Drama Review | Aye Musht-e-Khak | Cast and Characters


Aye Musht-e-Khaak is a new Har Pal Geo drama that started airing on December 13, 2021.

Aye Musht-e-Khaak narrates a riveting tale of the longstanding fight between good and evil. As two completely different individuals with opposing approaches towards life comes together and the way the path of righteousness overpowers the wrongdoings. Mustajab is a charming young man who has a rational outlook towards life and believes in planning. His lack of belief in fate and his go-getter attitude makes him distinctive from those around him. On the other hand, Dua is a kind-hearted girl who has a firm belief in fate and predestination. Her strong values and morals make her confident and steadfast in her life decisions. Things take a surprising turn in Mustajab and Dua’s life when Mustajab falls in love with Dua however Dua refuses to reciprocate the same feelings. Mustajab who is not accustomed to refusal becomes agitated and his liking towards Dua soon turns into obsession. Mustajab forgets to distinguish between love and stubbornness while a series of lies and deceit continues. Despite Mustajab’s obsessive behaviour, will Dua ever find out about Mustajab’s reality and his web of lies? Will Mustajab realize Dua’s strong personality and her firm belief in Allah?


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Producer: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Writer: Maha Malik
Director: Aehsun Talish
Music Composition: Shani Arshad
Vocals: Shani Arshad, Yashal Shahid
Lyrics: Sabir Zafar


Mustajab & family

Feroze Khan as Mustajab aka Bobby

the male lead – successful, handsome, and arrogant

Iffat Omar as Shakeela Rauf

Mustajab’s widowed mother. She’s friends with Nimrah. They have been neighbours and also cousins.

Dua & family

Sana Javed as Dua

the female lead, a sweet girl who loves her family and has full trust in Allah. She’s doing masters in Islamiyat.

Asad Siddiqui as Dayaan

Dua’s twin brother, older by five minutes

Shahood Alvi as Sajjad

Dua and Dayaan’s father. He belongs to a feudal family. Even though he has pursued high education, he has not cut roots from his fuedal side. That’s why they live in a big farm house.

Sadaf Ashan as Nimrah

Dua and Dayaan’s mother. She isn’t like a typical mother who would jump to hear of a proposal for her daughter. I will explain this in detail in first episode’s review


Shabbir Jan as Imaam Sahib

Ayesha Gul as Abida

Shajeer Uddin as Sauleha

Namrah Shahid as Tabeen

Danial Afzal as Taqi

Shiza as Saima

Hira Umer as Sadaf

Ellie Zaid as Javeria

Shah Jee as Shah Saleem

I will add more characters and details as they make their appearances in the story. Until next post, do check my books on Amazon.

17 Comments Add yours

  1. Mrs Adeel says:

    OST is not good at all, it plays important role to promote drama and associate it with the story and characters.

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