Sidra Sehar Imran’s story seems to be following the latest trend emerging presently in our TV plays, where the central character
Fouzia Nasir Ahmad
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.
There’s a lot of talk these days about being healthy and boosting your immunity.
After finding out that wife Narmeen (Zoya Nasir) had conspired with husband Sultan’s (Danish Taimoor) manager to defame him
After getting married to her brother-in-law Hatim (Hammad Farooqi), the cunning Shamila (Nazish Jahangir) drops her
The newlywed bride Mehru (Ayeza Khan) gets divorced on her wedding night because of some light banter the groom Naeem
Despite being married to the younger sister Rumaisa (Hania Aamir), Hamza (Feroze Khan) uses every opportunity he gets to
Instead of focusing on how the issue of impotence can lead to trust issues and badly impact marriages, which is why the
“What are you wearing? What are you eating?
The serial flaunts a star cast in a story by Maha Malik (award-winner Mere Meherban) where Yumna Zaidi as Mushk is a
Domestic politics, including the done-to-death gag where the evil woman in the family spills cooking oil on the floor so
Not as immaculately executed as it could have been, the serial nevertheless tackled the issue of women’s harassment
So far so good for Nimra (Iqra Aziz) who consistently lied through her teeth to create a volatile situation between her
The somewhat disconnected addition of Humayun Saeed as Major Humayun might have enhanced the ratings but, apart from
What’s wrong with Aman (Ahad Raza Mir)? Instead of his wife Anna (Sajal Aly) going to the psychiatrist, he should have
Pakistan on a Plate is hosted by Nilofer Afridi Qazi, who has filmed over 50 episodes so far.