Top 6 Pakistani dramas of 2020 to add in your new watch list

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Pakistani drama industry is flourishing day by day while producing quality content for the audience. Besides entertainment, it also highlights some important social issues. The amalgamation of veteran actors and the new talent is simply working as a foundation to sparkle the acting skills, the production, story, and everything that’s compulsory to make a drama serial.

This year you’ll see a lot of amazing dramas on different channels which are based on different content like friendship, humour and illness etc. but there are a few trending dramas which you must watch.

Here are a few drama serials to add up in your watch list:

Mere Paas Tum Ho

The drama serial Mere Pass Tum Ho has been making waves on the internet since the first episode. The major cast of the drama serial includes Ayeza Khan, Humayun Saeed and Adnan Siddiqui. Written by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar and directed by Nadeem Baig, the story is a rich composition of emotions defining the connection between husband and wife specifically concerning this era. Now, the drama has been left with the last episode and people are anxiously waiting to see that what will happen in the end.

Alif

Produced by Sana Shahnawaz and Samina Humayun Saeed, Alif is the masterpiece I must say! Written by Umera Ahmed based on her novel and directed by Haseeb Hassan the cast includes Hamza Ali Abbasi, Sajal Aly, Kubra Khan and Ahsan Khan in leading roles. Alif revolves around the journey of a mutinous film-maker and a struggling actress, both having troubled pasts. It shows how both came transversely on the same path and value the terminology of the alphabet Alif exemplifying the connection of an individual with his God.

Ehd e Wafa

Written by Mustafa Afridi and directed by Saife Hassan, the cast includes Ahad Raza Mir, Osman Khalid Butt, Wahaj Ali, Ahmed Ali Akbar, Zara Noor Abbas and Alizey Shah in the main role. The drama serial is sponsored by ISPR which is based on the life and friendship of four friends named as SSG boys. The way they struggle in their life to achieve their aim and goals to make their family proud, somehow they’ve parted away due to some misunderstandings. Let’s see what happens next.

Damsa

Produced by Wajahat Rauf and directed by Danish Nawaz, Damsa is purely based on the beggar mafia and child trafficking going on in society. The cast of the drama includes Nadia Jamil, Emaan Khan, Shahood Alvi, Gul e Rana, Sameena Nazir, and Momal Sheikh in leading roles. The drama serial depicts a sensitive and thought-provoking issue of society. Nadia Jamil has made her comeback with this drama. The way a mother (Nadia Jamil) struggles to get her daughter (Emaan Khan) back from the hell of child trafficking will give you goosebumps.

Ruswai

Ruswai has hooked a large number of audience with its storyline since the first episode. The story of this drama serial revolves around the sensitive yet important sexual abuse issues and explicitly the orthodox treatment of the society towards the victim. Sana Javed is playing the leading role and Mikaal Zulfiqar is acting as her husband who is also very domineering about the society’s reaction and treatment towards the victim who is no one other than his wife in the drama.

Yeh Dil Mera

Written by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Aehsun Talish, the story discovers the irrefutable chemistry and attraction between opposites. The cast includes Ahad Raza Mir, Sajal Aly and Adnan Siddiqui in the leading role. Ahad plays Amaan, a young wise man who runs his own successful business. Sajal plays Noor ul Ain, a girl who has trouble sleeping due to some past traumas which are yet unknown whereas Adnan Siddiqui is playing as Mir Farooq aka Agha Jaan who is Sajal’s overprotective father who seems to be a very hazardous man with a mysterious past.

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