The Other Side Of Our TV Industry

Corporate greed pulls in everybody. Glittery dresses, well known performers, sentimental stories with a ‘turn’, couples differentiating and re-uniting, sisters competition, dukhyari khwateen, revenge measures.. These are the stories that we frequently see on our television screens generally and are cherished by all.

In any case there is another segment of crowd who incline toward something other than what’s expected. Much the same as Bollywood industry is partitioned into segments like craftsmanship and business silver screen, comparably we have likewise had some “aesthetic” serials that don’t get their due distinguishment regarding evaluations. Be that as it may credit to those scholars for as yet attempting and not falling prey of corporate greed.

Here are a portion of the “hatke” serials that have hit our screen in later past.


Featuring Sanam Saeed, Hina Bayat Khan, Hassan Niazi, Shamim Hilali, Mehak Khan and others. It is roused by Indian creator Arundhati Roy’s 1997 novel The God of Small Things, which is an account of friendly twins whose youth encounters have characterized how they ought to love others. Composed by Bee Gul and coordinated by Khalid Ahmad. The story, the portrayal and the heading is altogether different from what we see on our TV screens routinely. The dramatization is displayed by Zoya (Mehak), who portrays the story of her mom Bibi (played by Sanam), who has endured and been misused. In a part not the same as her normally characters, Hina Bayat plays Appu, Zoya’s furious close relative. All the performers perform to the best of their capacity.


Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi:

This one has a stellar thrown which incorporates Saba Qamar, Noman Ejaz, Irsa Ghazal, Noman Masood, Yumna Zaidi and Soahil Ahmad. Composed by Amna Mufti and coordinated by Kashif Nisar. It is taking into account the novel of same name composed by same author. With such a skilled cast you don’t expected anything yet a magnum opus and it doesn’t baffle the viewers. Set in a town, the story spins around the groups of two landowning siblings, Mian Yacoob (more established) and Mianji (more youthful), who are antagonized. Their youngsters are hitched as Vatta Satta (trade marriage).

Ullu Baraye Farokht Nah


Another gem by the group of talkhiyan. This one had Iffet Umer, Alishba Yousuf, Sohail Sameer, Anita camphore and others. The story is about people discovering their “pehchan” (personality). It is the voyage of Laila (Alishba Yousuf) who candidly meets to biting reality of life after marriage & Kukoo (Iffet Umer) who needs to discover her genuine character and what she needs from life. The serial is coordinated splendidly and all the on-screen characters made a fab showing. The serial was shot in edges of Islamabad and the grand magnificence was caught splendidly in addition to the ambient sounds was pleasant.


Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein:

Alright, this show does not precisely fall in “diletantish” classification however it had an alternate story. The main issue I had with this one was that it was excessively strong for family crowd. The cast included Resham, Hina Dilpazir, Adnan Siddique, Sajjal Ali, Minaal Khan, Imran Aslam and others. The story was about distinctive individuals, having a place with lower white collar class, living in a chawl in Karachi. Adnan Siddique and Hina Dilpazir efforlessly assumed the part of folks to 7 childer (counting Sajjal and Minaal) and 8th one in transit ;). Resham plays Shagufta who lives with her mom and sibling (both not ordinary). The serial delineates sharp substances of life of individuals living in such territories. There is a lot of funniness in this serial subsequently it doesn’t get exhausting to watch. Sajjal Ali, Minaal Khan, Imran Aslam and Resham superbly fits into their character and perform will full conviction. The OST by Shibani Kashyap, is all that much well-suited for the serial.

Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein


Composed by writer and artist Sarmad Sehbai, and coordinated by Farooq Rind and delivered by Momina Duraid. It stars Meekal Zulfiqar, Sadia Khan and Sabreen Hisbani in lead parts. Story spins around Danyal Malik (Meekal Zulfiqar), a rich and humble individual who has wagered with his companions that he would make Naina syed (sadia khan) fall head over heels in love for him, while her stay at Daniyal’s home with her gang. The story then takes a turns when Daniyal’s came to think about his past and the two go separate ways to discover endless peace. It was a 13 scene serial. Certain gathering of people had blended feeling about the completion scenes since they thought it wasn’t handled legitimately.


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