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Nov 03 2009

Naheed Shabbir in Nadia Khan Show

Category: Actresses,Naheed Shabbir,Newsmansoor @ 4:35 pm

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Oct 25 2009

Drama Serial Kaisi Hain Doorian on Ary Tv

Category: Kaisee Hain Doorianmansoor @ 11:39 am

An intriguing story that highlights the character of those who disrespect and disobey their parents. The saga revolves around two girls Rani, who disobeys her father and Laila, who helps her in doing so. Rani is not willing to marry the guy who has been selected by her father, Nawab Sahab as she is in love with some other person. Just at the time of her Nikah she escapes from her house by letting her friend Laila sit on her place. The incidence marks the arrival of continuous sufferings to the life of both. Laila has to work as a private nurse of a rich guy Talha; whereas Rani has been taken to Malaysia by her lover but unfortunately who proves to be a pimp there and then she enters into a world of nefariousness and abuse. Her entry in this field lets her meet Zain, who is a nice guy but is indulged in bad habits due to the negligence that he has faced from his father, Sheroze Ali since his childhood. Zain and rani starts liking each other, but when they decide to get married rani finds out that she is a victim of aids. on the other hand talha’s brother arbab pretends to be very caring and affectionate, but on the contrary he is planning to get rid of his brother through slow poisoning. all these vicious activities and exposed cruelties of the society have been well depicted in the play and the climax of the story inculcates a very moving moral by summarizing all the sufferings and all the blessings of all the characters.

Cast: Moammar Rana, Maira Khan, Zaheen Tahira, Asif Raza Meer, Munawwar Saeed, Ahsan Khan, Hiba Ali, Sarwat Gillani, Aijazz Aslam, Farah Shah, Madiha Iftikhar,
Producer: Barkat Ali Siddiki, Humayun Mahboob

Director: Barkat Ali Siddiki

Writer: Roohi Hamdani




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Oct 25 2009

Firstperson: Hina in the heartbeat

Category: Actresses,Hina Dilpazeer Khanmansoor @ 8:52 am

By Fouzia Mapara
Sunday, 25 Oct, 2009

It was by sheer luck that Hina landed the outstanding role of Saeeda in Burnes Road ki Nilofer written by Fasih Bari Khan, after challenging the director Mazhar Moin to find someone better than her to give depth to the character.

“I knew I could do the role well. I’m grateful to Mazhar Moin for putting so much trust in me. He cast me opposite TV veteran Abid Ali which was an honour for a newcomer like me,” she said.

After Burnes Road ki Nilofer went on air, Hina’s phone rang incessantly throughout the night with offers and appreciation. “When something new and fresh goes on air and is loved by all who see it, uss ka lutf hi kuch aur hai. I got a call from someone who wanted to speak to the person who played Saeeda. I told her it was me but the person on the line said, ‘Nahin, woh to bohot jahil si khatoon theen, mujhe unn se hi baat karni hai!’”

While wanting to start an acting career, Hina set off on the grueling task of visiting TV channels to look for work with no contacts but just determination and talent, “I have nothing against people who didn’t give me a break. As a newcomer, it is difficult to prove one’s talent and people here don’t have the time for evaluation. Maybe what our media lacks is the mature, seasoned eye that can spot talent a mile away.

“We are in a race against time, and very little time is spent on looking for the right person to do the job. Even if people come up to me and say ‘I can act very well, please get me a role’, I would be too busy to find anything suitable for them. Likewise, those working for TV channels are too busy.”

After Burnes Road ki Nilofer and the unprecedented success, offers and opportunities, there’s been no looking back for her. Madam Rizwana and Baby Shabana, Bichhu Phuppi and Veena, to name just a few, are just some of Hina’s best work on television. She’s accused of taking all the choicest roles, “Loge kehte hain sab achhay roles Hina Dilpazeer ko dediye jaate hain.”

Sometimes it worries her, feeling obsessed and nervous if she can’t do justice to the writer’s creation, “No one can ever guarantee public response, even if I know that the role has a lot of potential for me as an actress. It happens with most of the roles that I get: I ask myself if I can be this person and to at least give it a try. If I feel a role is powerful then I also put in my best. I have to try and make a difference.

“I have always wanted to live many lives in this one life; lives of the rich, the impoverished, the disabled and even the blessed. Any interesting person who catches my attention, I try and enter his or her world through my imagination, curious to know how I would feel in their situation. I have always been like this, I would get told off for what appeared to others like I was imitating them but in reality I was so deeply absorbed in a fascinating character that I would be subconsciously following mannerisms, gestures and gait. I always wanted to become the medium to deliver those feelings, sensitivities and stories to audiences.”

Hina’s debut as an actress has been rather late. Why not earlier? “I was in the UAE and it had always been my dream to make my debut and establish myself as an actress from Pakistan. I am fine working anywhere else once I am recognised as a product of Pakistan. I have no desire to acquire another passport or nationality. There is enough work to be done here.”

Her initial challenge was that she didn’t fit the bill for a young attractive actress to be caste as a leading lady. “Nobody would say haan bhai yeh bauhat khubsoorat larki hai isse leliya jaye. To convince someone that you can act without any prior experience is difficult but I was determined to impress.” In that, she has also shattered the stereotype and set the ball rolling for character actresses who share the spotlight with the lead pair and are just as popular with the viewers. In a short time she has given a lot of variation by doing the juiciest characters.

Today, Hina seems to have swept over the mini-screen, filling the gap left by the late Arshe Munir, Ishrat Hashmi, Atiya Sharf and Sarwat Ateeq, “If I feel I don’t have the capacity for a role, I won’t accept it. Recently, before I got the script somebody told me about the role, and later when I saw the script it was a word-by-word copy of an Indian sitcom. I refused although I felt a bit sorry afterwards because the director was good. At times I ask for more money to discourage bad roles but I am quite sure about one thing: I don’t want to make any compromises,” she said.

Is it true that Hina Dilapzeer might have surpassed seasoned actresses Zeba Shehnaz and Bushra Ansari as a performer par excellence? “No one can push anyone over. Insaan kab berang hojata hai, usko khud nahin pata chalta. I feel it is a miracle of God that people like my work. Before I came, plays were being done and they will continue even when I’m not there. Each and every character has to be composed, created and brought out from inside you. If your aim is to become famous, your performance will suffer as an actor. Acting is such a dangerous field and one should not enter unless (s)he is sure that this is what (s)he wants. You have to be focused, responsible and then leave the rest to destiny.”

Hina says it her dream to work in a play by the late Ashfaque Ahmed and/or Bano Qudsia, “Their plays had huge messages and if only I could become a tiny part of that message, it would be a great honour for me. My aim is not to capture audiences, all I want to do is give life to the character I play. If I get two similar roles, I would perform them in a way that they appear different, just like each person will arrange the same bunch of flowers in a particular way. It depends on the actor’s vision how the character is presented.”

All praises for senior PTV actors, about her contemporary artistes and co-workers Hina said, “We are in a rapidly moving river and it is up to us to swim against the tide. We need to work with honesty and touch reality.” Since everyone is so busy these days, she believes nothing registers with audiences like a serial or a soap. “I like doing teleplays so that whole story starts, builds, climaxes and ends in one go; leaving a strong impact on the viewer.”

While living in the UAE, Hina said she also experimented with radio, “I would love to write and perform radio plays. You can give so much variation to your voice on radio, just like when you put your hand inside a bag and a whole new world of textures opens up, it’s as though your fingertips have sprouted eyes.”

The person closest to Hina was her late father. “He passed away not very long ago and he was my friend, my biggest support, my inspiration. From him I learnt to be forthright, honest and straightforward. He would say to people upfront if he didn’t like something about them. He has left a big vacuum in my life that nobody can fill. I feel that he still supports me and he is still with me in spirit.”

Was Hina exposed to characters like Bichhu Phupi, Saeeda and Baby Shabana or had she experienced similar situations. How does she get so real?

Before I was offered the title role of Bichhu Phuppi, I had already read the story several times. “Ismat Chughtai is my all time favourite writer. There was a time jab chup chup kar parhti thi and when I grew older, my mother would actually discuss the stories and ask me whether I had read this one or that one. When I read something interesting, I begin to live the main character. I think other people do that too. You seem to relate to or go through all that the character experiences in the story.

Bichhu Phuppi’s character was already lying dormant in my system and all I did was to bring it out. I was worried if I could do it as well as it was written or not. What I didn’t like though was that they made me wear a white wig which did not look quite right. If they had made my own hair completely white, it would have looked much better.”

“I remember all the Fasih Bari Khan plays that I have done and they will always remain with me. I recently did a play called Rating by Anwar Maqsood. It was about a woman who wants to launch an acting career, has no talent but a parchi. It was of course very well-written and hilarious. I wore a short-haired wig and a sari and I loved my look. She would run after everybody and say ‘mujhe drop kardein’. In the end a director says ‘Mein apko drop hi kar ke ja-raha hoon’!”

“Usually we judge people and react to them in a typical way, but I always like to find out why they are the way they are. What happened to them to make them a certain way. What is the real story behind their exterior. People usually open up to me and I know secrets and inner feelings of so many people but it remains deep inside me and I would never divulge anything about anyone to another soul. When I meet strangers, I listen to them, I feel everyone has something to say but no one to listen to them. I love to understand people. Recently, while doing Manji, a Sheema Kirmani theatre play, I met a female sweeper and discovered a most interesting, deep woman. Her eyes sparkled as she told me that she loved to be on stage like me, she sang for me and told me how violent her husband was and what a strong person she was! There are characters around us everywhere. If someone catches my eye, that person will live inside me till I can play her. I like to talk to people without being personal or curious.” — F.M.

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Oct 18 2009

ARY Digital announces a mega drama serial, “Kaisi Hain Dooriyan”

Category: Ary Tv,Kaisee Hain Doorian,Newsmansoor @ 12:22 pm

Maira Khan, Seema Ghazal, Hiba Ali and others.

Paying homage to its tradition ARY Digital once again announces a mega drama serial, “Kaisi Hain Dooriyan”, a masterpiece of Barkat Siddiki’s directorial skills.

A Press show of the drama was held at Pearl Continental Hotel, Karachi on 13th October 2009. The occasion highlighted the fascination and attractiveness of the serial through presentation, promos and cast and crew interaction with media. Other than the notable cast of the drama that is Munawar Saeed, Moamar Rana, Asif Raza Mir and Maira Khan; presence of various other illustrious celebrities of the TV world hyperbole the glamour and flamboyance of the event. Renowned celebrities like Talat Hussain, Zaheer Khan, Seema Ghazal, Abdullah Kadwani, Humayun Saeed, Misbah Khalid, Nabeel, Shabbir Jan and Noman Masood were there to extend their regards towards Barkat Siddiki (Director), Humayun Mehboob (Producer) and the rest of the team. The Show was hosted by Faisal Qureshi with all his wits and Jokes making the event more delightful.

Representatives of eminent publications and press of Pakistan also participated in the event, especially the delegates of Films and Television journalism of Pakistan depicted their interest and concern towards the coverage of the show.

“Kaisi Hain Dooriyan” is an intriguing story that highlights the character of those who disrespect and disobey their parents. The saga revolves around two girls Rani, who disobeys her father and Laila, who helps her in doing so. The sufferings and deprivations that Rani has to face after her lamentable decision marks the core plot of the serial. Viewers can watch Kaisi Hain Dooriyan on every Friday at 8:00 pm on ARY Digital.

Asif Raza Mir, Humayun Saeed, Moamar Rana & Faisal Qureshi (L-R).

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Oct 18 2009

Catching up with Azaan Sami Khan

Category: Articlesmansoor @ 11:21 am

The teenage son of singer Adnan Sami Khan talks about his forthcoming album and his relationship with his long-estranged father.

By Maliha Rehman

Even at the young age of 15, Azaan Sami Khan has a discerning, motivated look about him. He has unruly hair and baby fat that hasn’t yet shed off, but his bespectacled, intelligent eyes speak volumes for his maturity as an individual. As the son of actress Zeba Bakhtiar and musician Adnan Sami Khan, Azaan is, of course, not your average teenager. During his childhood, he weathered his parents’ tumultuous divorce and subsequent prolonged custody battle – experiences that must have left long-lasting scars. Still, he seems to be none the worse for wear as he has recently been signed by Sony Music India for his debut album, an album that will mark him as the world’s youngest composer and singer.

It has become quite the order of the day for children to want to follow in their celebrity parents’ footsteps. In Bollywood, star kids have taken over almost completely with every big banner movie boasting the name of a Ranbir Kapoor or an Abhishek Bachchan or even a desperately-floundering-for-a-hit Fardeen Khan. Closer to home, we have Neelo’s son Shaan, Amanat Ali Khan’s son Shafqat Amanat Ali and Abid Ali’s daughter Iman Ali amongst the glitterati. Since he has spent his entire childhood estranged from his musician father, it is surprising though that Azaan opted for a career in music rather than one in acting, a la his actress mother.

“I’ve met my father for the first time in 10 years,” admits Azaan. “During these years, I had no contact with him whatsoever. Still, his musical influence was there. My mother saw that I was interested in music and always encouraged it. I have been receiving vocal training from a very young age and composed my first song when I was seven. At age 13, I directed and composed the music for a short film called Meri Kahani, a movie that was screened at the South East Asian festival in Goa. This was when I realized that music was truly my calling and this was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. My mother’s influence is also there – I eventually want to delve into acting, directing and dancing as well!”

Now that he has reunited with his father in Mumbai, Azaan is not only getting to know Adnan Sami better but also feels that he is learning a lot from the talented musician. “Living with my father is a learning experience,” he says. “I couldn’t meet him earlier because of court cases but from now on, I am going to be shuffling back and forth between Pakistan and India. He has taught me a lot and feels that I am now ready to go public. My album will be launched in India and hopefully, simultaneously in Pakistan, by Sony Music. People who have heard it so far have more or less liked it. They have also been surprised that my sound is so different from my father’s.”

He may sound different but Azaan admits that the opportunities granted to him have mainly been due to his celebrity father. “But that also puts the burden on me of living up to people’s expectations,” he reasons. “The audience may listen to the album once because they are curious to hear Adnan Sami’s son but they will only hear it again and again if they like it. I hope that people realize that my father started his career when he was 24 while I am just 15. I can’t possibly sound as mature or sing as romantically as him!”

Azaan, it seems, is, understandably, in awe of his multi-talented father. “My father is a well-respected musician in India and everybody I have met through him over here has been very friendly and genuine. Despite this, if I could, I would have wanted my first album to debut in Pakistan. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a very enthusiastic response from Pakistani music companies whereas I was welcomed in India. My father encountered the same attitude years ago when he wanted to release Kabhi Toh Nazar Milao in Pakistan. The album was then eventually released in India and became a huge success. As musicians, sometimes we just don’t have any option but to launch our music in India, where people are more appreciative and receptive to new ideas. It doesn’t mean that we have forsaken our loyalty to our nation. I am a Pakistani and I am proud of it. A lot of the songs in my album have been recorded in Pakistan and have been written by Pakistani lyricists.

Similarly, my father isn’t an Indian national – he still has a green passport and he says that every time he goes on stage, Pakistan goes on stage with him.” Quite the besotted son, Azaan fails to mention that his father did apply for Indian citizenship in 2001 but failed to acquire it.

Nevertheless, in the words of Lata Mangeshkar, “Music knows no boundaries” and if Azaan’s first album is a success, it will be a proud moment for Pakistan. Following the footsteps of Adnan Sami, Azaan says that he has a sense of how different instruments work, even though the keyboard is the main instrument he plays. He has been signed up as music director for a few Indian movies, one of them directed by Priyadarshan and due to be released this December. His album debut is planned for January 2010.

Courtesy: The News

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Oct 14 2009

Shahrukh Khan Ki Maut – Telefilm

Category: Telefilms & Teledramasmansoor @ 11:04 am

“Shahrukh Khan Ki Maut” (The Death of Shahrukh Khan)
Shah Rukh Khan Ki Maut, was screened at the recent KaraFilm Festival and is based on a boy’s (Murad) innocent dream and how his soul is hurt when his dream is shattered.

a young boy Murad, who aspires to become like Shahrukh Khan. He spends a miniscule amount from his daily wages earned at a workshop, on films and posters of Shahrukh Khan. Because of his obsession with the actor everyone addresses him by Shahrukh and his friends at work also taunt for his fantasy of his resemblance with the actor. They convince him to have a haircut like Shahrukh at an expensive salon for which he does not have the required amount. He is accused of stealing the amount from his boss’s cupboard, who eventually orders the barber to clean-shave his head. This shatters Murad’s hopes and his fascination with the actor turns into hatred.

“The main theme was a child’s adulation for his idol, Shah Rukh Khan in this case was a very relevant choice as he has come to represent all that is synonymous with success. Let’s face the reality that Bollywood stars do have this kind of impact on Pakistani audience. But the film is not about Bollywood but about Murad and his dreams. I was pleased that many viewers from the intelligent audience at Kara picked up the underlying theme of child labour in the film as well,” says Rahim.






Executive Producer: Arjumand Rahim
Producer: Natasha D’Souza
Written & Directed by: Ehteshamuddin
Cast: Salim Meraj, Rashid Farooqui, Saife Hassan, Aqeel Ahmed, Sajid Shah & Tabraiz Shah



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Oct 07 2009

Kuch Ankahi Batain – Wallpapers

Category: Ary Tv,Kuch Ankahi Baateinmansoor @ 4:37 am

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Oct 06 2009

Drama Serial Mohabbat Kon Rokay on ARY Tv

Category: Ary Tv,Geo Family Festival,Mohabbat Kon Rokey,Tv Onemansoor @ 2:14 pm

Sabiha is the owner of sheikh group of industries and her husband hammad mirza is a retired bureaucrat; whereas her sister samina belongs to a lower middle class family. she brings samina’s daughter maham to her place and treats her like a maid, on the contrary her daughter sidra is a care-free and spoiled character. maham considers the caring attitude of saad (sabiha’s younger son) as his love for her, but he is interested in his next door neighbor mahnoor. meanwhile asad expresses his interest towards mahnoor in front of his mother. but unfortunately, asad has an accident in which he has to loose his leg. mahnoor disowns him at this stage of life and accepts saad, but sabiha is not happy of this relation. asad intervenes in the matter and asks his mother to fulfill his younger brother’s will. after the misery of asad, maham takes complete care of him and become close to him and the rest of the family.

Cast: Samina Peerzada, Talat Hussain, Aijazz Aslam, Zainab Qayyum, Akbar Subhani, Nausheen Shah, Humayun Naz,

Director: Owais Khan

Writer: Mohammad Dilawer Khan






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Oct 05 2009

Sitcom Khatti Meethi or Namkeen on Ary Tv

Category: Khatti Meethi or Namkeenmansoor @ 3:19 pm

khatti, meethi aur namkeen …. 3 flavors of life depicted by three characters of the story. mother, her daughter and their maid. maid is named as hoor and she has the ability to draw any one crazy after her. almost all males in the building have been the victim of her lethal looks. second and the equally pivotal character is of sonia ahmed, who was once a mrs. but she is not at all grieved on her widowhood, because her late husband has bestowed her property, bank balance and aania (her daughter). aania, an extraordinary girl who likes to flirt with ordinary boys. her temporary and short-term love usually proves to be highly lucrative for guys. she use to switch boy friends as rapid as anyone can switch television channels. so the saga revolves around those conditions in which a guy comes to reside amidst the gang of fantastic 3 that is khatti, meethi aur namkeen…..

Cast: Asif Raza Meer, Aijazz Aslam, Eshita Mehboob, Seemi Pasha

Director: Kamran Khan
Writer: Ali Imran




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Oct 05 2009

Drama Serial Kaisi Hain Doorian – wallpapers

Category: Ary Tv,Kaisee Hain Doorianmansoor @ 8:49 am

Imran Abbas & Maira Khan

Moammar Rana & Maira Khan

Moammar Rana, Maira Khan, Zaheen Tahira, Asif Raza Meer, Munawwar Saeed, Ahsan Khan, Hiba Ali, Sarwat Gillani, Aijazz Aslam, Farah Shah, Madiha Iftikhar,

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Oct 05 2009

Drama Serial Kaisee Hain Doorian on Ary Tv

Category: Ary Tv,Kaisee Hain Doorianmansoor @ 8:35 am

An intriguing story that highlights the character of those who disrespect and disobey their parents. The saga revolves around two girls Rani, who disobeys her father and Laila, who helps her in doing so. Rani is not willing to marry the guy who has been selected by her father, Nawab Sahab as she is in love with some other person. Just at the time of her Nikah she escapes from her house by letting her friend Laila sit on her place. The incidence marks the arrival of continuous sufferings to the life of both. Laila has to work as a private nurse of a rich guy Talha; whereas Rani has been taken to Malaysia by her lover but unfortunately who proves to be a pimp there and then she enters into a world of nefariousness and abuse. Her entry in this field lets her meet Zain, who is a nice guy but is indulged in bad habits due to the negligence that he has faced from his father, Sheroze Ali since his childhood. Zain and rani starts liking each other, but when they decide to get married rani finds out that she is a victim of aids. on the other hand talha’s brother arbab pretends to be very caring and affectionate, but on the contrary he is planning to get rid of his brother through slow poisoning. all these vicious activities and exposed cruelties of the society have been well depicted in the play and the climax of the story inculcates a very moving moral by summarizing all the sufferings and all the blessings of all the characters.

Cast: Moammar Rana, Maira Khan, Zaheen Tahira, Asif Raza Meer, Munawwar Saeed, Ahsan Khan, Hiba Ali, Sarwat Gillani, Aijazz Aslam, Farah Shah, Madiha Iftikhar,
Producer: Barkat Ali Siddiki, Humayun Mahboob
Director: Barkat Ali Siddiki
Writer: Roohi Hamdani








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Oct 05 2009

Drama Serial Mohabbat Kon Rokay on Ary Tv

Category: Ary Tv,Mohabbat Kon Rokeymansoor @ 2:01 am

Sabiha is the owner of sheikh group of industries and her husband hammad mirza is a retired bureaucrat; whereas her sister samina belongs to a lower middle class family. she brings samina’s daughter maham to her place and treats her like a maid, on the contrary her daughter sidra is a care-free and spoiled character. maham considers the caring attitude of saad (sabiha’s younger son) as his love for her, but he is interested in his next door neighbor mahnoor. meanwhile asad expresses his interest towards mahnoor in front of his mother. but unfortunately, asad has an accident in which he has to loose his leg. mahnoor disowns him at this stage of life and accepts saad, but sabiha is not happy of this relation. asad intervenes in the matter and asks his mother to fulfill his younger brother’s will. after the misery of asad, maham takes complete care of him and become close to him and the rest of the family.

Cast: Samina Peerzada, Talat Hussain, Aijazz Aslam, Zainab Qayyum, Akbar Subhani, Nausheen Shah, Humayun Naz,

Director: Owais Khan

Writer: Mohammad Dilawer Khan







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Oct 01 2009

Drama Serial Masi Aur Malka on Geo Tv

Category: Articles,Geo Tv,Masi Aur Malkamansoor @ 10:18 am

Samina was born as a daughter of a Massi but had always wanted to live the life of a Malika. She does everything possible to turn her dream into reality crushing everybody under her feet. She succeeds in her ambitions and gets everything she always desired.

But then it dawned upon her that her sweet dream was actually a nightmare as she did not expect that her plans could have side-effects. She began to lose control of the situation and her glass castle started to break up.

All the pain and sufferings she had caused to her near and dear ones, bounced back on to her, making her life worse than where she had started from.

Written by: Muhammad Asif

Directed by: Abid Ali

Produced by: Gold Bridge Media

Cast: Ayesha Khan, Abid Ali, Sohail Asghar, Kashif Mehmood, Mehwish, Rabia Nnaureen, Mukhtar Aahmed, Sawera, Humaira, Rubina Arif, Farah Nadeem, Zaheen Tahera, Kulsoom Sultana,



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Oct 01 2009

Drama Soap Kahe ko Biyahee Badais on Geo Tv

In a country like Pakistan, girls go through a lot of stress and pressures because of inhuman norms. Girl’s Schools in Swat are being bombed. Kahe Ko Biyahee Bides is an inspirational story, that will motivate many girls to pursue education and have big dreams in life. Mehru (played by Beenish Chauhan) the main protagonist of Kahe ko Biyahee Bides is also one such girl, who challenges status quo and goes beyond the conventions of her community.

A young good looking intelligent girl named Mehru wants to study further but her family wants to marry her off. She secures first position in her division and her aunt brings her to the city so that she could achieve her goal and helps her out regarding her admission to the university. After the initial problems with her aunt’s family and fellow students, she befriends Fatima whose mother (Salma) is a politician. Salma doesn’t welcome Mehru at her home causing tension and resentment.

After an accident, a workshop owner Seth Wajahat marries Mehru. Wajahat turns out to be an extremely jealous. Mehru’s cousin Saleem wanting to impress Mehru goes in the wrong direction and becomes a low level pawn on the political chessboard of Salma’s politics. Then events take a turn and Saleem kills Wajahat and runs away. Mehru is accused of the murder and is sent to jail. Later, Saleem realizes that Mehru is being punished for his crime; he comes and accepts his guilt. Mehru is freed and feels that she has lost track of her life, so she goes to the city once again where further complexities of life awaits her…

Cast: Sohail Asghar, Shabbir Jan, Rubina Ashraf, Beenish Chauhan, Ahsan Khan, Shehzad Raza, Parveen Akbar, Naeema Garaj, Arif Bahalim, Anoushey Abbasi, Afshan Qureshi, Barkat Ullah, Tabbasum Arif, Amina Kareem, Naseem Bano, Kanwal, Sami Khan,

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Writer: Ghazala Hasnain Naqvi

Director: Syed Ramish Rizvi, Siraj

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Sep 29 2009

Drama Serial Ooper Gori Ka Makaan on Ary Tv

Category: Ary Tv,Ooper Gori Ka Makaanmansoor @ 11:56 pm

The drama starts in a comic fashion about a family coming from Tando Adam this drama has shown “some reality” of our culture
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Produced By : Tazim Ally, Atif Hussain

Written By : Fasih Bari Khan

Directed By : Syed Atif Hussain

Cast : Shagufta Ejaz, Qaisaer Naqvi, Parveen Akbar, Qazi Wajid, Faisal Qureshi, Rubina Ashraf, Javeria Jalil, Alia Imam & Shabbir Rana




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