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.
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.
Hina Khawaja Bayat,
Zahra Hidayatullah and Maliha Sami have been close friends for over seven years. Zahra belongs to a lower middle class family and Maliha comes from an upper class household, yet their class... See full summary »
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.
Aunn Zara revolves around two individuals, Aunn and Zara. Both are equally spoiled by their families but are poles apart. Both get married (to avoid the problems faced due to their families) and find twists in each turn.
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A girl named Gul-e-Rana (Sajal Ali) who always struggled to get the rights of women gets married to a abusive man Adeel (Feroze Khan). She tries to transform Adeel's mentality for which she... See full summary »
Imran Bhatti, a New York cab driver, left Pakistan and his widowed mother there 15 years ago. He lives with an American wife, Kathy, in a convenience marriage for citizenship but is not happy. Salma is a hairdresser and effective single parent stuck in a marriage with a wayward husband, Sikander. She bumps into chatty, happy go lucky Imran a couple of times and is not impressed initially. Jamshed, Imran's nephew in Pakistan gets a 6 month tourist visa to the U.S. which is his dream come true. Despite warnings of a tough life from his uncle, he flies to America and has a difficult time establishing himself. His luck changes when he is hired by restauranteur, Michele, who takes a liking to him.Written by
This 27 episode series is the best drama series I have ever watched. I have no doubts about it. The story, the characters, the actors, amazing. I totally loved it. Nouman Ijaz's (bhatti) character and acting are really extraordinary. Just 3-4 episodes through I was hooked to this series and could not help but watch it day and night. I have never watched any series with such intensity. I would have to applaud Nouman Ijaz, Adnan Jaffar ,Aamina Sheikh. Everybody did an awesome job. I wish they could make a sequel to this. I really do. I am not probably gonna watch more series starring Nouman Ijaz. The series shows how even "good" people can become selfish monsters under the hardships of life. Only true and pure can endure the test. It shows what it means to be a woman and what it mean to be a real man. What a man shouldn't be. Bhatti who had been away from him home back in Pakistan to America realizes that it is not the wealth that matters in the end. It's the people, the family, love that actually matter. I am really inspired by the character of Bhatti.
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