About Maha Dania Qazi

Maha holds a Masters Degree in International Security from Georgetown University USA as well as a Teaching Certificate in Elementary Education from New Jersey. She is currently working in the field of education. She dreams of opening a school of her own one day. Maha loves to write, read, travel, and do sports and yoga. She believes in becoming the best version of herself. She has travelled widely, and has engaged in voluntary and non-voluntary work on multiple occasions: Developments in Literacy in Washington D.C and SOS, Islamabad Pakistan, to name a few. Maha loves watching a good Bollywood film occasionally and lives by the motto: Count each day as a blessing and practice more gratitude.

Burning Brownie Café Review “I’m someone who prefers the creative process over business” Ammar Mumtaz, owner of arguably Islamabad’s most go-to café, contemplates over the success of his Islamabad venture. Ever since it was officially launched in 2015 at the upmarket Beverly Center in Islamabad, The Burning Brownie has taken indulgence to an entirely newContinue reading

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MARY POPPINS RETURNS  “Everything is possible, even the impossible.” – Mary Poppins You don’t need to remember the first movie or be familiar with it to enjoy this festive extravaganza with some new characters. I was inspired to watch “Mary Poppins Returns” because it’s a movie that conjures magical moments and meaningful messages for kidsContinue reading

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Movie Review:  ‘Pinky Memsaab’  4 minute read ‘Everything looks glittering from afar but it’s crumbling as you get closer’ – Pinky Set against the glittering Dubai skyline, Pinky Memsaab tells us the story behind the stars. We witness how the lives of the privileged rich are played out and intertwined with the lives of theContinue reading

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Bohemian Rhapsody – A FUCHSIA Review                                                                 “We’re four misfits who don’t belong together, playing for other misfits.”  Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody  Making a Continue reading

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Karamel Cookies: Is it worth the calories?   Karamel Cafe, a Karachi based cookie company, recently opened its doors in Islamabad at the newly upmarket Beverly Centre, F-F/1. I decided to visit before you can say K is for Karamel! Karamel Cafe: The Inspiration  The inspiration behind Karamel is Sheena Khan, who started out with aContinue reading

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You don’t want to miss watching “A Quiet Place”! The film might belong to the horror movie genre, yet it is far more sophisticated than that. A Quiet Place is a compelling psychological thriller set in an apocalyptic world. The plot revolves around a close-knit family with young kids. We see the couple (Emily BluntContinue reading

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“If you don’t value someone’s dreams, it doesn’t mean their dreams don’t have value.” Romeo – Cake You Won’t Be Served A Piece of Cake but A Spoonful of Reality “Cake” the movie is NOT a feel-good saccharine sweet film as the name will have you believe. It’s a quirky, catchy title – a bitContinue reading

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T’Challa/Black Panther: You’re so stubborn you won’t make a great queen. Nakia: I’m going to make a great queen BECAUSE I’m stubborn. Black Panther is a film that is audaciously bold in its cast and story and executed with sleek sophistication. Swag and substance come together in sync. It’s probably no coincidence that the filmContinue reading

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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi', the eighth installment in the Star Wars franchise, takes place not long after the events of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This franchise is like a sequel to The Force Awakens, with mostly the same characters and a few new ones. There is a clear message that the old guardContinue reading
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