Kitni Dour Kitne Pass is a story that grips the minds and hearts through the characters in an emotive plot cleverly woven to bring lifeâ€™s stunning surprises in a natural and convincing way. This serial is an intense drama that builds on human emotions and misgivings that is set in our society.
Written by: Seema Ghazal
Produced by: Humayun Saeed & Abdullah Kadwani
Directed by: Arif Khan
A comedy-based family oriented chronicle of a memon family, headed by saith sattar who is highly authoritative in nature, but is soft hearted and likes his family to be integrated. the daughter-in-law always remains in a fiery mood, due to her constant disputes with saith sattar and on the other hand the son of saith is a typical simpleton. the moral of the sitcom is that how a well integrated family gets rid of different problems and issues by the virtue of their unity.
This drama is Salim Nasir’s last performance on Television as after a short time of its release, he expired and left the gap unfilled forever.
The story revolves around two thieves Laali (M. Warsi) and Raheem Dad (Shabbir Jan), who escaped from the prison and have been running from the authorities throughout the play. The role of both the prisoners have been performed extremely well by the actors. This play has been Shabbir Jan’s debut play. In this play Salim Nasir has again performed extremely well in a role of a cruel brother.
The drama gained immense popularity due to superb direction and performances by the great actors.
Writer : Shaukat Siddiqui
Director : Kazim Pasha
Cast: M Warsi, Shabbir Jan, Zahoor Ahmad, Subhani Bayounus, Salim Nasir, M Yousuf, Ashraf Khan, Shagufta Ejaz, Tahira Wasti, A. R. Baloch
The drama tells a story about Ulfat (Shagufta Ejaz) belongs to a middle class family. Fearing her marrying age is slipping by, her parents got her married to Jalees (Shafi Muhammad), a middle age businessman who is a divorcee with three children. Jalees is a kind-hearted and a humble man who re-marries after a bitter divorce. Story revolves around Ulfat and the difficult time she has been given by her step children. She gets around in making every thing work her way by her patience and tolerance. This is an important play and has a strong message in it for couples – it clearly shows how important a successful marriage, a partnership between a man and his wife is, for the benefit of their children. It also proves that true happiness in marriage lies in little, simple things that we take for granted. A very compelling household drama with some very good acting! If you are looking for a real “gharayloo” story, then do check this one out.
Director: Tariq Jamil
Writer: Naheed Sultana Akhtar
Cast: Shafi Muhammad Shah, Shagufta Ejaz, Mehmood Ali, Mahek Ali, Ayesha Khan, Aniqa
Shafi Muhammad Shah, Shagufta Ejaz, Mehmood Ali, Mahek Ali, Ayesha Khan, Aniqa
Sami Khan [Noman Aijaz] is a Pakistani guy who falls in love with a British born girl Sofie. Sofie gets marry to Sami Khan and moves to Pakistan. In the beginning, everything goes fine but when Sofie gives birth to a baby girl that brings the tension because Sami wanted a baby boy. They have 2 daughters, Imaan [Tasmina Sheikh] and younger daughter Isha [Maheen]. They quarrel quite often and Sofie canâ€™t adjust herself in different culture and surroundings anymore and she moves back to Scotland. Imaan stays with her father and Sofie takes Aisha along.
Sami Khan has a sister Aaliya. She is married and has a son Saram [Asad] and they live in Scotland.
Dr. Ahsan [Talat Hussain] gets marry to a Pakistani woman Sadia [Shagufta Ejaz] because his mother forces him to marry her. They have a son Aryan [Zulfikar Sheikh]. Dr. Ahsan moves to Scotland and leaves Sadia and Aryan alone in Pakistan. He gets marry to another woman Amna [Sakina Shamoon] but they donâ€™t have any child. Dr. Ahsan goes back to Pakistan after 2 years and takes away his son from Sadia and gives her divorce.
Sadia wants her son back and decides to fight for her rights. She moves to Scotland in search of her son. Then Amna come to know that she is expecting a child and she gives birth to a baby boy Denial [Nabeel].
One day Sadia finds out about Dr. Ahsan and talks to his 2nd wife and gets a nannyâ€™s job in his house and takes away Amnaâ€™s son very first day to take revenge.
After 22 years, Aryan and Denial turn out to be friends. Aryan becomes a doctor just like his father and Denial studies for MBA and they fall in love with the same girl – Isha.
Saram is an easy going guy and loves music. He plays guitar and keyboard and he falls in love with Imaan.
Imaan lose her self confidence and becomes very confused and disturb. She feels very lonely, sad and thinks that her mother doesnâ€™t love her. Mean while Isha grows up as an independent girl. She gets her motherâ€™s love and studies Law.
Dr. Ahsan starts forgetting things and become mentally disturb.
The drama is very entertaining and story takes turns all the way which makes it interesting. It shows the consequences that the children have to face after their parentsâ€™ separation.
I must recommend this drama to you. If you like romance and comedy then I think you should go for it.
Do watch it yourself and find out how Saram falls in love with Imaan when they live in two different countries. What happens to Dr. Ahsan? What happens with Aryan and Denialâ€™s love story? Whom does Isha love? Does Amna ever comes to know about Sadia and do they ever come to know about their sons? What happens with Sofie and Sami? How does Imaan recover and does she ever meet her mother again?
Written by : Haseena Moin
Directed by : Ali Rizvi
Executive Producer: Tasmina Shaikh
Conceived & Produced by: Zulfiqar Shaikh