Ashar and Khirad are forced to get married due to desperate circumstances. Sara is Ashar's childhood friend and believed she would marry Ashar. Khirad is caught within this love-triangle with other internal and external forces at play.
Khizar returns from abroad and demands Farida fulfill her promise. Sara refuses, but Farida insists her, since Khizar threatens to admit the truth to Asher. Hareem's heart surgery takes place and is ...
A school teacher was left by her husband with her 3 daughters and marries another women for the sake of getting a male child. The story focuses on gender biasness and the difference between the classes in terms of the affluence level.
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The story revolves around two neighbors, Manahil (Maya Ali) and Salahuddin (Hamza Ali Abbasi). They live in a provincial town in Sindh. Manahil, nicknamed as Mannu is best friend of Salahuddin's younger sister Beeya (Aiman Khan). Mannu's family is joint and wealthy where as Salahuddin lives a simple life with his mother (Ismat Zaidi), father (Shehryar Zaidi) and sister.
A story about a woman who was wrongfully accused of adultery and her daughter from the second marriage, who later finds the truth about her mother's past as she herself gets married into the same family.
Shehr-e-Zaat is a story of young woman's journey as she strives to make up for all the time she has lost in worldly pursuits and finally give in to Allah's will, after learning harsh realities of life she traveled from Self to Subsistence
Story starts showing Yousaf in a railway station who, quickly jumps into the train, he sees Zulekha in a train for the very first time and is unable to get her out of his mind. Zulaikha on ... See full summary »
Sara and Ashar are childhood friends who share the same status, Sara has always had strong emotions for Ashar; while Khirad lives with her mother in a two bedroom apartment. Ashar and Khirad are forced into a marriage due to desperate circumstances. Khirad is a proud and self-sufficient person and does not give importance to wealth and power, she only hopes for respect. Ashar believes that he would have married a girl equal to his stature but was forced into a loveless marriage. Slowly their relationship gets stronger and the two find common grounds to begin their marriage. Along with internal struggles between these two strong characters; Sara and those around her plot to create enmity between the newly married couple.Written by