This last episode wasn’t as solid as I expected it to be because as a whole Tum Kon Piya’s story was quite convincing throughout. Zarbab’s change of heart seemed rushed and it wasn’t very believable either. All the information he got, came from a third person and not Arif himself but somehow he was willing to believe it only because he saw Arif’s present condition. Arif’s end was predictable but it would have been so much better if Arif was in a position to say all that Zarbab needed to hear Continue reading “Tum Kon Piya Last Episode Review”
“Aankhein dekhti reh jaati hein” well Faraz, Gulsher, Kashif and Shahnaz the four most popular most loveable and endearing characters ever to grace our screens.
The romance of army on television screens is ages old and we saw many terrific productions like Aahan, Shahpar, Samunder Jaag Raha Hai and Nishaan e Haider. but Alpha Bravo Charlie was way ahead of them all.
A simple tale of three young army officers who we have seen before in “sunheray din” as they embark on the start of thier professional life. The way they go through their service patterns and then how they all end up falling in love with the same girl Shehnaz (Some would disagree with me on Kashif) Continue reading “Alpha Bravo Charlie: A tale of Honour Drama Review”
Mein Sitara Review: Sitara fights back with full vigor
This review was first published by TV One on September 30, 2016.
Sitara has finally the hard lesson of life that in order to survive she has to emerge as a fighter and stop giving importance to what others are saying.
She has learnt the art to speak her mind – and it is going to be her biggest tool to survive in this harsh world. She is no more a weak girl who gets offended by Naseem Dil Ruba cruel words. She shows her mirror by telling her the reality – Naseem Dil Ruba has fallen down from a super star of cinema to a dancing girl of stage. Continue reading “TV One Drama Mein Sitara Review”
This review was first published by HAFSA SAEED on OCT 19, 2016
Aijaz Aslam’s next production, Ahsaas, reveals the story of a dysfunctional family.
Pakistan might be a land of power shortages, limited water supply and gas crisis, but one thing its blossoming at is churning out one drama after another for its audience. With a plethora of private channels, the production houses never seem to hold back when it comes to producing Continue reading “Urdu1 Drama Ahsas Review”
Zeeshan Shah is afraid of getting his secret exposed!!!
This review was first published by TV One on September 20, 2016
TV One’s currently on aired play Mann Pyasa takes an important turn this week when the brutal feudal lord cum corrupt politician Zeeshan Shah feels scared as his biggest secret is about to get unveiled.
Zeeshan Shah’s anger and Aman Shah sudden disappearance
Zeehan Shah’s mentally-impaired younger brother Aman Shah somehow manages to escape from hospital leaving his big brother frustrated and angry. He was admitted to Zeeshan Shah’s close friend’s mental hospital under the tight security of guards. No one is allowed to meet him and a dedicated nurse is always available at his disposal to look after him. Continue reading “TV One Drama Mann Pyasa Review”
This review was first published by PK Dramas on Jan 27, 2016
Bahu Raniyan – The story is about Hiba a girl with a silent temperament and Sarah who on the other hand is jolly, careless and non-serious. Hiba’s parents pass away after which she stays with her Uncle Qasim, his wife Nasira and their daughter Sarah. Rashida who lives in the same vicinity sends a proposal of a very good family for Hiba, after which Nasira wishes that the proposal should be for Sarah. Getting inspired by the family’s way of living, Saeeda, who is Rashida’s sister, proposes to Nasira that she wants to get both her sons Sharim and Saad married to Hiba and Sarah to which they have a mutual consent. The wedding takes place with Continue reading “Bahoo Raniyan Pakistani Drama on Express TV – Review”
Pakistan’s premium entertainment channel, TV One, has revolutionized the television industry by staying away from soapy lackluster serials and focus in airing thought-provoking, enlightening and entertaining content that draws attention towards issues of social relevance.