Here we have the best Pakistani Quotes from famous authors such as G. Willow Wilson, Mira Nair, Sonny Mehta, Saba Qamar, Sajid Javid. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
Either you‘re this, or you’re that: either you’re – if you’re a Pakistani, you’re a terrorist; if you’re an American, you might be a militarist. Those kind of prisms that we see each other through are really stultifying, and they don’t often show the complexity and the incredible warmth and encompassing of the world.
There are distinctions between Indian and Pakistani writers.
When it comes to gang-based child exploitation, it is self-evident to anyone who cares to look that if you look at all the recent high-profile cases, there is a high proportion of men that are of Pakistani heritage.
Pakistan has accepted some security training from the CIA, but U.S. export restrictions and Pakistani suspicions have prevented the two countries from sharing the most sophisticated technology for safeguarding nuclear components.
The Golden Temple, Sikhism’s holiest shrine, is in northwestern India near the Pakistani border, and it is a delightful place to contemplate the draw of faith.
Pakistani prisoners are safe in Indian jails. We are a responsible government.
In India, people have greeted me with great love. Not as a Pakistani, but as a singer. They respect me and I feel very much appreciated.
I am happy that I am getting a chance to play for Hampshire, because wherever I play, at the end of the day, I am recognized as a Pakistani, and if I do well, it is Pakistan cricket that gets a good name.
The Pakistani writers are addressing change and what’s happening today in the world. There is something completely contemporary in this writing.
When generally people make race-based jokes to me – even if they’re not technically racist, they’re sort of based on me being Pakistani or whatever – on Twitter, you know, I block a lot of people who say something weird about my name or something. It does bug me generally, but it is all about context.
I was terrified of being on camera. I was worried that whatever I would say, people would assume I’m speaking for every Muslim, every Pakistani, or every Middle Eastern person. That’s a lot of pressure. But it also got me excited about what could be done, because I am a representative for people who are underrepresented.
Pakistani men are great-looking. Now I know where all the good looking men in the sub-continent are hiding!
We want to make Pakistan a safe place for every Pakistani regardless of his faith or ethnicity.
Pakistani actors and everything come later, but first comes my country. I don’t know anyone apart from my country, and nor would I like to know anyone.
Hindi films are watched with keen interest in Pakistan, as Pakistani plays are watched in India. Pakistani actors also work in the Indian entertainment industry.
In a general sense, I think it’s bad to bring too much money into climbing, since it takes away a little from the beauty of the mountains. But at the same time, I can’t blame the Nepali government – or the Indian, Pakistani or Chinese, depending on where you’re climbing – from wanting to capitalize on foreign climbers.
I was born and raised in Essex, just outside London, to a financially comfortable, well-educated Pakistani family.
Pakistani politics is complicated, and I think it’s not something a foreigner can easily assimilate and understand.
I’m human. As human as any Indian. And every Pakistani is as human as every Indian.
Pakistani and Bangaladeshi infiltrators should be thrown out from the country, and there shouldn’t be any compromise on the issue.
When we carried out air strike across the border after the Pulwama terror attack, we had told the international community that we took that step in self-defence only. We had told the international community that the armed forces were instructed not to harm any Pakistani citizen or its soldier during the strike.
I have tremendous respect for Pakistani artistes, they are very talented, especially where music sense and melody is concerned.
I want to be the first Pakistani, like some of our counterparts in India, to really go out and show that we Pakistanis can even be successful outside Pakistan.
I am the first Pakistani actress who got the opportunity to work with Shah Rukh Khan as the main lead.