LAHORE: Pakistan Television is set to make a second part of its popular mid-1990s drama serial for children 'Ainak-wala jin'
The series was hugely popular among local audiences during the three years of its airing (1993-1996).
“We will start the series from where the first part ended. The drama series is being started again to provide fun in a healthy atmosphere of enjoyment to the people belonged to all age groups including children, women and men,” said Shahzad Qaisar a central character of the series talking to APP here on Wednesday.
He said that the viewers would be able to enjoy scenic beauty other attractive sites of Azad Kashmir and other parts of the country in the series.
The play promises fun and amusement for its viewers as its writer Tariq Sahili says he has made "a conscious effort to provide opportunity of humour and entertainment."
Sahili said that the series was being launched following great demand from its fans, who had become fed up with the culture of indecent dialogues and other negative tactics being used in dramas and television shows being aired in the name of entertainment.
He said that almost all team of the series will be the same except those actors which had to be changed because of their age. The writer added that Idrees Adil will be director of the series and Shafqat Cheema will play role of villain. The first episode of the series will be titled “Nastoor jin ki wapsi”.
The series is scheduled for airing on the occasion of Eidul Azha, he said.
He said that the drama series “Ainak wala jin” was being shown on PTV on repeated telecast based on strong demand by the viewers and he termed it the main reason for the revival of the series in the form of a second part.