Kamran​​ ​is the Director General of the Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA) where he has been heavily involved in numerous conservation projects over the years that have gone a long way in the restoration of art and culture in the vibrant city of Lahore. Some of his most well-known conservation projects – in collaboration with the Aga Khan Trust for Culture – include the Wazir Khan Mosque, the Shahi Hammam, and the walled city of Lahore (as a whole), to name a few. Lashari also introduced street tourism to Lahore’s Old City, tourist rides via the popular ‘Rangeela Rickshaws’ and trained a number of walled city residents as tour guides. Apart from his focus on the restoration of Lahore’s heritage sites, Kamran has organized a number of festivals and events – from culinary competitions, to performing arts festivals and a yearly photography exhibition (called ‘Wekh Lahore’).