Fatima Azeem

Fatima Azeem

A Social Sciences student at SZABIST. She is passionate about all things that aim for the heart - specially books, music and movies.

Why I chose SZABIST over IBA and LUMS

“SZABIST” That’s where I studied. It is also the one word response I am most-likely to give in professional get-togethers because it is the most common question to be posed at me. During grad-school, at dinners, get-togethers, meet-ups, internships, interviews – in fact, wherever I meet new (or even old) people, this word is my go-to response, my safe haven. This one word is my identity. And because of this one word, I have come across many varied responses. For instance, my friends from the University of Karachi (KU) would say: “Ah! That place is just like my nani ka ghar (maternal grandmother’s house). Is it even ...

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‘Half Girlfriend’ only half satisfying

“Classes can wait. Love can’t.” Chetan Bhagat almost never fails to induce a million “aww” moments into his readers’ experiences with his stories. The writer, who gained immense fame and glory for his best-selling novel Two States (also turned into a movie), is everything one associates with love and drama. Half Girlfriend is Bhagat’s newest contribution to romance and literature, and most definitely, Indian cinema. Based on the life-changing events in two people’s lives, the novel promises a flush of contemporary Bollywood. The story revolves around Madhav and Riya, who are people from Mars and Venus, literally. Madhav, being a small town Bihari boy, finds it hard to ...

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