Excursion of a born philanthropist, determined to fill the void in uniform distribution of education in her community, without the bounds of finances. Zimal faces multiple obstacle in her virtuous way, from personal wounds to feudal establishment, everything seems to diverge her astray. Written by Kashif Anwer, directed by Shehzad Kashmiri and produced under the banner of Momina Duraid Productions, the cast of Neem includes, Syed Jibran, Mawra Hussain, Arslan Naseer, Hani Taha, Maryam Nafees, Shamyl Khan, Ameer Gilani, Adeel Khan, Ismat Zaidi, Alamdar Khan, Areeba Tirmizi, Tahira Shahzad, Yousuf Bashir Qureshi & Others. Watch Neem starting only on HUM TV.
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Written by Kashif Anwar
Directed by ShahzadKashmiri.
A Project by Momina Duraid Productions.
[Source: Hum TV’s Official Youtube Channel]
Cast and Characters
Mawra Hussain as Zimal
The protagonist, a philanthropist
Yousuf Bashir Qureshi as Shah Alam
The patriarch of the “riches” in Kashmir, Zimal’s grandfather. He is the sweetest person you’d see, but he could also be strict and stern as hell if needed. And look at his swag…
Syed Jibran as Karamat
The villain of this story, Zimal’s cousin, he treats the poors as if he “owns” them. He has a temper, as you can see from his first appearance.
Arslan Naseer as Shazil
Zimal’s fiance, deeply in love with Zimal, but Zimal has other plans, so marriage isn’t in the cards for the next two years.
Ameer Gillani as Arshad
Zimal’s secret admirer, he stutters
Maryam Nafees as Maryam
Zimal’s colleague and possibly her saukan? I’m not so sure.
Shamil Khan as Asad
Arshad’s older brother, a good samaritan. He runs a jeep and often gives ride to even strangers.
Arshad’s younger Brother
Manzar Sehbai as Ayaz Sir
Professor at Lahore Uni, Zimal’s ideal.
Arshad’s friend, he knows that Arshad likes Zimal
Hassan Shah as Jameel
Karamat’s right-hand man
Afsheen Karamat’s daughter
The Cable Guy
Arshad’s roommate in US
I will add more characters as the drama progresses.
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