A Pakistani web series by VOGO – ‘Miss Per-Fact’ is making waves on social media


As the trend for web series rises across the globe and is taking a flight in Pakistan, ‘Miss Per-Fact’, has recently launched starring the new millennial actors, Vardah Aziz and Furqan Qureshi. The online series is making waves on social media owing to its modern & relevant storyline and tongue-in-cheek script. The series was launched on VOGO, Video On The Go, a new entrant in the online web-series arena of the country.

Miss Per-Fact is a story about a couple, Furqan and Vardah, who fell in love and got married two years ago. They now live alone in a posh apartment in Karachi and deal with situations that mirror the day-to-day problems couples go through in this modern day and age.

Watch the teaser here:

Miss Per-Fact – Teaser | VOGO

From laughter fits to endless fights, how will this couple make things right?Miss Per-Fact – teaser streaming now!Join us on YouTube for updates: https://urlzs.com/v7ucU#VideoOnTheGo #MissPerFact

Posted by VOGO on Friday, June 14, 2019

The wife is the epitome of perfection and wants to fix everything around her, especially her husband who has absolutely no idea about how to deal with life.

Miss Per-fact brings a comedic spin to real-life scenarios and offers modern take to Pakistani entertainment.

With YouTube booming and giving a tough competition to traditional TV, online content has picked up pace where audiences are turning towards digital media for video-on-demand style entertainment options.

Setting the objective to disrupt the online content scene, VOGO with the finest production house and a dynamic marketing team is set to create a much more engaging web series to be witnessed by the industry!

To watch the episodes, visit BOGO’s digital channels!

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