The cabbie was a desi who gave our heroine killing looks that vary from “humaree larki sharam-o-haya se na waqif hai aur goray ke sath akaylay ghoom rahee hai” to “aur agar ghoomna hi that au hum mar gaye thay kiya.” They were later shown roaming around Times Square, Broadway, streets of Manhattan and of course Central Park where they paid tribute to John Lennon.
After a long day of taking in sights and sounds of New York and of each other, they boarded another cab to go back to the airport.
They said their goodbyes and parted ways, she sat amongst the desi crowd in the lounge for the Pakistan bound flight while he roamed a different corner of the airport.
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It was a 25 minute long love story with minimal dialogues and a lot of background music. Kennedy International Airport where a shalwar kameez clad Pakistani dosheeza (played by a Bangladeshi actor) with no English language skills was wandering around the JFK, looking all harassed (just like the razia jo ke ghundon main phans gayee ho, although no ghundas were in sight).
Thankfully it was gora cabbie who minded his own business and dropped them off at JFK.They are delegates who are speaking our against human rights violations, environmental crises, gender equality issues, discrimination and injustice. Photographed in a simple white shift dress, Meghan posed alongside other inspirational women: former President of Ireland Mary Robinson, poet Fatima Bhutto and Loujain al-Hathloul, an advocate for women's rights.Elsewhere in the shoot, Emma Watson was pictured with participants of her Emma Watson Scholarship Scheme, which celebrates those who are doing important work to bring about gender quality.In the background, their father Prince Sidi Mohammed Muzzafar Khan (known to his circle as Poncho) is effortlessly working the dining room, his sunglasses pushed up on to his forehead.With the sunlight twinkling on the water and the Chardonnay glugging into the glasses, this looks like a scene of purest hedonism, but it's more complicated than that.