First of all, please post a video of the noise you are describing. Sounds from inside the engine only happen when there is internal damage and if that is the case, no oil or additive will fix it and it will only get worse the more you drive it. I would suggest you go to Amjad at Roadrunner behind Tooba Masjid in phase I for a proper diagnosis.
As far as oil brands are concerned, I used Zic extensively at first but I noticed it was prone to sludge buildup. Switched to Liquimoly and promptly lost a big end bearing. Amjad said stay away from that junk as the added moly has a tendency to clog the oil filter and cause low oil pressure. In any case, it is an expensive oil to run, especially if your engine consumes oil. Since then I've been running Castrol GTX. No sludge, no oil leaking through the turbo. I did bump up to 20w50 though since I have a high mileage engine. Otherwise, 10w40 is an excellent choice for our high heat conditions.
A word on synthetics and oil with extended change intervals: you can run the oil 7000, even 10000 km, BUT you MUST change the oil filter at 3000-4000 km, and the air filter at every oil change. We have a lot of airborne dust and dirt in Karachi and that eventually gets through your air filter, and past the piston rings into the oil. This is the number one reason for premature engine wear.