Hooked On To TV: 5 Pakistani Dramas We Have On Our Radar Right Now

With 2024 taking the reins on TV, Pakistani dramas continue to captivate audiences with their evolving narratives and exceptional performances! From intense love sagas to gripping crime thrillers, the small screen is ablaze with stories that leave an indelible mark on our hearts – and there isn’t going to be anything stopping this streak soon.

But, as always say, not all dramas are made equal. Some just shine way brighter than the rest. Be it because of their fresh stories, the return of our favourite actors (we’re looking at you, Hamza) or just the immense love they get from the audiences, there’s so much that make them the dramas everyone cannot help but talk about.

Exploring exactly this, Diva delves into the dramas that have truly piqued our interest, promising a rollercoaster of emotions…


Starring Hamza Ali Abbasi and Ayeza Khan in lead roles with Asif Raza Mir, Savera Nadeem, and Haris Waheed in supporting ones, this Qasim Ali Mureed directorial has proven once again that love knows no bounds. Airing on ARY Digital, Jaan-e-Jahan, the much-awaited return of Hamza Ali Abbasi on our television sets, is woven with passion and intensity. Exploring the all-encompassing power of love, this drama has been taking viewers on a journey of emotions that are transcending the ordinary!

Ishq Murshid

Starring Dur-e-Fishan Saleem and Bilal Abbas Khan, Ishq Murshid has quickly become one of the most talked about dramas on the year. This Farooq Rind directorial on HUM TV has made quite a strong case for how life changes, of course, with the touch of Pakistani masala storytelling. Talking about how destiny weaves its intricate threads, the drama is about bringing together two souls from different worlds. With gripping emotions, cerebral intrigue, and an undercurrent of secrets, this drama continues to be captivating in its exploration of love, fate, and the mysterious forces that bind us together!

Mannat Murad

A polarizing hit on television right now starring Talha Chahour and Iqra Aziz, Mannat Murad has clearly been one that made every one gasp or guffaw! Directed by Syed Wajahat Hussain, the GEO drama unfolds a tale of love tested by familial interference. As Mannat and Murad’s hearts find solace in each other, misunderstandings arise, challenging the strength of their bond. Will their love conquer the hurdles imposed by their families? We sincerely hope so! But, till then, all that’s going on in between is keeping glued to our seats!


Bringing everyone’s favourite Feroze Khan on the television screen with the heartthrob Neelam Muneer, Khumar on GEO navigates the complexities of love against societal expectations. Fate intertwines their lives, with Faiz born into affluence and Hareem hailing from a lower-middle-class background has been something that has kept the drama interesting, and it continues to unravel the intricacies of love in the way that Pakistanis love – messy, entertaining and downright intriguing!

Serial Killer

You know when you have Saba Qamar in a project, there’s hardly anything you cannot love about it! Serial Killer on Green Entertainment is one such example. Starring Daniyal Raheal alongside the actress, the drama is a thrilling narrative where a cunning killer leaves no discernible clues, setting the stage for a cat-and-mouse chase with the determined police force. This drama has continued to explore the themes of injustice, revenge, and societal impact, and has really kept the audience glued to a gripping tale that delves into the dark motives behind mysterious killings! Will it continue to make us this excited? We hope so!

Which drama is your favourite right now? Tell us in the comments section below.

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