir had been successfully managing his ever difficult profession of beautifying celebrities who honor our screens for years and years. Many renowned actors, anchors, and even sportsmen have been the successful, living case studies of Dr. Nasir that serve as an inspiration for many.

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The perfect surgery performed on these celebrities are enough of a testimonial for future patients to know and understand from. It was indeed a moment of pride for all of us to have a special award being rewarded to Dr. Nasir for his undoubted hard work and dedication towards his profession.

Wishing Dr. Nasir the best of luck for his future ventures ahead and looking forward to much more of his success stories from around the world.

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‘Breaking Barriers’-Emerging Talent at IPPAWARDS2017, Komal Nasir

There’s lots of glitz and glamour that encircle the upcoming Pakistani Mega Awards, taking place at a foreign destination for the first time in London. International Pakistan Prestige Awards 2017, is set to showcase and acknowledge some of the greatest celebrities in Pakistani industry who shared their best performances in drama, movies, fashion and more over the year 2016-17.

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The platform is set to present awards to some of the best performances of the year 2016, which includes some amazing movies that hit the cinema, dramas that touched our hearts and designers, singers and activists that blew us away with their magnificent talent. One of the brightest stars to be nominated this year in the category, ‘Best Emerging Talent’ is Komal Nasir. A designer that steps away from the conventional design attributes of various Pakistani designers and put forth her creativity and imagination in the a traditional and modest way, ever.

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Komal Nasir has been showcasing her designs in three basic categories Shawls, Scarves and Capes. Her designs are covered with intricate, embroidered detailing. Embellished with the additional tasseled detailing and trendy cuts. Komal Nasir, a graduate in Home Economics believes that it is indeed unfortunate to not be able to find a matching dupatta that actually compliments the entire designer outfit. Mostly, the dupattas are kept of lighter materials and colors that keep the focus more inclined towards the basic part of the dress. After getting rave reviews about her personal creations, Nasir expanded her passion into her profession and is now successfully dealing with clients in the UK, USA, UAE and also Pakistan.

‘Her work shows her innate fondness for intricate embellished embroidery. Resham, Marrori, Sequins and Gota work that are unmistakably rich and bespoke’- FashionCentral.pk

Given the opportunity, Komal is now part of the most anticipated Award Platform, IPPA2017 and she is looking forward to the votes of all the women she had truly inspired throughout the way through her personal efforts and the others through her masterpieces.

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More can be known about Komal and her nomination by clicking the link here. You can go and cast your votes in support of Komal Nasir on the official IPPA website (link in hyperlink). Details about the event, participation, celebrity updates can be viewed from their official Facebook and Instagram pages, and also via PakistaninVogue

The Twisted Tale of Viral Social Media Debate

It doesn’t take much for an innocent post to turn into an online dilemma, a heated topic and viral content later on that ends up on almost all the local media publishing pages. So what is it that makes a post questionable? What are some of the most debated, and #hottopics that may help you get some easy overnight fame on a Facebook group, maybe.. Consider the example below that shows how something completely ‘I would call it’ stupid, catches the attention of the ‘group-nazis’ and then the ripple keeps on getting wider and deeper.

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A supposedly ‘expert’ marketer found it highly ‘stupid’ and somewhat ‘offensive’ (on pure marketing merit) to have received a promotional SMS for a sanitary napkins campaign. What happens next? Well, the gentleman puts up a screenshot with a caption that just reads, ‘what the heck?’. Now the term WTH is pretty broad when it comes to trying to decipher the emotions enclosed. This is where it got attention from all the different angles available in any mixed gender, intellectual group!

a. The actually confused audience asking for clarification because duh, they can’t see the obvious

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b. The most common but the most important ‘feminist’ perspective

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c. A pinch of something sane that apparently fails to grab much attention

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d. The ‘popcorn’ worthy pro vs. anti-feminism, cat fight

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e. Then there are the ones who have a very good time adding their irrelevant 2 cents to the thread
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f. Some ‘on-point’ sarcasm or trolling, as we call it.

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g. And last but not the least trying to save your sinking ship with an irrelevant Federal Public Notice!

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This is just one, petty example of how something very naive grabs the attention of the masses just because people mostly refer to the thread underneath while completely ignoring the question, topic, idea, referred to, with the post. Nazis, feminists, realists, haters, trolls have an equal share towards the agenda. Where, media publishing agencies are always bloodthirsty about content that creates more controversy than there already was, threads like these with added screenshots spread across different WhatsApp and social media groups; ladies and gentlemen, give you a viral ‘useless’ story!