Dramas We’re Loving At The Moment

It is indeed a great time to get hooked onto dramas, with the covid cases on the rise, we’d recommend you order in your favourite comfort food and enjoy the finest of Pakistani television. We’re sharing with you today our favourite dramas that we think should definitely be on your watch-list!


Jo Bichar Gaye

Channel: GEO

Starring: Wahaj Ali, Maya Ali, Adnan Jaffar, Nadia Jamil, Talha Chshour

Director: Haissam Hussain

Writer: Ali Moeen

Loosely based on a book by Colonel Z I Farrukh detailing his experience of the events and his time as a prisoner of war, the drama presents the tension, conspiracy and murders in East Pakistan during 1971 and how it took a toll on everyone.



Channel: HUM TV

Starring: Ahmed Ali Akbar, Yumna Zaidi, Nouman Ijaz, Ushna Shah, Urwa Hocane

Director: Shahzad Kashmiri

Writer: Hashim Nadeem


With Parizaad on the edge to get Sharjeel killed, we saw how the man softened for Annie and came back to his senses. Being done with P. Z. Mir, Pari is on a journey and we’re excited to see what the future holds for us!



Channel: ARY Digital

Starring: Kubra Khan, Yumna Zaidi, Sajal Aly, Saira Yousuf, Ramsha Khan, Yehali Tashya

Director: Nadeem Baig

Writer: Umera Ahmed


The girls have started their training and it is a treat to watch! From their struggles to the strict protocols at the PMA, we’re thoroughly enjoying Sinf-e-Aahan.



Channel: HUM TV

Starring: Hadiqa Kiani, Bilal Abbas Khan, Sakina Samo, Usama Khan

Director: Danish Nawaz

Writer: Sarwat Nazir.


We all breathed a sigh of relief after Mehru and Mahir get married, we just can’t wait to see how the couple faces the world now.


Aye Musht-e-Khaak

Channel: GEO

Starring: Feroze Khan, Sana Javed

Director: Aehsun Talish

Writer: Maha Malik


With Dua finding out things one after and Mustajab having to deal with Shiza, we’re waiting with bated breath to see Mustajab’s spiritual journey already!


Channel: HUM TV

Starring: Atif Aslam, Nauman Ijaz, Sania Saeed, Samiya Mumtaz, Kubra Khan, Hania Aamir, Zaviyar Ijaz, Omair Rana

Director: Saife Hassan

Writer: Mustafa Afridi

With Hilmand picking up beef with his father on the jargah’s verdict for Ghag, the drama overall has been par excellence, from the cinematography to the dialogues to Atif’s acting, it’s an absolute hit and one you cannot miss!

What dramas have you been keeping up with? Let us know in the comments below!

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