Dramatic Shades of Empowerment and Connection: Unveiling the Top 5 Green Dramas of the Week

In a week brimming with diverse narratives, Green Entertainment has delivered a riveting lineup of dramas that illuminate societal nuances and human connections. Among these, here we are unveiling top 5 Green dramas of the week.


  1. 22 Qadam: An Empowering Journey on the Cricket Pitch:

“22 Qadam” emerges as a powerful ode to the unyielding spirit of women striving to defy societal norms. This sports drama, penned by Zeeshan Ilyas and directed by Anjum Shahzad, crafts a poetic journey of empowerment on the cricket pitch. Hareem Farooq shines as Fari, the protagonist stepping ’22 Qadam’ towards her dreams, mirroring the size of the cricket field, symbolizing her resolute journey.

Watch the episode here:


  1. Kabli Pulao: Weaving Bonds Across Boundaries

 “Kabli Pulao” presents an unvarnished portrayal of Afghan refugees’ struggles. The unique love story between Mohammed Ehtashamuddin as Haji Mushtaq and Sabeena Farooq as Barbeena encapsulates love, sacrifice, and the human bond amidst cultural disparities. Written by Zafar Mairaj and skillfully directed by Kashif Nisar, the show sensitively navigates relationships across borders.


Episode 4 can be seen here:


  1. College Gate: Paving Paths Beyond Conformity

“College Gate” invites viewers to embark on a journey of self-discovery and dreams that defy conformity. Within the realm of emerging talents like Khaqan Shahnawaz, Maham Shahid, and Washma Fatima, the drama navigates the tumultuous terrain of adolescence and the struggle for self-identity. Written by Ateeq Anayat and Ali Sikandar, and helmed by Fahim Burney, the story resonates with the challenges of misunderstood teenagers and unaware parents, offering a poignant exploration of intergenerational dynamics.


Watch Episodes here:



  1. Jeevan Nagar: A Tale of Unity Against Divides

“Jeevan Nagar” unfurls as an engrossing tale interwoven with themes of identity crises, gender stereotypes, and societal divisions. Awais Ahmed’s writing and Kashif Nisar’s direction come together to capture the complexities of a town’s dynamics, encapsulated by the performances of Sohail Ahmed and Rabia Butt. The narrative paints a vivid picture of unity against adversities, with Babar Shah emerging as the beacon of hope.

You can watch the 4th episode here:


  1. Tumharey Husn Kay Naam: Love Amidst Class Divides

The heartwarming tale of “Tumharey Husn Kay Naam” takes center stage, led by Saba Qamar and Imran Abbas. Crafted by Umaira Ahmed and directed by Saqib Khan, the drama unfurls as a timeless love story between a poet and his muse. Against a backdrop of class differences, Saba Qamar’s Salma and Imran Abbas’s Sikandar breathe life into their characters, intricately depicting the emotions of love, nostalgia, and societal intricacies.

Watch episode here:


If you haven’t experienced these remarkable shows yet, you’ve certainly missed out on an essential dose of entertainment that shouldn’t be overlooked.

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