Distressed and desperate to get her baby back, Mehek (Moomal Sheikh) tells cousin Adam (Imran Ahsraf) her real story, and how she
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With his strong perception of human psychology, Fasih Bari’s characters are relatable in this light yet deeply sensitive story.
After managing to successfully throw her brother Hasan and his wife Anaya (Mawra Hocane) out of the family home and business
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Thursday at 8.00pm is the mental disease drama time slot for Hum TV. After the success of Ishq Zah-e-Naseeb (IZN) that somewhat
At last, the army of characters are beginning to make sense, and the story has picked up as well. When Maheen’s (Ushna Shah) in
This is the friend who borrowed your new book from you even before you had read it yourself.
Fasih Bari Khan is back with a fresh rom-com with contemporary, lively characters and an intriguing cast line-up including Saba
In what world does a woman go to sleep in her newly-married sister’s bedroom, only to be woken up by her brother-in-law who
Five episodes down, the story (if there is one) is buried deep in a slew of characters. Zakia (Saba Pervaiz) and Razia
It’s bad timing for Sanam’s (Hania Amir) wayward husband Khurram (Syed Jibran), who arrives home with his new wife Natasha
It must be quite a challenge to script a straightforward romance, because our writers seem to be able to only dish out awkward
The conservative, middle-class Cinderella Mushk’s (Yumna Zaidi) best friend Sehba (Komal Aziz) spills the beans to Mushk’s dad
In this Covid-19 pandemic, more and more of us are getting used to planning our schedule...
Sidra Sehar Imran’s story seems to be following the latest trend emerging presently in our TV plays, where the central character
Young and stylish Chef Furqan Latif brings some relevant Covid-19 safety advice and a refreshing variety of non
Social distancing is a term that has become common since the coronavirus pandemic.
Quite a few episodes have gone by without much development in the story. Previously, our TV dramas were fixated
It’s Abdullah’s (Bilal Abbas) university crush Shanzay (Yashma Gill) versus his wife Mahjabeen (Yumna Zaidi), because he can’t
If front doors weren’t left open in TV plays, random people wouldn’t walk into people’s homes to make catastrophic changes in their lives.