Television today has a much broader reach than cinema. And now that the content is being uploaded to the internet, it has also found a whole new audience. And as this new audience is exposed to content from all over the world, they are hungry for blatant criticism of the good and the bad. Here is a wrap-up of the best Pakistani Dramas.
Unfortunately, our desi TV series gave up on good stories and opted for the supernatural path instead. And this comes after years of saas-bahu drama. But fortunately, hope is not far off. Or across borders, precisely!
Although relatively new, Pakistan’s television industry is gaining momentum quickly in terms of popularity and quality content.
With a limited number of episodes of each show. The format and extraordinary storyline that has been hard-wired in the West are sure to attract audiences around the world. The plot is not drawn, the background music is minimal, and the language is just poetry.
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So, if you’re craving good TV, go online and watch these 10 Best Pakistani dramas instead.
Based on the novel by Razia Butt, this work tells the story of the division of a subcontinent. For us, life is made up of our troubles, pains, and happiness, but those who suffer from division do not have their own. They fought for their identity, their independent nation, their honor, and dignity. A must-see for all ages, young and old, with the perfect blend of love, fear, courage, and patriotism. Much of the story revolves around Bano, who is so devoted to Pakistan that he never compromises with anyone to destroy it. With an IMDB rating of 8.8, it has become one of the most iconic Pakistani TV dramas to date.
2. Aakhri Station
Choose Khusat’s work to be inspired by his storytelling that reveals the rotten place in our society. “Baagi” and “Ahri Station” are the best of all his exciting stories. The story begins when Sanam Said, also known as
Temina becomes mentally ill from the day he saw his mother jumping off the roof. She later married, but her depression gradually killed her. From her psychiatrist to her serene views on nature and the birth of her child, nothing could help her.
However, her life changes dramatically when she meets a group of women traveling on the same train as her. In each episode, these women shared depressing stories and hearing their stories helped Tehmina get out of her depression. So who were these women?
Cheekh has a strong storyline, and the plot is accentuated by Saba Qamar’s brilliant acting, who fights to the end for justice for a friend who is sexually abused by her brother-in-law and kicked out of a building. In the fight for the truth, she lost everything.
She did not give up on her mother, her husband, and even her unborn child. The story went on, but the lessons it taught us are wonderful. Taking third place on the list is the silhouette of Allah’s justice and mercy to those who choose the right path.
4. Dil Mom Ka Diya
Dil MKD is another mega-hit under the auspices of ARY Digital. The story revolves around a narcissistic girl who has rarely found anyone to match her looks. Her father tied her up by marrying her middle-aged man who said she was a monster of her beauty. He was rich in heart and did his best to please her wife, but she did not thank God and always cursed her life for being his wife.
History is a lesson for those who blindly follow their desires and want everything to be in their hands. If you do not thank the blessings, only suffering and regret will remain for the rest of your life. In summary, this story teaches us a lot. I would like to watch it again so that I can listen to the lecture again.
5. Zindagi Gulzar Hai
ZGH is a super hit TV series airing on HUM TV. The story of Kassaff, a middle-class girl who always complains to Allah about the difficulties of her life. Her father abandoned them because her mother gave birth to three daughters rather than sons. As the older sister of the family, she set out on her own to improve her financial situation.
While in college, she met Zarun, a boy who was the center of everyone’s attention, but she couldn’t accept that a middle-class girl like Kashaf was simply ignoring him. But he was quietly drawn to her intelligence and found that she was different from other girls. Later their paths crossed and their fates crossed. This story sets a good example for those who believe that their daughter cannot be like her son and achieve great success. This holiday is also celebrated abroad and has successfully achieved a rating of 9.0 on IMDB.
6. Aesi Hai Tanhai
The story of a college student couple who desperately love each other but point out their weaknesses. The boy Hamza challenged her. If she trusts him, she shouldn’t be afraid to share private photos with him. Pakiza’s girlfriend tried to surprise her with a private photo on her phone, but to her embarrassment, the hijackers ripped off her phone, and the photo floated in the air like a scent that later dishonors her.
From being abandoned by her real family to being raped and tortured, there was nothing waiting for her to welcome her. The reason I put this drama in the top 10 is that the plot is very relevant to today’s youth. It is horrifying to see what will happen if we become involved in a forbidden relationship.
7. Ek Thi Marium
A short documentary about the life of a brave and courageous female warrior, Marium Mukhtyar, who was martyred while serving in the military. She is a girl embodied in her patriotism for her Pakistan and has dedicated herself to her dream at the peak she has reached.
Featuring a brilliant performance by Sanam Baloch, this documentary is another tribute to Khusat’s work. You can learn lessons from consistency, courage, patriotism, and strong will in this great documentary.
Another Sanam`s Baloch megahit serial who is married to the only and most effective son born with the golden spoon. His mother and father saved him and pampered him to a point that he rarely feels every person is suitable apart from himself. He feels pleased with demeaning her spouse in public and makes her sense horrific about her.
Despite all this, Saba attempted to make the connection paintings however later found out that she had stuck the incorrect quit of the stick. In those circumstances, Ammar`s first-rate pal Fakhar turns into the emotional assistant for Saba. Treating ladies as an item is the worst element a person can do. Our faith in Islam has laid emphasis on ladies’ dignity. Hence, disrespecting them is definitely discouraged and this drama is the first-rate instance of that.
This story deals with the sensitive topic of child abuse in our society. The girl was sexually harassed by her stepfather and stuck out her tongue. She grew up under the torture of her stepfather and was shattered.
When she saw her father lead a free life despite all the bad things she had done to her. This story left a powerful message that we must speak up when we are bullied, raped, and tortured. Never shut your mouth.
10. Ranjha Ranjha Kardi
This is the bizarre love story between the daughter of a scavenger Nouri, played by Iqra Aziz, and a mentally disabled boy, Bhul, played by Imran Ashraf. The plot changes dramatically as Nuri and Bula live together.
It also talks about spousal abuse and the factors that women have to deal with when they have people like Bhoola. IMDB’s 9.1 ratings have earned acclaim worldwide.
Well, these are the best Pakistani dramas that dominated their time and are still in the spotlight today because of their amazing storyline and the lessons it has taught us.If you missed a favorite, you can add it to the comments below.
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