The dynamic duo that has been gracing our insta-feeds, entertaining us with their dubsmashes and behind- the-scene videos are ready to share screen space in 7 Din Mohabbat In. Yes you guessed it right, we are talking about the new age Pakistani heaththrob Sheheryar Munawwar and the woman with the face that can launch a thousand ships (and movies!), Mahira Khan.
The poster of the movie already has jumping with excitement has the two leads seem like they are upto no good. The film, scripted by Fasih Bari Khan, brings to life a story of a young man (slightly inexperienced, we are assuming) man on a journey to find his true love. However, a romcom is hardly a romcom without its fair share of personal and external obstacles that the lead must overcome to get to their happy ending.
Mahira plays Neeli, the protagonist Tipu’s (Shehreyar Munawar) cousin and confidante. Will Neeli help Tipu find his ladlove or will the movie take some unexpected but rather subcontinental turn? We can’t wait to find out!
The films is a star-studded affair with seasoned actors like Javed Sheikh, Hina Dilpazeer, Adnan Shah Tipu, Amna Ilyas, Mira Sethi and Aamir Qureshi.
7 Din Mohabbat In releases on Eid ul Fitr this year.
Money Matters – Saving Tips for Over-spenders
Do you zero out your accounts each month and go broke until the next paycheck comes in? Do you feel guilty about all those impulse purchases you could’ve done without? Sounds like you’re a chronic over-spender (like me).
While it may not be easy to spot your own overspending habits, the good news is, it’s never too late to curb your overspending. Here are 4 tips on how I started saving up.
Save up and then spend
Living from paycheck to paycheck can be tough especially when you’ve chipped away at your savings already. If you’ve got two bank accounts, the best way to make sure you don’t spend too much on unnecessary stuff is to transfer half your salary to another account and forget about it. Once you get this 50%-rule right, it’s a smooth road ahead.
Pack up some lunch for work
You never realize how much you spend on food till you start packing lunch from home. This gets not only your healthy eating habit on track but also helps save some extra cash every week. You can always treat yourself to a delicious meal on Fridays (TGIF!).
No expensive hangouts
Hanging out with friends doesn’t have to burn a hole in your pocket. As much as we all love meet-ups at swanky coffee places, it’s best to limit those high budget plans to once a month. Alternatively, you can always meet your friends for some ‘Karak chai’ at a dhaaba near you.
Maintain a spreadsheet
If you have diversified streams of income, putting down all your expenses and income in a spreadsheet is the best way to keep a tab on how much you’re spending vs. how much you’ve saved.
Got more saving tips to share? Share with us in the comments below.
Safest places for solo female travelers
If you’re a girl-on-the-go whose heels get itchy every 3 – 6 months for some globe-trotting, you’d know just how difficult it is to plan a trip. Weather, cost, visa, and convenience are some of the things every traveler has to consider in detail before planning a trip. However, one factor that bothers most female travelers is the safety of traveling alone and what places are ‘female-friendly’.
We’ve listed down 5 travel destinations that are safest for girls traveling alone along with a whole lot of fun.
Iceland ranked #1 on the Global Peace Index, a report released by the Institute for Economics and Peace gauging the peacefulness of regions and countries around the world; obviously, it had to be number one on our list too. If you’re a nature’s child, this place has several selfie-perfect attractions such as the Blue Lagoon and Northern Lights.
Also touted as the hub of fashion, food, and glamour, Italy has slowly but surely become the glamour capital of Europe. Walking on the cobbled streets of Italy lauded with culture and heritage gives a sense of empowerment and enlightenment at the same time. Florence, mainly known for its architecture, is an ideal safe place for a solo traveler who also is an undercover history, architecture and culture lover.
If you’re a clean freak with a hint of OCD, Singapore will be your playland minus the mess, obviously. With futuristic buildings, clean, and safe environment, this South East Asian beauty is the perfect place for the girl who looks for art in architecture, loves shopping and never says no to delectable cuisines.
Tim Hortons, Maple syrup, and snowstorms, there are so many reasons Canada pops up on our newsfeed but not many people know that it’s also the safest place for solo female travelers. Experience Europe for less and head to Montreal. With its scenic riverfront Old Port, history museums, an array of restaurants offering scrumptious cuisines, and old cobblestone streets leading to 17th-century buildings, Montreal gives you the European experience on a budget.
Auckland, New Zealand
Also known as the Land of the Kiwis, New Zealand is one of the most visited places by solo travelers. It is extremely safe, has breathtaking views, and so many outdoor activities to keep your itchy toes satisfied.
Which travel destination is on your list?