Hey, guess who’s in the mood to get some local entertainment from our very own Pakistani TV serials? Team Siddy Says, yes! While lounging in our comfy clothes for a relaxed evening and take a breather from the chronic channel-switching brought us to desi entertainment, and oh boy, we were pleasantly surprised to say the least!
Directed by Danish Nawaz, ‘Ishq Tamasha’ is a story of two couples. The leading ladies – Mirha played by Aiman Khan and Rushna played by Kinza Hashmi) are seen at competition with each other owing to their personality differences as Mirha is shown as a submissive orphan who dutifully performs all her chores but Rushna on the other hand is the go-getter who pays no attention to her means of achieving what she wants, even subjecting Mirha to unfair treatment.
We are grateful for this drama for throwing light on a very prevalent yet frowned upon topic in our society, which is Aids. It revolves around the story of Shafay who unknowingly becomes an unlucky victim and the lengths his family goes to, to hide this painful reality from him. Second lead of this serial is Bia who through tragic circumstances finds herself being married to Shafay but finds love and happiness actually. Will her happiness last, and how, for that you have to watch the show.
NOOR UL AIN
Starring the beautiful Sajal Ali and the very handsome Imran Abbasi as lead characters, this serial depicts the epic combination of romance and importance of following family values. Noor Ul Ain is attracting audiences by offering something unique in the form of a portrayal of a young couple taking decisions in haste and facing the subsequent consequences as a result.
Starring Farhan Saeed and Iqra Aziz, Suno Chanda is a typical take of two families who have brought their children together in holy matrimony without seeking their consent. Not only the two main characters hate each other, but they are also constantly thrust in each other’s company as they live in the same house. Will they eventually fall in love, or succeed in making their families believe that this match is a holy disaster? Keep watching to find out!
It is story about a happy family living together, struck apart by tragedy when the loving wife/Mother passed away due to Cancer. In order to fill in the shoes of a ‘woman of the house’, the father remarries and brings another woman home in order to help the grief-stricken children return to normalcy. But will the children be able to accept this new woman as their own mother? And more importantly, will she ever be truly a part of her new family or a mere misfit?
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