By Mohammad Malick
ISLAMABAD: In the late ‘70s, Indian superstar Amitabh Bachan was known as the ‘angry young man’ of Bollywood. His motto: If it moves, kick it; if it sneers, kill it; if it smiles, kiss it. In the ‘90s, Mian Nawaz Sharif took over as the angry-lost-young man of Pakistani politics. His motto: if it’s red-black-green, bash it; if it’s khaki and moves towards you, smash it; if it makes sense, trash it.Read More »What do Amitabh, Nisar, Nawaz, Gilani have in common?