Best pakistani dramas 2012

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Television may be considered as small screen entertainment but it has given us immense quality amusement through big names in terms of actors and successful drama productions – from the old days of PTV to the recent times of private channels.

This year began with all eyes glued to Khirad and Asher’s tragic love story in Humsafar, eventually introducing us to Durre- Shehwar’s life and later making us witnesses to Aiman’s Maat to her overambitious sister Saman.

Dawn.com gives you a list of some of the productions that deserve a tribute for making our year so entertaining.

Humsafar:

Humsafar, which started in the last quarter of and went on until March , took Pakistanis by storm. Not only was the audience in Pakistan going crazy over it but it had major ratings coming in from everywhere in the world. Humsafar amidst highly positive and some negative comments became a huge hit. Written by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Sarmad Sultan Khoosat, Humsafar was a story about a forced arranged marriage which eventually turned into a romantic relationship between the couple only to be maliciously destroyed later.

Khoosat’s epic direction and the way he weaved the words into perfect frames was impeccable. Humsafar was a perfect example of how a simple story, put together brilliantly with strong art direction, captivating acting and soul stirring music, can hold the audience spellbound.

Maat:

Maat was the story of two sisters, Aiman and Saman who belonged to a low income household. Saman, the younger sister who dreamt of making it big in life, was arrogant and materialistic, while Aiman, the older one was compassionate, loving and believed in sacrificing.

Written by Umera Ahmed, the production featured a straightforward storyline, dialogues full of impact and excellent performances by Aamina Sheikh (Aiman) and Saba Qamar (Saman). The drama also featured Adnan Siddiqui (Faisal) as Aiman and Saman's cousin and romantic interest.

Bilquis Kaur:

Bushra Ansari has been in the entertainment industry for over three decades and is probably the first female actor to make her mark on the comical side of local entertainment. Over the years, she has perfected all kinds of roles from those she played in fifty fifty to Neeli Dhoop and to the recently popular Bilquis Kaur.

In Bilquis Kaur, Ansari aka Billo is shown as a stern, humourless woman who is living in New York since 30 years with her family. She portrayed a woman who stood by her traditional beliefs and forced them upon the life of her children. Trouble came when her younger son Sultan (Ahsan Khan) married the bold and confident Soha (Syra Yousuf).

Directed by Adnan Ahmed and written by Faiza Iftikhar, the drama also stars Sadia Imam, Saleem Sheikh, Adnan Jillani, Nadia Afghan, Khalid Ahmed and others. Where Ansari gave a power-packed performance, the rest of the actors really helped her making this play a huge success for the audience who waited every Sunday to find out more about different layers of Billo and her family.

Durre-Shehwar:

Umera Ahmed’s writings gave us yet another hit.

In this serial, the plot revolved around two couples from different generations exploring the intricacies of life, relationships and their share of problems. Packed with smart dialogue and gripping performances by the cast which included Samina Peerzada, Qavi Khan, Nadia Jamil, Noman Ejaz, Sanam Baloch and others.

Director Haissam Hussein’s beautiful depiction about complexities of married life be it in today’s urban setting or yesterday’s traditional times, showed how certain issues are common in every relationship. It also depicted how powerful a role a woman can play when giving her marriage every bit of patience and resolve possible.

Shehr-e-Zaat:

After Humsafar, Mahira was back with her beauty and charm on screen, this time as Falak in a production called Shehr-e-Zaat. Falak was a beautiful yet unsympathetic character who was shown to be self-centered, loathing poverty and despising ugliness.

Director Sarmad Sultan Khoosat was clear in what he wanted out of Falak’s character, settings and the people that surrounded her. Mahira did justice to her role as a selfish young girl who was head over heals for Salman Anser (Mikeal) and later as a vulnerable, dejected woman looking for God’s help and guidance in her life. Umera Ahmed gave the audience another master piece which made many think about the importance of righteousness and humility in their lives.

Kaafir:

Humayun Saeed’s negative role in Kaafir actually made one feel disgusted by his character. This drama proved how his star quality and ability to reach to the audience never fails. The good vs. evil; directed by Shahid Shafaat gave us the story Shahan Ali Khan (Humayun Saeed) who is living a dual life; in front of his family he pretended to be virtuous but resorted to his evil and malicious side when away from them. The twists were woven captivatingly into the narrative although the play did go a little over board with its bold dialogues and settings.

Mora Piya:

How brilliantly the lead actors Aamina Sheikh and Adeel Hussain managed to take the entire drama on their shoulders despite its drifting script and weak story-line. They shined until the last episode, making viewers tune in simply for their performance as a couple in love whose lives were hit by a tragic incident.

Zard Mausam:

Zard Mausam was a kind of ‘desi’ version of Cinderalla, but this desi Cinderella was not at all perfect and pleasant as the one in the fairy tale. Taking similarities from it, this narrative was about girl whose life changed after her mother's death and how her step mother (Sania Saeed), who was the actually the first wife of her father (Faisal Rehman), mistreated her and made her life miserable. Saeed in the step-mother’s role stole the show with the helplessness and hatred she portrayed along with other dimensions of her character.

Mera Yaqeen:

Here is a powerful message: if you believe in God things can turn in your favour, you just need to hang in there with a strong faith.

Asfand (Faisal Qureshi) and Maha (Savera Nadeem) is a happily married couple whose lives take a turn for the worse when Maha met with an accident and was left paralysed. She then forced her husband to get remarried to her friend Nazish (Nimra Bucha) who had been divorced twice already. Nazish kept the house and children together and but the problems started when Maha’s jealousy took over. Actors from our entertainment industry keep giving us brilliant performances which are often what glue us to the seats despite weak storylines. Mera Yaqeen is one such example.

The year brings to an end some great performances and outstanding screen plays, but we still have more to look forward to in the form of Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Kahi Ankahi and the upcoming play Mirat-ul-Uroos.

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For every Urdu speaking person on the planet, one fact holds true without the distinction of nationality, age and religion &#; it is the love for Urdu TV dramas. Pakistani dramas, the other name for Urdu drama, have been the crown bearers of quality ever since the first TV transmission from Pakistan rode the air waves.

Following is a thorough compilation of the best TV dramas (series/serials) to come out of Pakistan. Starting with the currently playing dramas, the list delves into productions of yore sifting through them chronologically. As can been seen, some years have come with far greater number of entries than others. PTV of the 80&#;s and 90&#;s has been a champion when it comes to producing classy drama. Though the technical facilities had been abysmal, however, the production quality, coupled with the depth of script and the level of direction had been top notch.

We have ensured to add the precise year when the shows have been telecast to keep it as wholesome for you as possible. Scroll through the screen, and decide what binge watching treat you&#;re going to indulge in this weekend!

Top TV Dramas Currently Running

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It&#;s a story of hushing up the true love with suppression and extreme brutality, which transfers from generation to generation. Firstly, grandmother put an brunt ember into her daughter in law’s mouth and then the same harsh ritual gets repeated with the grandson’s wife.

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A father is the head of the family who keeps the family together. This TV serial depicts how a father&#;s excessive hardships cause the children to rebel, resulting in a loss on both sides.

Bewafa surrounds around how a relationship can fall apart because of a wife’s extremely possessive and distrusting nature. As a result, it entices the husband to do exactly what the wife fears the most.

The primary theme of this drama is the concept of watta satta. It showcases how a tragedy can change relationships and people’s perception of the victim.

The story revolves around how mistakes made by women are never forgotten or forgiven by Pakistani society.

One of the hottest ongoing TV serials is essentially about the lives of an ordinary couple, who have different needs and mindset which slowly drifts them apart.

This drama is all about friendship and jealousy. It is a story of two friends who are very close to each other. But unfortunately, one of the friend&#;s envious nature destroys their bond completely.

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It is a story of two lovebirds who are in love with each other since their childhood but are unable to get together. There are different circumstances prevailing due to which the two cannot be together and their love story takes a different turn.

Mohabbat na kariyo is a story about Zara, a middle class girl who is in love with a well-off guy Asad. Their union is faced by strong dissent from Asad&#;s mother, Tasneem. To her, nothing matters more than one&#;s status in society. This impossible standard is what Zara fails to meet.

Yaariyaan is all about a woman who is unhappily married to a man she has no feelings for.

An emotive storyline which focuses on the woes of a female working in a corporate environment. Moreover, it also inculcates all the struggles that a woman typically faces at her workplace.

It is the story of a girl named Zara who is the orphaned cousin of Alizey; an insecure, selfish and jealous girl to the core. Alizey succeeds in creating obstacles for Zara’s upcoming marriage, making her love life a complete mess. How Zara comes out of this mess is one to look for!

There is mad love, deceit ad betrayal in this serial.

It is a journey of Momin and Momina, where former&#;s journey is to rediscover his roots while the latter&#;s journey is to maintain the livelihood of her family by fateful events their paths will join.

Hum TV

A story which surrounds around a group of high-spirited friends who help, support, and enjoy one another’s company as they overcome the hardships in their life.

The story of Daasi is basically about a vivacious and bubbly young girl and a strong successful businessman who find their way towards one another, and struggle to maintain their relationship amidst the struggle in their life.

Another classic drams which talks about the split personality disorder, where Zahid Ahmed is depicting a male character suffering from Dissociative identity disorder (DID), a psychological condition where in a person experiences two or more personality states taking control over the person.

A drama which has a fiercely heroine-focused plot which tells a story of a roller-coaster love saga.

Khaas is a story which revolves around an ambitious, young female who gets married to an established man. However, things do not shape as well post-marriage. That is when the man&#;s friend tries to emotionally support the female but it goes further worse.

It revolves around the dynamics of men and women, and the cruelty that can arise in feudal homes, when men do not give them the respect they deserve.

The story is about a young vivacious woman whose life changes forever when a she is thrown headfirst into a forced marriage.

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Shehrnaz is a story of an ambitious woman who dreams of becoming an actress. However, the family background and the resources doesn&#;t let her become one. The price of becoming one is unmatched.

A typical family story in which the wife of the lead character dies and children get busy. However, the man finds another young beautiful woman but things are not easy-peasy in their relationship.

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It’s exciting to have a jinni as a beloved and maddening when the ghost has a human rival. The clash of human strengths and supernatural powers creates an eerie impact that haunts you forever.

The story revolves around a married couple, though spoilt by their respective families, are desperate to escape this attention.

The story is about a couple who married secretly. Asad Malik has a negative role in the drama who left her 1st secret wife during her pregnancy.

  • Mera Naam Yusouf Hai ()

A love story of Yousuf and Zulaikha. It is about the challenges they face for their love.

It is a story about two sisters. It revolves around the concept of wishes and desires of a human being. If not uncontrolled they can lead a person towards disaster.

  • Dumpukht &#; Aatish-e-Ishq ()

A story which highlights the orthodox point of view concerning the norms and traditions in the villages in Pakistan. The story will portray the reality as to why and how people go and interact with peer’s in villages and is it really beneficial or not?

It is a unique story as it covers the struggle of two girls, they tries to get rid of the tradition where girls are treated like a commodity.

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Zahra belongs to a lower middle class family and Maliha comes from an upper class household, yet their class difference has never threatened their unbreakable bond.

  • Mera Saaein ( &#; 11)

A story revolving around the life of a feudal lord, who&#;s pursuit of an inheritor.

Kaafir revolves around a girl, who is an outspoken strong soul. On other hand, a strong and powerful channel head who considers himself a and is an atheist. Things take a worst turn where the non-believer gets humiliated by the girl and the latter swears revenge from her.

It is about emotions that still exist within few inhabitants of an emotionless society of New York, as they have their roots back to the socially bonded society of Pakistan.

A story of transition of a lower middle class girl, Umm e Kulsoom!

  • Main Gunahgar Nahi ()

It is a tragic story of a young woman, whose world turns upside down after she becomes the victim of a barbarous crime.

Hamza Ali Abbasi plays the role of a young man as he struggle to win the woman of his dreams.

A tragic story of a young woman, who is violated and pillaged by her own brother in-law. She is unable to find any support from her family and loved ones.

On this earth, a mother can sacrifice her own life for you. But can any mother take away the life of her own daughter?

Story of trust, relationships and regrets, revolving around five people with different backgrounds.

In Dil Lagi, strong women breathe new life into a story of unrequited romantic love.

Suhana [lead character] is a young energetic girl studying in university. She belongs to upper class family but her family has religious background, and are firm and sacred.

It is a story of Nayel who is in search of a girl for marriage but his mother always has a problem with every girl she looks for him.

  • Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai ()

The drama is an eye-opener as its small run left a number of parents with questions about how they treat their daughters.

The story of Ghairat revolves around honor killing.

It talks about how social media can become a curse for some one&#;s life and destroy everything. It is a mirror for today&#;s young generation,which has become so blind in love that they even forget their parents and rest of family or friends.

A story which exhibits a Hindustani family that was divided mercilessly before the partition of Pakistan by the unfortunate time incidents. The drama also has a political take, including British Raj, All-India Muslim League and Indian National Congress.

It is a story about love, betrayal, selfishness and its psychological effects.

This series follows the stories of seven separate women who are brought together coincidentally when they ride in the same train compartment.

Inspired by a real-life incident, this story is based on the brutal truth of our society that is &#;child abuse&#;. There is an increase in the victims in recent years, and there is a dire need to create awareness about this social issue.

It highlights this issue in a very dramatic manner, revolving around the story of Shafay, who is an AIDS victim without knowing the fact that how it has happened to him.

The series follows the story of a limping girl who finishes every one in her way in order to gain her own prosperity.

The story of &#;Khudparast&#; revolves around how multiple lives are destroyed for the sake of happiness of one self-obsessed girl!

Koi Chand Rakh is an extraordinary tale of love, obsession, sacrifice, and heartbreak.

It is a story of two individuals from different backgrounds who became victims of their circumstances and are destined to spend their whole lives with each other.

Cheekh is the journey of a woman who fights for justice for her closest friend. A story of a strong-headed and outspoken girl and believes in speaking the truth at all times.

  • Kaisa Hai Naseeban ()

A wonderful journey won our hearts for what it was, an eye opener with the harsh realities of life, presented as they our.

As the name suggests, it is a story in which an elder sister in law is extremely jealous of the younger sister-in-law which destroys both their lives.

It revolves around the journey of a girl who faces marital abuse, and wants to be free from the marriage, but is afraid of facing the wrath of the society.

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It means two roads/decisions leading in different directions. The story explores a love triangle between a guy and two girls, the girls both coming from very different social classes, and the push of individual desires against duty to family.

  • Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat ()

A not-so-typical Pakistan comedy series.

  • Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat ()

Dolly ki Ayegi Baraat is a Pakistani comedy-drama and the sequel of hit drama Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat.

It is a serial that not only deals with the issues of marriage, divorce and domestic violence but also recognizes the strength, talent and courage of the modern Pakistani woman.

  • Taakay Ki Ayegi Baraat ()

Takkay ki Ayegi Baraat is a Pakistani comedy-drama twhich is the third installment of its kind. It is a continuation of the hit Dolly ki Ayegi Baraat in the Evernew&#;s popular storyline of Kis Ki Ayegi Baraat.

  • Khuda Aur Mohabbat (, )

A young college graduate from a modern elite family from Islamabad falls in love with the daughter of an Imam.

The story has some interesting twists and turns with Tooba getting forcibly acquainted with his drunk cousin Zavyar, Wahab marrying Meena, Ramis getting brutally beaten up by Wahab&#;s men.

  • Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat ()

Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat is a Pakistani drama sequence of the Kis Ki Aayegi Baraat.

It is a blend of human choices impacted on by fate itself. The destiny is already decided high above the skies, it is an individual’s choice which path they take….wrong or right!

The show tells the story of strict customs and rituals of feudal times and its impact.

The plot of Adhoori Aurat revolves around an innocent and educated girl, Maryam who lives happily with her parents and 2 siblings, brother Sultan and younger sister Aminnah.

It is a story of rich money launder and male protagonist, Faisal Qureshi who plays the role of Bashar, who is involved in corruption and uses wrong means to earn money. He loves his two sisters and can do anything for them.

The story is about a a poor girl Qudisya who gets married to Aaliyan accidentally. When her in laws called off the wedding because Qudsiya’s parents fail to fulfill their dowry requirements.

It is about a young woman (Mawra) who is innocent, fun-loving and bubbly by character she liked Amaan (Faysal Qureshi). Maryam puts forward the proposal of marrying Faisal Qureshi and they happily get married and Maryam lives a life of bliss.

  • Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai ()

It is a tale of a young girl whose husband left her when she changes her focus from him to their kids.

  • Hari Hari Churiyaan ()

The plot unfolds a complex tale of love and revenge. The bubbly Aiman Khan is in love with her cousin, played by Wahaj Khan. However, family politics plagues their relationship and Khan ends up marrying Hasan Ahmed.

The theme of Malkin revolves around selfishness, social behavior towards the family structures, and conspiracies.

Khan is the story of a homicidal kingmaker, who has strong influences in making and demolishing government.

  • Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hai ()

The story of a love triangle between three cousins. Each must make sacrifices in the name of love and family.

It focuses on the issue that how selfish a person can behave, when they get a little hope for the better future, even they forget their present belongings and relationships.

A sister struggle to avenge the murder of her only brother who was killed by a short tempered politician only son.

  • Ab Dekh Khuda Kia Karta Hai ()

It is a tale of a corrupt businessman who harasses innocent girls by offering them a job in his company. When Maryam, one of his employees, rejects his preposterous demands, he falsely blames her in a scam.

A middle-aged, well off, family oriented man loses his love interest after his two sisters creates chaos.

A plot surrounds around a middle-class background, Zara Noor Abbas as Reham will be seen as a simple and shy girl who share a strong bond with her father. She&#;s committed to her cousin who is also very fond of her.

It follows the story of a very religious as well as meek girl. She comes in contact with a guy who comes from a liberal family. The two end up marrying each other but begin to experience problems in their marriage that leads to differences.

Hum TV

It is a story about the curses of poverty that lead to extreme kinds of materialism, how poverty defaces human emotions and turns blood relations into insecure parasites.

Essentially, the story revolves around two individuals who are close friends of fifteen years, living in the US. Both are secretly in love with each other. But when Danish goes to Pakistan to meet his mother, she rejects Zinia as she is too aged to be married.

  • Meri Zaat Zarra e Benishaan ()

A tale about a woman who was wrongfully accused of adultery and her daughter from the second marriage, who later finds the truth about her mother&#;s past as she herself gets married into the same family.

The drama depicts the story of Bano, a girl from a close knit Muslim family living in Ludhiana (located in undivided Punjab) in the pre era.

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  • Main Abdul Qadir Hoon ()

A unique story of a boy named Abdul Qadir (Fahad Mustafa). He has a heart of gold whose life goes through many twists and turns because of people around him trying to influence him.

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This drama narrates a story about two sisters, Aiman and Saman who belonged to a low income household. Saman, the younger sister who dreamt of making it big in life, was arrogant and materialistic, while Aiman, the older one was compassionate, loving and believed in sacrificing.

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To fulfill her mother&#;s dying wish, middle-class Khirad marries elite Ashar. But those who disapprove plot to turn Ashar against his wife. Probably the greatest drama serial lately.

It is a story of Balwant Kaur and Iqbal Bhatti, a Pakistani-origin couple with a conservative lifestyle that has been living in New York for 30 years.

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  • Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu ()

The drama follows the lives of two Columbia students, Haniya Sajjad and Ibad Uzair.

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The drama shows the trials and tribulations a woman has to go through in order to win the love of her husband.

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  • Mere Qatil Mere Dildar ()

Maham, a working woman falls in love with Umer and later gets married to him. Subsequently, she discovers that the man who had been stalking her is actually Umer&#;s brother, Bhaktyar.

The story revolves around a beautiful day-dreamer, only child to very rich parents. She is a student of fine arts who makes the sculpture of the man of her dreams and falls head over heels in love when she finds the breathing manifestation of it in Salman Ansar (Mikaal Zulfiqar).

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  • Zindagi Gulzar Hai ()

A tale about Kashaf, daughter of a school teacher manhandled by her father considers men trickily and life unfair, but Zarun&#;s true love convinces her to give up this thinking. She ends up marrying him

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A Pakistani drama serial about the love triangle story of a young man and two women.

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It is a story of two best friends who are paternal cousins, Arzoo and Kiran. Former is a rich girl who loves her rich maternal cousin Sikandar. On the other hand, Kiran&#;s cousin Adnan likes Kiran but couldn&#;t propose her due to his financial condition and his sister&#;s marriage.

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  • Mohabat Subh Ka Sitara Hai ()

It revolves around a poor orphan girl, Romaisa (Sanam Jung), who lives with her cruel and money-minded aunt (Farah Shah).

A beautiful, romantic, and sensuous story, which revolves around Dania (played by Saba Qamar) and Bunty (Played by Noman Habib).

The story focuses on gender biasness and the difference between the classes in terms of the affluence level.

Diyar-e-Dil follows the lives of a dysfunctional family led by Agha Jaan and his grandchildren, Wali and Farah. It is told in a heavily serialized manner.

This series revolves around a girl who is struggling for the rights of women after being abused by poor mentality people of the society.

The story revolves around two neighbors. They live in a provincial town in Sindh. Manahil, nicknamed as Mannu is best friend of Salahuddin&#;s younger sister Beeya (Aiman Khan).

The story follows a family in a village with a young girl (Meera) who turns out to be extremely successful after being dumped by her lover. The drama also includes the story of Sajjo who marries again to Imtiaz for his shelter and help to raise her daughter but Imtiaz has his own intentions.

Sang-e-Mar Mar is a story of love and revenge, and lies that can annihilate families and relations. The story rotates around youth companions Shireen and Aurang.

It is a story of a young girl who was sold off by her family to the Chaudhry family where her brother had killed her fiancé.

The drama showcases the story of a young man Arish ( Feroze Khan) who is a carefree student engaged to a bossy Hina (Ramsha Khan) who has him by the leash.

It reveals how jealousy can lead to envy and eventually making people do horrendous things.

  • Alif Allah Aur Insaan ()

Alif Allah Aur Insaan is the story of trust and relationships, story revolves around five people from five totally different backgrounds and their faith and conviction.

The story is about a stubborn girl, Sassi (Sajal Aly), who makes her father Khayyam (Noman Ijaz) ideal and follows his footsteps and treats her mother Mumtaz &#;Mammo&#; (Irsa Ghazal) exactly like how Khayyam treats her.

Tale of three families. A girl who witnessed her mother murdered by her father. An educated family struggling to find its place in society.

  • Tau Dil Ka Kya Hua ()

This is the story of a girl who lives her life according to her father&#;s wishes.

Daldal is a drama with many lessons and a promising story. It reflects on the evil practices of society that are still being carried out to this day.

  • Dar Si Jati Hai Sila ()

The plot of Dar si jati hai sila revolves around the joint family, where Sila is engaged to her cousin Raheel. As the story reveals, it has been seen that she has been harassed by her Juwi Mamu.

It follows the story of Jiya-Arsal who are in Nikaah, living separately as the Rukhsati is yet to happen.

It begins with an orphan girl who is abandoned by her mother, a maid. The mother left her to protect her daughter from being sold by her alcoholic father. The mother asked her employer, Azra Mansoor, to raise Asma and she agrees.

Tawaan is a story of revenge. Two cousins who were engaged to be married. Shehroz&#;s father Irfan (Munawwar Syed) happens to be a lawyer who later fights all the legal battles for his son when he lands himself in trouble.

It revolves around two nawab families. Hania Aamir as Daneen and Shahzad Sheikh as Areesh will fall for each other but will have to confront their family norms in order to be together.

  • Ranjha Ranjha Kardi ()

One of the most iconic dramas in Pakistan&#;s television history. It&#;s a story about a slum girl (Noori) and the harsh reality of society. Noori has a dream to live a respectable life but faces too many hurdles to find that living standard

Storyline of Inkaar revolves around the plight and suffering of a brave girl, her battle against powerful and corrupt opposition and the flawed justice system.

A drama which is about a middle-class girl, Abru who tries to win bread for her family, and an upper-class, mysterious guy, Meer, who is the owner of Muraad Industries.

Sarah Khan will be seen as Warda who is a young, innocent girl and dreams of a fairytale after marriage. She falls in love with her colleague, Gohar Mumtaz as Haris and they both get married.

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A Pakistani social satire TV serial which revolves around a madrassa (school) where adults are provided an education in a satirical and humorous environment.

  • Khuda Ki Basti (, )

The novel is about life in a Karachi slum built after the independence of Pakistan in and about the struggles in the lives of poor people living there.

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  • Shehzori (early &#;s)

A young couple get married without telling their parents who do their best to split up the relationship. It focuses on the ups and downs of the couples marital life and how a strong woman, wins her evil father-in-law.

A comedy series which follows &#;Allan&#; shown as a clever business-minded person, coming up with some immoral tricks to earn fast money. He used to use &#;Nanha&#; as his stooge.

‘Uncle Urfi’ is a Pakistani expatriate in Canada, who returns home and the story goes on. The heroine, Beena, makes her entry in the third episode and joins the family of Uncle Urfi, who gradually takes interest in her but does not express his love.

An epic story of a brutal landlord&#;s decision to fight the government to preserve his elite status that he inherited from his ancestors.

The content of the show includes satire and parody, with some slapstick comedy. It is widely considered to be a trendsetter in its genre, with its content being ethnically balanced and written to respect all Pakistani communities.

It revolves around a young ambitious girl Sana Murad (Shehnaz Sheikh). Due to her father&#;s early death, her family is not so well-off and she dreams of being rich and prosperous like her friend Sara (Misbah Khalid).

The story of the drama revolves around a couple who comes to a city in search of work. This simple, innocent couple while performing their domestic-help jobs in different houses. The couple help many people in solving their problems.

  • Andhaira Ujala ( &#; 85)

The main theme of this TV series was to show a police team fighting crime in their locality in humorous situations.

It is the story of two sisters who lose their parents and go to live with their aunt.

This TV comedy drama is for those who appreciate the value of principles, family values, and respect for elders, and above all have an insatiable appetite for fun and humor.

The show centers on a team of doctors in a hospital in Karachi and revolves around their routines at the hospital and their private lives at home.

The drama is based on many stories on multiple issues of the society and indirect criticism of the Martial Law and the military regime in Pakistan and the electoral system.

It was a story of two prisoners who escaped from jail.

Story of a widowed nurse and a wounded soldier who met in Dhaka during leading to a life long relationship between them and how they had to struggle to create balance between new and old relationship.

A fictional guest house named Guest House located in a posh area of Islamabad. It is run by Mr. Shameem and his wife with the help of three permanent regular employees, Naveed, Murad and Rambo.

TV play about everyday life of army officers at Pakistan Military Academy.

It revloves around a couple whose relationship was on the rocks. Additionally, the play also helped dispel widespread stereotypes of stepmothers, who generally have the tag of being ‘evil’ in our society.

Story about a untroubled life who wishes to spend the best time with her entire family, live in the moment, believes that where there is a will there is a way and dreams about someone who will stand out.

  • Sitara Aur Mehrunnisa ()

The story was about two cousins Sitara (Atiqa Odho) and Mehrunnisa (Sania Saeed) and what problems they have to face after their marriages.

  • Manchalay ka Sauda ()

It&#;s a story of a spiritual journey of Irshad, a multi-millionaire divorcee, who looks for the truth about his inner self and his spiritual being

The drama shows the different roles of women in Pakistan. It compares the women in the village to the urban women.

A spiritually-based drama.

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The story is about a village girl named Marvi who goes to the city to study, with the aim to come back to her village and improve the living.

Directed by Abid Ali, this was the first drama serial which was shot abroad.

Captain Hamza is an Indian Army Captain and a Kashmiri by origin. After conflicts with the administration, he resigns from there and opens up a clinic for the poor but is persecuted for allegedly treating militants.

This drama showed how five friends who were highly educated decided to make their lives more purposeful by helping their country and people.

A sitcom which became very popular.

Another Pakistani comedy drama sitcom with quite a heavy cast.

Its a romantic and love story drama.

  • Alpha Bravo Charlie ()

A coming-of-age story of Faraz, Kashif and Gulsher &#; three friends who join the Pakistan Army. Their relationship is tested as they part ways to separate assignments in Bosnia, Siachen, and Lahore.

  • Boota From Toba Tek Singh ()

The main theme revolves around Boota (Faisal Qureshi) who moves from the small town Toba Tek Singh to settle and study in the larger Pakistani city of Lahore.

Debut drama serial of famous singer, Ali Zafar.

Story revolves around a couple, Mr. Mahmood and Mrs. Zaibunnisa. Mr. Mahmood is an angry person and always tries to suppress his wife. She files a case against him for divorce.

Story about a not so charming in Oas. She plays a forever complaining wife of Babar, who finds every bahana in the book to leave her husband every once in a while.

A king in the Mughal era is unable to maintain a stronghold over his kingdom. The women in his harem take advantage of his vulnerabilities and influence his decisions.

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A light comedy-drama serial, that follows the lives of overseas Pakistanis living in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of New York City in Queens.

  • Mere Humdum Mere Dost ()

Aimen, a year-old girl is raised by her mother Zainab in absence of her father Taufeeq. During her last days, Zainab wrote letter to Taufeeq and requested that he raises Aimen. Taufeeq receives the letter when he was about to leave for US with his wife Almas and son Sahir for his admission to an American university.

This is the story of a girl who lives her life according to her father&#;s wishes and tries to become a good wife but unfortunately she did not get any acknowledgement until her last breath.

It is a biographical based TV show on the famous, controversial Pakistani figure Qandeel Baloch who was murdered by her brother in the name of honor in July

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Best Pakistani Dramas of All Time

Best Pakistani Dramas of All Time is today&#;s Topic. Pakistani Dramas have evolved a great deal over the years. Back in the s and 80s, the writers put in a great deal of effort to come up with original scripts. There was also the trend of making meaningful comedy plays which served a bigger purpose and kept the viewers engaged as well. With the onset of the first private channel, things changed dramatically. There was more focus on making the dramas visually pleasing and there was also a time when the production houses started taking inspiration from Pakistani dramas which aired across the border. Luckily, that did not continue for too long and writers like Umera Ahmed, Faiza Iftikhar, Samira Fazal and others saved the day. The new production houses also put in all their efforts into bringing those viewers back who had stopped watching Pakistani dramas. This started a new wave of Pakistani dramas lead by many new private channels which continue to provide the viewers with quality entertainment even today.

This list contains dramas which aired from s to Anyone who wants to find out which Pakistani dramas were the best after can click on the links under this article because those years were covered by reviewit in the annual lists.

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Alif Noon &#;

Writer: Kamal Ahmed Rizvi
Director: Kamal Ahmed Rizvi
Producer: PTV
Cast: Kamal Ahmed Rizvi, Rafi Khawar & others.

Alif Noon was mainly the story of two friends who were completely different from one another, one was clever and the other one was extremely innocent. Each episode of Alif Noon covered a specific social evil and it did so without getting too serious. The comic timing of the actors involved and the wit of the writer made this series a treat to watch. Alif Noon was the most entertaining social satire till date.

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Waris &#;

Writer: Amjad Islam Amjad
Director: Ghazanfer Ali and Nusrat Thakur.
Producer: PTV
Cast: Abid Ali, Mehboob Alam, Uzma Gillani, Samina Ahmad, Firdous Jamal, Ghayyur Akhtar, Tahira Naqvi, Agha Sikander and others.

This drama is based on a the family of a feudal lord and his sons. The story revolves around the contrast between the sons and the paths they later choose in their lives which also results in family fued and their downfall. The story of Waris portrayed family politics in a gripping manner.

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Ankahi &#;

Writer: Haseena Moin
Director: Shoaib Mansoor and Mohsin Ali
Producer: PTV
Cast: Shehnaz Sheikh, Shakeel, Javed Sheikh, Jamshed Ansari, Saleem Nasir, Qazi Wajid, Behroze Sabzwari, Badar Khalil and others.

The story of one of the classics Ankahi is based on the struggles of a young girl belonging to middle class and how she is adamant on making the ends meet to support her family. This story showed that despite being clumsy and causing one problem after another, Sana is aware of her responsibilities and believes in doing what is right. Ankahi also shows a love triangle with Sana being the one making the final decision.

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Tanhaiyan &#;

Writer: Haseena Moin
Director: Shehzad Khalil
Producer: Shalimar Recording Company
Cast: Shehnaz Sheikh, Marina Khan, Behroze Sabzwari, Qazi Wajid, Yasmin Ismail, Durdana Butt & others.

Tanhaiyan is one of the best family dramas in the history of Pakistani entertainment therefore even today it is considered a classic. Tanhaiyan was a coming of age story which showed the struggles of its leading characters. It had a comic element and was emotional throughout. The strong characterizations and superb performances left a lasting impression on the viewers. It is one of those Pakistani dramas which can never get old.

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Dhoop Kinare &#;

Writer: Haseena Moin
Director: Sahira Kazmi
Producer: PTV
Cast: Rahat Kazmi, Marina Khan, Sajid Hassan, Qazi Wajid, Badar Khalil, Arshad Mehmood, Kehkashan Awan, Ishrat Hashmi, Azra Sherwani, Hameed Wyne and others.

Dhoop Kinare was the finest drama which revolved around the lives of doctors and everything that they go through. This drama showed doctors&#; lives in a very magnified and realistic manner. Dhoop Kinare gave everyone an insight that despite going through so much in personal lives, doctors never falter on their responsibilities. The staff room conversations and the love story of Dr. Ahmed Ansari and Dr. Zoya made this drama very special.

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Marvi &#;

Writer: Noor-ul-Huda Shah
Director: Sultana Siddiqui
Producer: PTV
Cast: Ghazal Siddiqui, Hassam Qazi, Mahnoor Baloch, Badar Khalil, Noor Muhammad Lashari & others.

Drama serial Marvi&#;s story revolved around a girl Marvi who leaves her village to get higher education in the city. This drama highlighted the feudal mindset and showed the importance of taking a stand as well as education. Even now Ghazala Naqvi&#;s first introduction is Marvi. This drama also had a massive impact on the viewers and proved to be an eye-opener &#; it was one of the first of its kind.

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Aanch &#;

Writer: Naheed Sultana Akhtar
Director: Tariq Jameel
Producer: PTV Karachi Center
Cast: Shafi Muhammad Shah, Shagufta Ejaz, Sami Saani, Mehak Ali, Shehla Solangi, Ayesha Khan, Mehmood Ali, Qaisar Naqvi, Farheen Nafees, Kunwar Nafees and others.

Aanch drama is one of its kind. Aanch brought to light the kind of story which was rarely discussed or depicted on TV before. It is a story about the relationship between a step mother and her step children. This drama beautifully showcased how perseverance, patience and love showered by a strong and patient woman makes it possible for her to earn a place in her step-children’s hearts.

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Dhuwan &#;

Writer: Ashir Azeem
Director: Sajjad Ahmed
Producer: Sajjad Ahmed
Cast: Ashir Azeem, Nabeel, Wajid Ali Shah, Zubair Khan Achakzai, Nazli Nasr, Nayyar Ejaz, Rija Amir & others.

Drama serial Dhuwan too was a complete package and a must watch for all those people who haven&#;t watched it. An extremely engaging and powerful play, this drama showed how five friends who were highly educated decided to make their lives more purposeful by helping their country and people. Their friendships and their objectives both kept the viewers hooked. These character made the viewers laugh and cry with them.

Pakistani Dramas 8

Alpha Bravo Charlie &#;

Writer: Shoaib Mansoor, Zia-ur-Rehman
Director: Shoaib Mansoor
Producer: ISPR, Shoman Productions
Cast: Qasim Khan, Abdullah Mahmood, Faraz Inam, Shahnaaz Khwaja, Aarshid Kazmi, Wiqar Ahmed, Hashmat Shaikh & others.

Alpha Bravo Charlie was a sequel of the mini series Sunehry Din but this drama gained much more popularity as well appreciation than its prequel. Alpha Bravo Charlie was another entertaining, meaningful and simply beautiful drama which showed how different young boys join the armed forces and grew with each other. The leading lady of this play was also its main attraction since her character was unconventional and appealing.

Pakistani Dramas 9

Doraha &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Mehreen Jabbar
Producer: 7th Sky Entertainment
Cast: Humayun Saeed, Sanam Baloch, Sonia Rehman, Adnan Siddiqui, Badar Khalil & others.

Doraha aired at a time when most people had given up on Pakistani dramas. Doraha&#;s story was somewhat simple but the performances and the execution was perfect. Doraha was also liked by the viewers because of the cast since all the actors performed really well. This was also the time when Pakistani dramas were short and to the point therefore even if you tune into Doraha today, you will enjoy watching it.

Pakistani Dramas 10

Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Baber Javed
Producer: 7th Sky Entertainment
Cast: Faysal Qureshi, Samiya Mumtaz, Adnan Siddiqui, Sarwat Gilani, Imran Abbas, Samina Peerzada, Ismat Zaidi and others.

Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan was based on the novel written by Umera Ahmed. It was a story of false accusation that the character of Saba faced and the humiliation and rejection that came along. Saba goes through the worst because the pious and most respected member of the family plots against her only because she can not accept Saba as her daughter in law. Meri Zaat Zarra e Benishaan was a melodrama which covered the destruction that Saba&#;s entire family faces because of one such incident.

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Malal &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Mehreen Jabbas
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Sarwat Gillani, Deepti Gupta, Faisal Rehman, Imran Abbas, Ismat Zaidi, Shamim Hilali and others.

Malaal was a story of two friends Danish and Zeenia. Zeenia loves Danish but because he ends up succumbing to the pressures, he leaves her in the lurch and gets married to Mahi. Malaal was a story showcasing how wrong decisions can affect everyone&#;s lives. It also focused on how selfishness ends up getting you nowhere. This drama had one of the best acting performances to its credit and the best part about this drama was that it highlighted the struggles of people of modern day and age in a realistic manner.

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The Baraat Series &#; to

Writer: Syed Mohammad Ahmed, Khadija Shah, Vasay Chaudhry, Bushra Ansari
Director: Marina Khan, Nadeem Beyg
Producer: Evernew Studio
Cast: Bushra Ansari, Javed Sheikh, Hina Dilpazeer, Saba Hameed,Samina Ahmad, Hassan Niazi, Ayesha Omer, Shehryar Zaidi,
Sana Askari, Arjumand Rahim, Samina Ahmad & others.

The Baraat Series titled Kis Ki Aye Gi Barat had 4 seasons which were thoroughly entertaining. Each season covered the wedding of a particular character. This series was the perfect combination of comedy and drama. Some of the characters were an instant hit and continued to be the highlight of every season.

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Daam &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Mehreen Jabbar
Producer: 7th Sky Entertainment
Cast: Sanam Baloch, Aamina Sheikh, Adeel Hussein, Nimra Bucha, Sanam Saeed, Faisal Shah & others.

Pakistani drama serial Daam was also one of those dramas which contributed greatly to the revival of Pakistani dramas at a time when most of the production houses were too busy copying our neighboring country, writers like Umera Ahmed brought back the charm of Pakistani dramas. Daam was the story of relationships, friendship and deceit beautifully penned down and presented on screen by the best people in the business.

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Dastan &#;

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Haissam Hussain
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Sanam Baloch, Samina Peerzada, Saba Qamar, Ahsan Khan, Fawad Khan, Mehreen Raheel, Affan Waheed, Babrik Shah, Saba Hameed, Daniyal Raheel, Anita Camphor and others.

Dastan drama was based on a novel by Razia Butt titled Bano. The story of Dastaan was based on the Indo-Pak partition and how it affected and changed the lives of people involved. The story revolved around the journey of the central character Bano who lived a comfortable life but later the idea of going to Pakistan and becoming a part of the new formed Islamic state made her go through the worst experiences of her life. Bano&#;s journey was filled with ups and downs and it was conveyed in a brilliant manner which made the viewers feel for Bano and every single character every step of the way.

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Mera Saeein &#;

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A&B Entertainment
Cast: Amina Sheikh, Sunita Marshall, Noman Ejaz, Mohib Mirza, Beenish Chauhan, Savera Nadeem, Faysal Qureshi, Saba Faisal and others.

Mera Saeein is a story of a feudal lord Malik Wajahat Ali who lets his desires rule him, desire for a son, for power, for wealth and desire to be with women and have a control over them. During this course, he meets a strong-willed woman who believes she can bring a change in Wajahat&#;s personality but she ends up becoming a rival of her best friend. Mera Saeein was all about greed and emotions that were conveyed brilliantly.

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Qaid e Tanhai &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A&B Productions
Cast: Savera Nadeem, Faysal Qureshi, Saba Hameed, Sunita Marshall, Syed Jibran, Neelam Munir, Lubna Aslam, Ismat Zaidi and others.

Qaid e Tanhai is a story of a family that goes through trials and tribulations. A young married couple facing financial difficulties and the mother in law controlling her son which lands his wife in trouble. Qaid e Tanhai is a story of longing and long-distance relationships, it focuses on how when a couple is distant, they start relying on other people for the sake of companionship. In Qaid e Tanhai it is also shown that what goes around comes around because the one who was responsible for distancing the couple ends up all alone too.

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Maat &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Amna Nawaz Khan
Producer: MD Productions
Cast: Saba Qamar, Adnan Siddiqui, Aamina Sheikh, Noor Hassan Rizvi, Shamim Hilali, Asad Malik & others.

The characters in this drama were black and white but this was an enticing play nevertheless. This was the first drama which showed sibling rivalry and one of the few Pakistani dramas in which the negative character stood out more than the positive one. Maat was an extremely popular drama and as a result a lot of writers copied the idea as well. Even now there are some dramas airing on television which are highly inspired from Maat.

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Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon &#;

Writer: Sarwat Nazir
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A & B Productions
Cast: Fahad Mustafa, Alishba Yusef, Aamina Sheikh, Faysal Qureshi, Sana Askari, Saba Hameed & others.

Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon was one of those very few Pakistani dramas of that time which showed the struggles of a young man and focused on the male protagonist at a time when most stories revolved around women. This was another coming of age story with a spiritual element to it. The role played by Fahad Mustafa in this drama was one of the best performances of his entire acting career which gave him a new introduction.

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Roag &#;

Writer: Faiza Iftikhar
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A & B Productions
Cast: Asif Raza Mir, Faisal Qureshi, Sumbul Iqbal, Shagufta Ijaz & others.

Drama serial Roag covered the sensitive topic of child rape at a time when such topics were considered extremely tabooed. Apart from this, it also covered many other pressures and challenges faced by young people. Roag set the bar really high and even today the dramas which cover such topics are often compared with it.

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Hamsafar &#;

Writer: Farhat Ishtiaq
Director: Sarmad Khoosat
Producer: MD Productions
Cast: Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, Naveen Waqar, Atiqa Odho, Behroze Sabzwari, Hina Bayat, Saba Faisal & others.

Hamsafar was the most gripping play of its time, it also had an unmatched fan following. It was the story of two people who are forced to get married, they fall in love and the rest of the drama covered the ups and downs in their relationship. Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan&#;s on-screen couple as well the fast pace of this show in the first few weeks won the viewers over completely.

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Mere Pass Pass &#;

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Misbah Khalid
Producer: MD Productions
Cast: Deepak Perwani, Nadia Jameel, Moammar Rana, Aysha Khan (senior), Faisal Shah, Ayesha Sana & others.

The story of Mere Pass Pass was unusual; it was the story of a man who falls hopelessly in love with a married woman. The beauty of this play lied in its simplicity, the perfect characterizations and a very engaging screenplay. Every character and actor left a lasting impact. The casting was faultless and all the actors shared superb on screen chemistry. There were times when the camera work wasn’t very impressive but overall the direction and editing was spot on.

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Khuda Aur Mohabbat &#; &

Writer: Hashim Nadeem
Director:
Season 1: Anjum Shehzad
Season 2: Syed Ali Raza Usama
Producer: Javeria Saud
Cast: Imran Abbas, Sadia Khan, Kubra Khan, Salman Shahid, Firdous Jamal, Khalid Butt, Shafqat Cheema, Fazila Qazi, Rambo and others.

Khuda aur Mohabbat was a drama based on the novel written by Hashim Nadeem. The story of Khuda aur Mohabbat was based on the journey of Hammad who goes from loving a human being to finding the love of his Creator through that. Hammad and Imaan&#;s short-lived love story was one of a kind. Their love goes through the scrutiny of societal obstacles and they don&#;t get to be together. This novel was dramatized twice. The first season that aired in covered half of the novel but the second season that aired in showed the complete story.

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Akbari Asghari &#;

Writer: Faiza Iftikhar
Director: Haissam Hussain
Producer: Six Sigma Presentation
Cast: Imran Abbas, Fawad Khan, Sanam Baloch, Humaima Malik, Nargis Rasheed, Asma Abbas, Rehan Sheikh, Nasreen Qureshi, Kiran Haq and others.

Akbari Asghari drama was based on the infamous novel Mirat ul Uroos written by Nazir Ahmed Dehlvi. The story highlighted the stark differences between two sisters Akbari and Asghari. This drama has a comic take on the theme of the story and the Punjabi humor made it one of its kind. This drama was a fine example of &#;never judging a book by its cover&#; and the realistic portrayal made it a very interesting watch.

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Pani Jaisa Pyaar &#;

Writer: Moomal Shunaid
Director: Sarmad Sultan Khoosat
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Saba Qamar, Mikaal Zulfikar, Juggun Kazim, Ahsan Khan, Samina Peerzada, Babrik Shah, Samina Peerzada, Firdous Jamal and others.

Pani Jaisa Pyaar is a story of rape victim Sana who is put through tough circumstances because of some wrong decisions made by her family. It also showcases how keeping the truth haunts Sana in her marital life but in the end, when she decides to take a stand for herself by putting her self-respect and mental peace before anything else, everything else shapes up. Pani Jaisa Pyaar was one of those few Pakistani dramas which gave a happy ending to a rape victim showing that what they go through is never their fault.

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Durr-e-Shehwar &#;

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Haissam Hussain
Producer: MD Productions & Six Sigma Entertainment
Cast: Sanam Baloch, Samina Peerzada, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Qavi Khan, Nadia Jamil, Noman Ijaz, Umer Naru, Syed Muhammad Ahmed & others.

This drama had some of the most heart-warming, soul-stirring and effective dialogues. Durr-e-Shehwar covered the story of two different generations and their attempts to make their marriages work. Durr-e-Shehwar is a classic which every drama fan must watch. If you haven’t watched it do give it a go, it will transport you in a world of its own right from the get-go. You cannot watch it without crying buckets of tears.

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Best Pakistani Dramas

Here is a list of Best Pakistani dramas we have made of best dramas in Let us have a look at the titles as well as short stories, production and writers of these dramas.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Baber Javed
Producer: 7th Sky Entertainment
Cast: Faysal Qureshi, Samiya Mumtaz, Adnan Siddiqui, Sarwat Gilani, Imran Abbas, Samina Peerzada, Ismat Zaidi and others.

Pakistani Drama Meri Zaat Zarra e Benishaan

Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan is based on the novel written by Umera Ahmed. It is a story of false accusation on the character of Saba who faced the humiliation and rejection that came along. Saba goes through a lot and even the worst because of the plots against her by a family member. Only because she can not accept Saba as her daughter in law. Meri Zaat Zarra e Benishaan was a melodrama which shows the destruction that Saba’s entire family goes through because of one such incident.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Mehreen Jabbas
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Sarwat Gillani, Deepti Gupta, Faisal Rehman, Imran Abbas, Ismat Zaidi, Shamim Hilali and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Malal

Malaal is a story of two friends Danish and Zeenia. Zeenia loves Danish but because Danish surrenders to the pressures, He leaves Zeenia in the lurch and marries Mahi. Malaal is a story that shows how wrong decisions can affect everyone’s lives. It also focuses on how self centered-ness gets you nowhere. This drama had one of the best acting performances to its credit and the best part about this drama was that it depicted the real and actual struggles of people of modern day.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Writer: Syed Mohammad Ahmed, Khadija Shah, Vasay Chaudhry, Bushra Ansari
Director: Marina Khan, Nadeem Beyg
Producer: Evernew Studio
Cast: Bushra Ansari, Javed Sheikh, Hina Dilpazeer, Saba Hameed,Samina Ahmad, Hassan Niazi, Ayesha Omer, Shehryar Zaidi,
Sana Askari, Arjumand Rahim, Samina Ahmad & others.

Pakistani Drama Series Baraat

The Baraat Series titled Kis Ki Aye Gi Barat had 4 seasons which were thoroughly entertaining. Each season showed the wedding of a particular character. This series was the perfect mixture of comedy and drama. Some of the characters in this series were an instant hit. They continued to be the highlight in every season.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Here is a list of Best Pakistani dramas we have made of best Pakistani dramas in Let us have a look at the titles as well as short stories, production and writers of these dramas.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Mehreen Jabbar
Producer: 7th Sky Entertainment
Cast: Sanam Baloch, Aamina Sheikh, Adeel Hussein, Nimra Bucha, Sanam Saeed, Faisal Shah & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Daam

Drama serial Daam is one of those dramas which contributed to the revival of Pakistani dramas. It was a great change when most of the production houses were too busy copying scripts from neighboring country. Writers like Umera Ahmed brought the charm of Pakistani dramas back. Daam was beautifully penned down. Its the story of relationships, friendship and deceit.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Haissam Hussain
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Sanam Baloch, Samina Peerzada, Saba Qamar, Ahsan Khan, Fawad Khan, Mehreen Raheel, Affan Waheed, Babrik Shah, Saba Hameed, Daniyal Raheel, Anita Camphor and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Dastaan

Dastan drama is based on novel by Razia Butt titled Bano. The story of Dastaan&#;s story is based on the Indo-Pak partition and how the lives of people involved were changed and affected. The story revolved around the journey of the central character Bano. She lived a normal life before the idea of going to Pakistan and becoming a part of the newly formed Islamic state. This made her go through the worst experiences of her life. Bano’s journey was filled with a lot of ups and downs. The experience was conveyed in a such a manner that viewers felt for Bano and every single character every step of the way.

Pakistani Drama Serial Mera Saeen

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A&B Entertainment
Cast: Amina Sheikh, Sunita Marshall, Noman Ejaz, Mohib Mirza, Beenish Chauhan, Savera Nadeem, Faysal Qureshi, Saba Faisal and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Mera Saeen

Mera Saeein is a story of a Sindhi lord Malik Wajahat Ali. He is the man of desires who lets his desires rule him. Besides power, wealth and desire to be with women, His biggest desire was a son. During this course, he meets a strong woman who lived and studied in UK. She believes she could change Wajahat’s personality. But she ends up becoming a rival of her best friend. Mera Saeein was all about greed and emotions that were conveyed brilliantly

Pakistani Drama Serial Qaid e Tanhai

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A&B Productions
Cast: Savera Nadeem, Faysal Qureshi, Saba Hameed, Sunita Marshall, Syed Jibran, Neelam Munir, Lubna Aslam, Ismat Zaidi and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Qaid e Tanhai

Qaid e Tanhai is a story of a family that goes through a very hard time in terms of emotions. A young married couple faces financial difficulties and the mother who controls her puts his wife in trouble. Qaid e Tanhai is a story of the cons of a long-distance relationship. It focuses on how a couple that is distant, starts relying on other people for the sake of companionship. In Drama serial Qaid e Tanhai also shows what goes around comes around. The one who was responsible for distancing the couple ends up lonely too.

Best Pakistani Dramas

Here is a list of Best Pakistani dramas we have made of best Pakistani dramas in Let us have a look at the titles as well as short stories, production and writers of these dramas.

Pakistani Drama Serial Maat

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Amna Nawaz Khan
Producer: MD Productions
Cast: Saba Qamar, Adnan Siddiqui, Aamina Sheikh, Noor Hassan Rizvi, Shamim Hilali, Asad Malik & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Maat

Maat is based on a novel by Umer Ahmed. This was the first drama which showed sibling rivalry. Saman (Saba Qamar) and Aiman (Amina Shaikh). Saman is greedy and outspoken girl who wants to marry someone rich someday. Aiman, is a simple girl who would marry wherever her parents say. Saman rejects a proposal of her cousin who is in love with her because he is poor so his mother asks for Aiman&#;s proposal which was his mother&#;s first choice. The story starts taking an interesting twist as Saman&#;s brother in law (the cousin who proposed to her) gets rich.

Pakistani Drama Serial Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon

Writer: Sarwat Nazir
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A & B Productions
Cast: Fahad Mustafa, Alishba Yusef, Aamina Sheikh, Faysal Qureshi, Sana Askari, Saba Hameed & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon

Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon is one of the very few Pakistani dramas even in today&#;s time which showed the struggles of a young man instead of a woman. The story was focused on the male protagonist in the time when most stories revolved around women. The story starts with a young mama&#;s boy to a hot and spoiled grown up guy to a religious fella. The story has a spiritual element to it and how its is seen in modern societies.

Pakistani Drama Serial Roag

Writer: Faiza Iftikhar
Director: Babar Javed
Producer: A & B Productions
Cast: Asif Raza Mir, Faisal Qureshi, Sumbul Iqbal, Shagufta Ijaz & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Roag

Drama serial Roag was based on a very sensitive topic of child rape at a time when these subjects were considered extremely tabooed. Apart from this, it also covered many other circumstantial pressures and challenges faced by young people. Roag set the bar really high in the Pakistani drama industry that even today, the dramas which are based on such topics are often compared with it.

Pakistani Drama Serial Humsafar

Writer: Farhat Ishtiaq
Director: Sarmad Khoosat
Producer: MD Productions
Cast: Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan, Naveen Waqar, Atiqa Odho, Behroze Sabzwari, Hina Bayat, Saba Faisal & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Humsafar

Hamsafar was the most gripping play of its time, it also had an unmatched fan following. It was the story of two people who are forced to get married, they fall in love and the rest of the drama covered the ups and downs in their relationship. Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan’s on-screen couple as well the fast pace of this show in the first few weeks won the viewers over completely.

Pakistani Drama Serial Mere Pass Pass

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Misbah Khalid
Producer: MD Productions
Cast: Deepak Perwani, Nadia Jameel, Moammar Rana, Aysha Khan (senior), Faisal Shah, Ayesha Sana & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Mere Pass Pass

The story of Mere Pass Pass was unusual; it was the story of a man who falls hopelessly in love with a married woman. The beauty of this play lied in its simplicity, the perfect characterizations and a very engaging screenplay. Every character and actor left a lasting impact. The casting was faultless and all the actors shared superb on screen chemistry. There were times when the camera work wasn’t very impressive but overall the direction and editing was spot on.

Pakistani Drama Serial Khuda Aur Mohabbat

Writer: Hashim Nadeem
Director:
Season 1: Anjum Shehzad
Season 2: Syed Ali Raza Usama
Producer: Javeria Saud
Cast: Imran Abbas, Sadia Khan, Kubra Khan, Salman Shahid, Firdous Jamal, Khalid Butt, Shafqat Cheema, Fazila Qazi, Rambo and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Khuda Aur Mohabbat

Khuda aur Mohabbat was a drama based on the novel written by Hashim Nadeem. The story of Khuda aur Mohabbat was based on the journey of Hammad who goes from loving a human being to finding the love of his Creator through that. Hammad and Imaan’s short-lived love story was one of a kind. Their love goes through the scrutiny of societal obstacles and they don’t get to be together. This novel was dramatized twice. One in and the other in

Pakistani Drama Serial Akbari Asghari

Writer: Faiza Iftikhar
Director: Haissam Hussain
Producer: Six Sigma Presentation
Cast: Imran Abbas, Fawad Khan, Sanam Baloch, Humaima Malik, Nargis Rasheed, Asma Abbas, Rehan Sheikh, Nasreen Qureshi, Kiran Haq and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Akbari Asghari

Akbari Asghari drama was based on the infamous novel Mirat ul Uroos written by Nazir Ahmed Dehlvi. The story highlighted the stark differences between two sisters Akbari and Asghari. This drama has a comic take on the theme of the story and the Punjabi humor made it one of its kind. This drama was a fine example of ‘never judging a book by its cover’ and the realistic portrayal made it a very interesting watch.

Pakistani Drama Serial Paani Jesa Pyaar

Writer: Moomal Shunaid
Director: Sarmad Sultan Khoosat
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Saba Qamar, Mikaal Zulfikar, Juggun Kazim, Ahsan Khan, Samina Peerzada, Babrik Shah, Samina Peerzada, Firdous Jamal and others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Paani Jesa Pyaar

Pani Jaisa Pyaar is a story of rape victim Sana who is put through tough circumstances because of some wrong decisions made by her family. It also showcases how keeping the truth haunts Sana in her marital life but in the end, when she decides to take a stand for herself by putting her self-respect and mental peace before anything else, everything else shapes up. Pani Jaisa Pyaar was one of those few Pakistani dramas which gave a happy ending to a rape victim showing that what they go through is never their fault.

Mera Naseeb

Pakistani Drama Serial Mera Naseeb

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Adnan Ahmed
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Imran Aslam, Samina Peerzada, Sajid Hasan, Imran Abbas, Syra Yousuf, Sanam Saeed, Adeel Hussain, Bushra Ansari, Rubina Ashraf and more

Pakistani Drama Serial Mera Naseeb

The story of the drama revolves around with two girls, Shazia (Sanam Saeed) and Nazia (Syra Yousuf). It starts with both of them listening to the stories of their Phupi Ammi (Sakina Samoo). She tells them that they were born on the same day and the same time but to two different mothers. Shazia grows into an average looking and Nazia into a beautiful and fair skinned young lady. A fortune teller/ priest tells that fate of the two has been intertwined; whatever happens to Nazia will affect Shazia&#;s fate as well, but in a negative way. 

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Pakistani Drama Serial Durr-e-Shehwar

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Haissam Hussain
Producer: MD Productions & Six Sigma Entertainment
Cast: Sanam Baloch, Samina Peerzada, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Qavi Khan, Nadia Jamil, Noman Ijaz, Umer Naru, Syed Muhammad Ahmed & others.

Pakistani Drama Serial Durr-e-Shehwar

This drama had some of the most heart-warming, soul-stirring and effective dialogues. Durr-e-Shehwar covered the story of two different generations and their attempts to make their marriages work. Durr-e-Shehwar is a classic which every drama fan must watch. If you haven’t watched it do give it a go, it will transport you in a world of its own right from the get-go. You cannot watch it without crying buckets of tears.

Shehr-e-Zaat

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Sarmad Sultan Khoosat
Producer: Abdullah Kadwani Asad Qureshi and Momina Duraid Production
Cast: Mahira Khan, Mohib Mirza, Mekaal Zulfiqar

Shehr-e-Zaat

Shehr-e-Zaat revolves around a beautiful day-dreamer, Falak Sher Afgan (Mahira Khan), an only child to very rich parents. Falak is a student of fine arts who makes the sculpture of the man of her dreams and falls head over heels in love when she finds the breathing manifestation of it in Salman Ansar (Mikaal Zulfiqar).

Zindagi Gulzar Hai

Pakistani Drama Serial Zindagi Gulzaar Hai

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Sultana Siddiqui
Cast: Sanam Saeed ,Fawad Khan, Ayesha Omer, Mehreen Raheel, Sheheryar Munawar Siddiqui, Mansha Pasha, Sana Sarfaraz, Samina Peerzada, Javed Shaikh

Pakistani Drama Serial Zindagi Gulzaar Hai

A story of a simple and matured girl Kashaf, whose father left her mother because she gave birth to only daughters. Zaroon, who belongs to a rich family and elite class enters Kashaf&#;s life. But her personality and doubts about men (originated from her father&#;s nature) stand in the way of happiness.

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Pakistani Drama Serial Pyarey Afzal

Writer: Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar
Director: Nadeem Baig
Production: Six Sigma Entertainment
Cast: Hamza Ali Abbasi, Ayeza Kha, Sana Javed, Sohai Ali Abro, Saba Hameed

Pakistani Drama Serial Pyarey Afzal

The story starts in the city of Hyderabad where the protagonist Afzal Subhan (Hamza Ali Abbasi) son of Maulvi Subhanallah (Firdous Jamal) is playing Cricket. Afzal spends his time playing sports, cards and betting which his father despises. He has a crush on Farah Ibrahim (Aiza Khan), the mill owner&#;s daughter, and claims to receive letters from Farah which he reads in front of his friends, but does not disclose the name of the girl.

Dil e Muztar

Pakistani Drama Serial Dil e Muztar

Writer: Aliya Bukhari
Director: Shahzad Kashmiri
Production: Momina Duraid
Cast: Imran Abbas, Sanam Jung, Sarwat Gilani, Aijaz Aslam

Pakistani Drama Serial Dil e Muztar

The story revolves around Sila and Adeel&#;s love life. The story discusses the hardships they had to face because of their class difference despite being cousins. Sila is very close to her aunt (Adeel&#;s mother) but her parents dislike her despite of all her services. Adeel was also very close to Sila but, he never loved her or thought of marrying her because of how her parents treated his mother. Their marriage is also a result of a misunderstanding that turns Adeel cold towards Sila.

Numm

Pakistani Drama Serial Numm

Writer: Myra Sajid
Director: Ahsan Talish
Production: Amjad Hashmi
Cast: Fawad Khan, Sania Saeed, Kanza, Wayne, Usman Peerzada, Farah Shah, Munazza Arif

Pakistani Drama Serial Numm

The story of Numm is about strict customs and rituals of feudal times and its affects. The plot of the series revolves around three people: Fawad, Sania and Kanza. It shows how the unwise traditions and old customs affect on this triangular relationship. Fawad Khan as Wali Bakht Khan is the youngest and strongest member of the family. He is a UK graduate. After he returns from Oxford with a graduation degree, he is forced to marryNeelum Akbar Khan. But, later it is revealed that he was first married to Mahjabeen who is now a servant in his house.

Behadd

Pakistani Drama Serial Behadd

Director: Asim Raza First
Screenplay: Umera Ahmad
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Sajal Aly, Nadia Jamil, Adnan Siddiqui, Fawad Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial Behadd

The story of the drama revolves around the bond of a motherr, a daughter and friend. After the death of Masooma&#;s husband, a working mother, She devotes her life to her daughter Maha. As Maha grows, she begins to be extremely possessive of Masooma. Things take a turn when Jamal Ahmed enters Masooma&#;s life.

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Pakistani Drama Serial Bashar Momin

Writer: Zanjabeel Asim
Director: Syed Ali Raza Usama
Production: Babar Javed & Faisal Qureshi
Cast: Faisal Qureshi, Mariyam Khalif, Sami Khan, Jinaan Hussain, Maheen Rizvi, Ushna Shah

Pakistani Drama Serial Bashar Momin

Bashar Momin, the most expensive drama ever made in Pakistan. It can be categorized under the genres of jealousy, love, hatred, romance and suspense. It is a story of a rich guy who loves his three sisters but, is ruthless to his wife Rudaba because of his sisters.

Digest Writer

Pakistani Drama Serial Digest Writer

Writer: Umera Ahmed and Madiha Shahid
Director: Syed Ahmed Kamran
Production: Larachi Entertainment
Cast: Saba Qamar, Gohar Rasheed, Maheen Rizvi, Agha Ali, Zhalay Sarhadi

Pakistani Drama Serial Digest Writer

Farida, a middle class girl, aspires to become one of the greatest digest writers. She faces a lot of social, economical, and personal barriers. Her family does not approve her love for writing, so she finds support outside of her home. Sheheryar Ahmed (a banker) admires Farida&#;s writing skills and acknowledges her passion. Their relationship goes through a lot of trouble to the point they are pushed out of their comfort zone.

Pakistani Drama Serial Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si

Writer: Wasi Shah
Director: Syed Atif Hussain
Production: Humayun saeed
Cast: Fahad Mustafa, Mawra Hocane, Jana Malik, Hassan Niazi

Pakistani Drama Serial Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si

The story of the drama revolves around a typical innocent woman Nadia whose husband is abusive. She gets married to her friend&#;s cousin Mohsin and is always abused by her husband and mother in law. Her brother-in-law supports her. She goes crazy when she is not allowed to leave the house with her father-in-law for her mother&#;s funeral. She gets pregnant with a baby which her husband claims is not his. One day, Nadia&#;s husband killed his boss for firing him and got in jail. He was declared to be hung, but before being hung he asks for an apology and admits that the baby is his. Nadia gives birth to a baby boy and marries her other cousin. Now, her terrible mother-in-law loses her sanity.

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Pakistani Drama Serial Diyar-e-Dil

Writer: Farhat Ishtiaq
Director: Haseeb Hassan
Production: Momina Duraid
Cast: Abid Ali Osman Khalid Butt Maya Ali Sanam Saeed Mikaal Zulfiqar Hareem Farooq Ali Rehman Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial Diyar-e-Dil

The story of Bakhtiyar&#;s family, which fell apart long ago due to the rebelliousness of his son, Behroze who refused to marry his father&#;s choice, Arjumand and instead chose to wed Ruhina Arsalan. The story gives a message of how important love and care is in a relationship.

Bin Roye

Pakistani Drama Serial Bin Roye

Writer: Farhat Ishtiaq
Director: Shahzad Kashmiri
Production: Momina Duraid
Cast: Humayun Saeed, Mahira Khan, Armeena Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial Bin Roye

Drama serial Bin Roye revolves around Saba (Mahira Khan) and Irtaza. The two grow up together and are best friends and cousins. Irtiza fulfills Saba’s all wishes and the two are quiet close to each other. Saba loves him right from the start but, Irtaza leaves for America for post graduation and meets his cousin Saman. They fall for eachother and get married after Saman’s parents die and she moves to Pakistan. Saba learns that Saman is not only her cousin but her sister but, the love turns into hatred when she learns the two are getting married. She curses saman on her wedding that she should have died instead of ruining her life and taking her love away from her. The two get married any way and move to America. Saba marries a guy in anger who has a secret that she keeps and lives with it without telling anyone. He never loves her. She divorces him. Irtaza learns the secret and she confesses her feelings for Irtaza in the end. They talk about this and they find different reasons for living happily.

Sadqay Tumharay

Pakistani Drama Serial Bin Roye

Writer: Khalil ur Rehman
Director: Mohammed Ehteshamuddin
Production: Momina Duraid
Cast: Mahira Khan, Adnan Malik

Pakistani Drama Serial Sadqay Tumharay

Pakistani drama serial Saqay Tumhare was based on the life of the series own writer Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar and aired on Hum TV. The Drama in which Mahira played as Shano opposite to Adnan Malik as Khalil. The drama series revolved around two cousins who get engaged in their childhood but, have never met with each other. After years when the meet each other they fall in love. But, twists and turns separate them and they struggle with their relationship. Loads of conspiracies were made to separate the two including Shanos’s mother hanging herself. The two after so many struggles finally unite

Pakistani Drama Serial Gul e Rana

Based on: Hasti Ka Ahang by Samra Bukhari
Written by: Samra Bukhari
Directed by: Farooq Rind
Starring: Sajal Aly and Feroze Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial Gul e Rana

The series revolves around a girl who is struggling for the rights of women after being abused by poor mentality people of the society. After marriage, men start to mistreat their wives. Gul-e-Rana (Sajjal Ali) tries her best to transform Adeel&#;s mentality about women and faces many problems. In the end, Adeel has an accident and transforms into a good person. It is shown in the drama that Gul-E-Rana leaves Adeel for some time and becomes an ordinary teacher.

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Udaari

Pakistani Drama Serial Udaari

Writer: Farhat Ishtiaq
Screenplay: Farhat Ishtiaq
Director: Mohammed Ehteshamuddin
Cast: Samiya Mumtaz, Bushra Ansari, Ahsan Khan, Urwa Hocane, Farhan Saeed, Hina Altaf Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial Udaari

The drama revolves around two close friends who are like sisters, Sheedan (Bushra Ansari) and Sajida (Samiya Mumtaz). Sheedan is married to Majid (Rehan Sheikh). Sajida is a widow. The story shows a family in a village with a young girl(Meera) whobecomes extremely successful after being dumped by her lover.

Man Mayal

Pakistani Drama Serial Man Mayal

Writer: Samira Fazal
Producers: Momina Duraid, Samina Humayun Saeed, Sana Shahnawaz, Tariq Shah
Director: Haseeb Hassan
Cast: Hamza Ali Abbasi, Maya Ali, Gohar Rasheed, Ayesha Khan, Aiman Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial Man Mayal

The Story revolves around two neighbors, Manahil and Salahuddin. When Manahil fails her exams, her father asks their neighbor Salahuddin to tutor her. They both fall in love with each other but, Salahuddin refuses to marry Manahil due to their class difference. He leaves Manahil and asks her to agree to Mikael&#;s proposal because he is rich and could take care of her better. Heart broken Manahil marries Mikael while Salahuddin leaves for Karachi to work at his friend Ifti&#;s firm. He meets Ifti&#;s father Rehman who has cancer and is treated poorly. He takes care of him and Rehman signs his will for Salahuddin. After six years Salahuddin is shown living a wealthy life where as Manahil is shown abused by her husband. Jenna, Salahuddin&#;s colleague falls in love with him and wants to marry him. When Salahudin finds out about Manahil, he regrets his decision of letting her marry Mikaeel and plans on getting her back. Later half shows trials of Salahuddin to prove his love for Manahil when she gets divorced from her husband and Jeena&#;s conspiracies to separate them.

Besharam

Pakistani Drama Serial Besharam

Writer: Sarwat Nazir
Director: Farooq Rind
Cast: Saba Qamar, Zahid Ahmed
Producers: Humayun Saeed, Shehzad Nasib

Pakistani Drama Serial Besharam

The story of Besharam revolves around three women, Sara (Atiqa Odho), Mashal (Saba Qamar) and Sofia (Fia Khan). The serial also has Malik Raza and Zahid Ahmed as the male figures of the story. Besharam deals with the social issues of fashion industry, upper-class family, and its struggles.

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Alif Allah Aur Insaan

Alif Allah Aur Insaan

Writer: Qaisra Hayat
Director: Ahson Talish
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Mikaal Zulfiqar, Ushna Shah, Shehzad Sheikh, Kubra Khan, Imran Ashraf, Sana Fakhar

Pakistani Drama Serial Alif Allah Aur Insaan

Alif Allah Aur Insaan revolves around five different people from five totally different backgrounds, faith and conviction. It highlights the concept of how the Creator, Allah rewards the people who believe in hard work and patience.

Baaghi

Pakistani Drama Serial Baaghi

Writer: Shazia Khan
Director: Farooq Rind
Producer: Nina Kashif
Cast: Saba Qamar Osman Khalid Butt Khalid Malik Ali Kazmi Sarmad Khoosat Yasir Hussain Nimra Khan Yasir Nawaz Ismat Zaidi Nadia Afgan Hareem Farooq Nomi Ansari Goher Mumtaz Ahmed Godil Irfan Khoosat

Pakistani Drama Serial Baaghi

Baaghi is biographical based TV show on the famous controversial figure Qandeel Baloch who was murdered by her brother in the name of honor in July The story revolves around a rebellious girl in a village who dreams of working in the Showbiz and falls in love with a guy who promises to fulfills all her dreams. He betrays her and refuses to do so after marriage. He makes her do all the chores of an ordinary woman and listens to her poisonous mother&#;s lies which makes him physically abuse her. She decides to leave the village, her family and her son after getting no support from anyone. The life of glamour and fame was a lot different than the one she had previously. She faces a lot of challenges and struggles but, could not become a top model, a singer or even an actress. So, she becomes a controversial social media figure for fame.

O Rangreza

Pakistani Drama Serial O Rangreza

Writer: Saji Gul
Director: Kashif Nisar
Producer: Moomal Entertainment
Cast: Noman Ijaz Sana Fakhar Sajal Aly Bilal Abbas Khan

Pakistani Drama Serial O Rangreza

The story of ‘O Rungreza’ is about a young girl who is waiting for her teenage to pass. She is an ambitious, energetic, enthusiastic girl. Ahe wants to attain Wajeeh and also dreams of becoming Sonia Jahan. So, she starts finding ways to have both.

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Suno Chanda

Pakistani Drama Serial Suno Chanda

Writer: Saima Akram Chudhery
Director: Ahson Talish
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Iqra Aziz Farhan Saeed Mashal Khan Nabeel Zuberi Samina Ahmad Nadia Afgan Farhan Ali Agha Farah Shah Sohail Sameer Mizna Waqas Ali Safina Tara Mahmood Adnan Shah Tipu Mohammad Ahmed

Pakistani Drama Serial Suno Chanda

The series revolves around two cousins living in joint family. Arsalan Jamshed Ali (Farhan Saeed) and Ajiya Nazakat Ali (Iqra Aziz). They get married because of the wish of their dying grandfather without their consent. Both take their vows (Nikaah) but do not live together because the Rukhsati was not performed yet. Arsal and Jiya being cousins, were really close and childhood companions. They play pranks on each other but, the unplanned and undesired marriage has put them in a war like situation. Both Jiya and Arsal are against the marriage and try to break it. Eventually, after alot of chaos and family war, they both had almost parted ways and even found new partners. But, they realize they were the best match for eachother, the situation takes an interesting turn from them convincing the family not getting them married to convincing their families to get them married. They finally get married and live happily afterwards.

Raanjha Raanjha Kardi

Pakistani Drama Serial Raanjha Raanjha Kardi

Writer: Faiza Iftikhar
Director: Kashif Nisar
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Iqra Aziz Imran Ashraf Syed Jibran Asma Abbas Kashif Mehmood Munazzah Arif Ammara Butt Ismat Iqbal

Pakistani Drama Serial Raanjha Raanjha Kardi

Iqra Aziz plays the role of Noori in the series as daughter of really poor parents who make their living by picking garbage from the streets. Noori never liked the lifestyle and the consequences that came with it. She wanted a better living therefore, move to a city where she works in a factory. She meets two new people over ther, Bhola, a rich childlike guy and Sahir (Syed Jibran), a shopkeeper and a greedy man in general, whom she falls in love with. Noori faces so many challenges because of Sahir from being sexually harrassed to stealing and going to jail. Even afterall, shev gets a ruthless betrayal from Sahir and her family arranges her marriage with bhola.
Their relationship starts with Noori’s feelings of disgust which later converted in unconventional love and she gives birth to bhola’s son in the last episode and they live their unique fairytale together.

KhudParast

Pakistani Drama Serial Khudparast

Writer: Radain Shah
Director: Aabis Raza
Producer: Fahad Mustafa & Dr.Ali Kazmi
Cast: Shahzad Shaikh Ramsha Khan Nausheen Shah

Pakistani Drama Serial Khudparast

The story of Khudparast revolves around the name &#;Self centered&#; itself. It shows the life of Uswa, a girl with a liberal mindset. Trying to adjust in her conservative in-laws after marriage, Uswa will try to mold herself according to their rules and regulations and conservative attitude. Failing to do so, she will end up hurting her loved ones because of her selfish nature.

Ghar Titli Ka Par

Pakistani Drama Serial Ghar Titli Ka Par

Writer: Samra Bukhari
Director: Mohsin Talat
Producer: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Cast: Sanam Chaudhry Shahzad Shaikh Aiman Khan Ali Abbas

Pakistani Drama Serial Ghar Titli Ka Par

The story of drama serial Ghar Titli Ka Par revolves around three main characters. Anji, Shafaq and Azar. The serial shows a greedy woman Anji who gets involved in friendship with a rich girl Shafaq to marry her brother who is already engaged. She fails to do so and gets married to an average guy but, later dumps and mistreats her him because he is not rich. She gets to know that Shafaq&#;s husband is rich so she and leaves her husband to achieve Azar, Shafaq&#;s husband for wealth and because of the jealousy she had for Shafaq in her heart. She aims to destroy the house of her very own best friend. She plans on getting everything shafaq has including her house and husband but, in the end she gets nothing. Not even her own son, siblings and parents.

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Do Bol

Pakistani Drama Serial Do Bol

Writer: Sarwat Nazir
Director: Syed Wajahat Rauf
Producer: Humayun Saeed Shahzad Nasib Samina Humayun Saeed Sana Shahnawaz
Cast: Hira Mani Affan Waheed

 Pakistani Drama Serial Do Bol

The story of drama serial ‘Do Bol’ revolves around two individuals from different backgrounds. Hira Salman as Geeti is a beautiful girl who has a sweet nature and is loved by everyone around her. She belongs to a wealthy family. Baddar and Geeti, both are victims of their circumstances and are destined to spend their whole lives with each other.

Cheekh

Pakistani Drama Serial Cheekh

Writer: Zanjabeel Asim Shah
Director: Badar Mehmood
Producer: Fahad Mustafa & Dr. Ali Kazmi
Cast: Saba Qamar Emmad Irfani Bilal Abbas Aijaz Aslam Azekah Daniel Ushna Shah

Pakistani Drama Serial Cheekh

Drama Serial Cheekh is not a regular love story or a drama. It is a story of a woman &#;Mannat&#; who shared this message of standing for the right and justice against no matter who! She dared to stand against her own family to demand justice for her her best friend who was raped and murdered by her brother in law in her own home .

Hasad

Pakistani Drama Serial Hasad

Writer: Abida Ahmed
Director: Aabis Raza
Producer: Fahad Mustafa & Dr. Ali Kazmi
Cast:Minal Khan Arij Fatyma Noor Hassan Saba Faisal Nida Mumtaz Ayaz Samoo

Pakistani Drama Serial Hasad

The story of the drama Hasad revolves around two brothers and their wives. The drama is based on jealousy and envy of a woman Zareen “Arij Fatyma” with her sister in law Nain Tara “Minal Khan“. The jealousy begins with the love and attention Nain Tara gets from her husband Armaan “Shehroz Sabzwari“. Zareen always compares herself with Nain Tara and her husband Farhan “Noor Hassan” with his brother Armaan.

Anaa

Pakistani Drama Serial Anaa

Writer: Samira Fazal
Director: Shahzad Kashmiri
Producer: Momina Duraid
Cast: Hania Aamir Shehzad Sheikh Naimal Khawar Usman Mukhtar

Pakistani Drama Serial Anaa
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2012 best pakistani dramas

Highlights of Pakistani dramas in

Pakistani showbiz industry remains prosperous in successful drama productions and acting from the old days of Pakistani Television (PTV) to the recent times of private channels. Television has proved as an immense quality amusement for the viewers.

In so many wonderful dramas has been seen and remained hit among the viewers.

Here is a list of some of the drama serials that deserve the honour for making the entertaining year.

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Humsafar

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Humsafar remained super hit drama among Pakistani viewers. It started in the last quarter of and went on until March This drama serial became so popular that it got major ratings from everywhere in the world.

The serial Humsafar was written by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Sarmad Sultan Khoosat.

Drama serial Humsafar was a story about a forced arranged marriage which turned into a romantic relationship between the couple only to be cruelly destroyed later.

Sarmad Khoosat’s classic direction and the way he merged the words into perfect frames was impeccable. Humsafar was a perfect example of how a simple story can catch the attention of viewers with strong art direction, fantastic acting and wonderful music.

Maat

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Maat was another popular drama serial of It was a story of two sisters, Aiman and Saman who belonged to a low income family. Saba Qamar performed the role of Saman, the younger sister who dreamt of making it big in life, was overconfident and materialistic.

Aamina Sheikh acted as Aiman, the older one was compassionate, loving and believed in sacrificing.

The story was written by Umera Ahmed and Aamina Sheikh was the producer. Adnan Siddiqui’s role with the name Faisal as Aiman and Saman’s cousin was also fabulous. The excellent production and performance of the actors made the story more interesting.

Bilquis Kaur

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Bushra Ansari played the prominent role in drama serial Bilquis Kaur. Bushra Ansari is the first female actress who made her debut on the comical side of local entertainment. She has been in the entertainment industry for over three decades.
Over the years, she has been perfect in all kinds of roles from those she played in fifty fifty to Neeli Dhoop and to the recently popular Bilquis Kaur.

In Bilquis Kaur, with the role of Billo, Bushra Ansari is shown as a strict, humourless woman who is living in New York since 30 years with her family. She depicted a woman who stood by her traditional beliefs and forced them upon the life of her children. Trouble came when her younger son Sultan (Ahsan Khan) married the bold and confident Soha (Syra Yousuf).

The serial was written by Faiza Iftikhar and directed by Adnan Ahmed. The cast of the drama was included Sadia Imam, Saleem Sheikh, Adnan Jillani, Nadia Afghan, Khalid Ahmed and others. With the powerful performance of Bushra Ansari, the other actors made this play a huge success for the audience. The viewers were used to wait every Sunday to find out more about the performance of Billo and her family.

Durre- Shehwar

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In this serial, the story revolved around two couples from different generations exploring the complexities of life, relationships and their share of problems. The cast of the serial included Samina Peerzada, Qavi Khan, Nadia Jamil, Noman Ejaz, Sanam Baloch and others.

This serial is also a writing of Umera Ahmed and Haissam Hussein directed the serial with beautiful depiction about complexities of married life be it in today’s urban setting or yesterday’s traditional times. The serial showed how certain issues are common in every relationship. It also depicted how a woman can play powerful role with patience and determination.

Shehr-e-Zaat

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Shehr-e-Zaat was another super hit serial of After Humsafar, Mahira Khan was back on screen with her beauty and charm. This time she appeared as Falak in a production called Shehr-e-Zaat. Falak was a beautiful yet unsympathetic character who was shown to be self-centered.

Director Sarmad Sultan Khoosat was clear in what he wanted out of Falak’s character, others character and settings. Mahira Khan (Falak) performed her role as a selfish young girl who was head over heals for Salman Anser (Mikeal) and later as a helpless, dejected woman looking for the help of Allah and guidance in her life.

Umera Ahmed’ writing gave the audience another master piece which made many people to think about the importance of morality and humility in their lives.

Mora Piya

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In drama serial Mora Piya Aamina Sheikh and Adeel Hussain performed the lead roles and brilliantly managed the attention of the viewers. They shined in the whole serial with their performance as a couple in love whose lives were hit by a tragic incident.

Zard Mausam

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The story of drama serial Zard Mausam was about a girl whose life changed after her mother’s death and her step mother (Sania Saeed), who was the actually the first wife of her father (Faisal Rehman), mistreated her and made her life miserable.

Sania Saeed in the step-mother’s role got the attention of viewers and hatred she portrayed along with other dimensions of her character.

Mera Yaqeen

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The drama serial Mera Yaqeen leaves a powerful message: if you believe in God things can turn in your favour, you just need to consistent with a strong faith.

Asfand (Faisal Qureshi) and Maha (Savera Nadeem) is a happily married couple whose lives take a turn for the worse when Maha met with an accident and was left paralysed. She then forced her husband to get remarried to her friend Nazish (Nimra Bucha) who had been divorced twice already.

Nazish kept the house and children together but the problems started when Maha’s jealousy took over. Actors got viewer’s attention with their excellent performance.

The year came to an end with some great performances and outstanding screen plays, but we still have more to look forward to in the form of Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Kahi un kahi and the upcoming play Mirat-ul-Uroos.

These dramas also depict the societal picture and its impact on people. These serials show the real picture of class difference in present society. Pakistan has been successful providing the quality of Pakistani dramas. Hopefully Pakistani showbiz industry will get more progress in

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