Pakistani dramas are the best in the world. And there’s absolutely no doubt about it. People from all over the world are in love with our content, and for good reason. The entertainment industry works hard to entertain its viewers. The top Pakistani dramas can only be those which offer the best. The best content comes before everything else.
What about those days when you can’t find anything to watch? Well, we’ve got you covered.
Producer: Moomal Entertainment & MD Productions
Director: Kashif Nisar
Writer: Zafar Mairaj
HUM TV’s latest drama, Inkaar features Yumna Zaidi, Sami Khan and Imran Ashraf in key roles. Written by Zafar Mairaj and directed by Kashif Nisar, the plot revolves around the idea of consent and has a social message which screams ‘No Means No’.
This story revolves around Hajra played by Yumna Zaidi, an actor who excels at playing brave young women without losing the charm of innocence when bucking tradition. Hajra is the kind of girl anyone would root for: simple, hardworking and above all courageous.
Cheekh (is a 2019 Pakistani crime-drama television series created and produced by Fahad Mustafa and Dr. Ali Kazmi under their production house, Big Bang Entertainment. It features Saba Qamar, Bilal Abbas Khan, Azekah Daniel, Maira Khan, Emmad Irfani, and Aijaz Aslam. The serial began on ARY Digital on January 5, 2019. Its story revolves around Sba Qasmar who lost her everything, her mother and husband in a battle of justice for her friend, who was raped and murdered.
Suno Chanda 2
Writer: Saima Akram Chaudhry
Director: Ahson Talish
Producer: MD Productions
Suno Chanda 2 was a Ramazan special serial. This season continues from where the first season ended. The series explores the story of Jiya (Iqra Aziz) and Arsal (Farhan Saeed) after their marriage and also focuses on the marriage ceremonies of Sherry (Nabeel Zuberi) with Kinza (Mashal Khan) and Billo (Mizna Waqas) with Joji (Ali Safina). Nadia Afghan’s outstanding performance entertained the people not only in Pakistan but across the world.
Ranjha Ranjha Kardi
Writer: Faiza Iftikhar
Director: Kashif Nisar
Ranjha Ranjha Kardi is an odd love story of Noori played by Iqra Aziz (A street sweeper’s daughter) and Bhoola played by Imran Ashraf (who is mentally challenged). This drama aired on Hum Tv. Ranjha Ranjha Kardi set the bar high. The viewers who followed it religiously were completely into the characters.
Overall Ranjha Ranjha Kardi was entertaining and emotionally impactful with some of the most well established characters with depth and meaning, they also always had a clear goal, which made their journeys relatable as well as engaging. Imran Ashraf and Iqra Aziz’s outstanding performances won the viewers over.
Mere Pass Tum Ho
Writer: Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar
Director: Nadeem Baig
Producer: Six Sigma Plus
Mere Pass Tum Ho is currently the most watched drama. It airs on Ary Digital. Mere Paas Tum Ho has created many rating records. This drama revolves around a story of deceive which continues to hold the interest of the viewers.
Mere Pass Tum Ho’s dialogues are being loved by the general public. Its characters have gained the kind of popularity which dramas get rarely. It is the story of a married couple. Also, that of two different individuals on their own journeys.
Writer: Sarwat Nazir
Director: Syed Wajahat Rauf
Producer: Six Sigma Plus/Next Level Entertainment
Do Bol was the most watched Ary drama in 2019. ‘Do Bol’ is the latest Pakistani drama serial that ended on May 5, 2019. It aired on February 25 the first time. It instantly struck a chord with masses owing to its relatable storyline and heartfelt performances by the cast.
To the most part, this drama portrays a sweet love story and also sheds light on the challenges a woman goes through in a patriarchal society. A woman always becomes the victim of sacrifice where she is expected to put other’s happiness before her own.
Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Haseeb Hasan
Producer: Epic Entertainment
Alif was the most awaited drama of this year. Alif is based on Umera Ahmed’s popular novel. Another reason why viewers were waiting for this drama impatiently was Hamza Ali Abbasi’s comeback. He was making a comeback on television after a long break.
Like many other dramas written by Umera Ahmed, Alif too has a spiritual and religious element. These elements resonate with the viewers when done right.
Ehd e Wafa
Writer: Mustafa Afridi
Director: Saife Hassan
Producer: MD Productions/ ISPR
Pakistani drama Ehd e Wafa have managed to develop a fan base in India too.
The story is centred on four college friends who meet at Cadet College in Murree in a drama serial about true friendship, love and patriotism. Some of the performances are amazing. Zara Noor Abbas, Ahad Raza Mir, Ahmed Ali Akbar and Wahaj Ali’s superb performances are being loved by many.
Writer: Hashim Nadeem
Director: Farooq Rind
Producer: MD Productions/ Moomal Productions
Ishq Zah-e-Naseeb offers a different storyline filled with mystery. Ishq Zahe Naseeb talks about split personality disorder, where Zahid Ahmed is depicting a male character suffering from Dissociative identity disorder (DID), a psychological condition where in a person experiences two or more personality states taking control over the person.
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