About Rabia Mughni

Rabia stays involved in various social causes. Believing in creating equal opportunities for underprivileged kids, she helps The Citizens’ Foundation, Pakistan, to create awareness of the need for providing quality education to children. At the same time, she is also involved with Singapore-based VWO, 4PM's Ramadan on Wheels project by supporting it through the FUCHSIA platform. At FUCHSIA, Rabia oversees the Marketing and Public Relations work. She is also part of the Editing Team in conceptualising articles and monthly issues.

'When I came to Karachi, I wanted to become famous over night, koi barri cheez bun jaaon ga, (become a big star)...but within a week I understood that aisa kuch nahin hai, I have to work hard, I have to earn a living, I have to survive. I even forgot why I had come, allContinue reading
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If you are the mother of a baby girl, you will often find yourself the focus of envious stares at shops and parties, with comments like "Oh, how lucky, it's so much fun shopping for girls." In all honesty, (as a mom of 2 girls) you do smile secretly on the inside, because those commentsContinue reading
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When I heard that Bin Roye, the drama, is starting on HUM TV, I didn’t find myself all that interested. (Thanks to the movie, which I explain in a while ...) Then, one day, for no reason, I ended up watching the first few episodes, and that's it ... since then I've been hooked, andContinue reading
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If you had to take me to a show, it would not be a circus. ‘Circus is so old school’, thought I.  It's something we went to as children. Even if today's Circus features some daredevil stunts, all this death-defying activity is for others. Not for me. This is because I am not, or rather,Continue reading
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Chandler’s sense of humour, Monica’s obsession with cleanliness, silly-but-adorable Joey, strange-but-irresistible Phoebe, mismatched-but-perfect Ross-and-Rachel; how I miss them all and wish they would start the series again. F.R.I.E.N.D.S. is one series that I can watch anytime it airs, and every time I do, it can make me smile. So it’s only natural that when IContinue reading
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Here we are: FUCHSIA in conversation with Adeel Husain Dobara Phir Se. Whether in Shukk, Mora Piya, Mera Naseeb or the more recent Mohabat Subh Ka Sitara Hai and Jackson Heights, our Lawrencepur Man - has given Pakistani drama lovers many brilliant performances. FUCHSIA couldn’t get hold of Adeel when his first movie, Ho MannContinue reading
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Here we are: FUCHSIA in conversation with Adeel Husain Dobara Phir Se. Whether in Shukk, Mora Piya, Mera Naseeb or the more recent Mohabat Subh Ka Sitara Hai and Jackson Heights, our Lawrencepur Man - has given Pakistani drama lovers many brilliant performances. FUCHSIA couldn’t get hold of Adeel when his first movie, Ho MannContinue reading
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As I walked up the spiralling roads of Hunza wadee, the breathtaking view made me completely oblivious to the wide-eyed stares following me around. Not that it would have bothered me in any case, as I am quite used to people staring at me. But suddenly the whispers, “Kashaf, Kashaf” some slightly higher pitched thanContinue reading
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Driving on a Sunny Singaporean morning, I came across a beautiful song on KISS92.3. It immediately caught my attention, and I found myself humming the tune. “I am gonna dance all night, just you and me.” The vocals were strong and the music was catchy. I was further intrigued when I discovered that the songContinue reading
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