Drama Review | Angna | Cast & Characters

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Angna | Four Daughters, Four Families, Different Stories

The story of Angna is about Azfar Baig’s happy-go-lucky family, in which he has raised four beautiful daughters, who are going to get married into 4 entirely different families, which are somewhat dysfunctional.

Written By: Sameena Aijaz

Directed By: Saqib Zafar Khan & Tehseen khan

[Courtesy: ARY Digital]

Cast & Characters

Baig Family

Javed Sheikh as Azfar Baig

Azhar Baig is a successful businessman and a caring father who is living a happy life with her wife Zaiba and four daughters. Both parents want a prosperous and bright future for their daughters.

Atiqa Odho as Zaiba

Azfar Baig’s wife


The matriarch of the family, Azfar Baig’s mother

Areeba Habib as Abeeha

Daughter #1

Abeeha is the eldest daughter of Azhar Baig. She is a Sensible and disciplined girl, devoted to her family.

Rabab Hashim as Eshal

Daughter #2

Eshal is a shy, delicate and sensitive girl who doesn’t want to harm anybody for which she has to suffer a consequence.

Kanwal Khan as Aiza

Daughter #3

Aiza is meticulous and keeps her belongings with ultra care. She wants to be trusted and doesn’t tolerate being duped by anyone.

She’s studying architecture.

Laiba Khan as Nayab

Daughter #4

Nayab is the youngest daughter of Azhar Baig. The witty and innocent Nayab is oblivious about life challenges and simple enough to doubt anyone’s intention.

She’s doing MBA, I guess.

Son-in-law #1 and family

Azfar Rehman as Taimoor

Taimoor and Abeeha are in Nikkah with each other and they share a relationship of love and respect.

He wants to establish his business before rukhsati. Ladka mehnati hai.

Mohsin Gillani as Ziya

Taimoor’s father

Rabia Noren as Salma

Taimoor’s mother

Danial Afzal Khan as Moosa

Taimoor’s cousin


Son-in-law #2 and family

Ali Abbas as Zain

Zain is timid from the inside but portrays himself as a strong person. Doesn’t let anybody dominate him and looks at every matter from her mother’s perspective.

Zain and Eshal are into a disturbed marriage because Zain lets his mother get involved in every decision.

Rubina Ashraf as Saira

Zain’s controlling mother


Son in law #3 and family

Asim Mehmood as Ammar

Ammar is a benevolent man who doesn’t want to harm anyone. However, he has secret marriage back in the US which is unknown to his parents and they forced him to get married again here in Pakistan.

Khalifa Sajeeruddin as Irshad

Ammar’s father.


Ammar’s mother

Son in law #4 and family

Sajjad Pal as Raza

Raza is a narrow-minded and greedy person who manifests himself as a selfless and naive human being, but his reality is very different from the perception

Raza and Nayab are university classmates, and Raza wants to get married to Nayab just to get hold of her wealth.

Ismail Tara as Shaukat

Raza’s father


Raza’s mother


Raza’s sister


Nida’s beau


Sallu’s mother



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  1. I agree, performances are so half-hearted. There are no emotions when delivering the dialogues. But I watch it because I don’t want to leave it in the middle.

  2. Muhammad says:

    Most pathetic drama with sub standard performances. Story itself is so dull and worstly written. Dialogues are so weak without any impression. Must be stopped immediately.

  3. I don’t like any of them except maybe Gul e Rana and Atiqa Odho. She looks prettier than all of her four daughters:)

  4. I played it in the background as I tried to do some office work.

  5. liza says:

    i didnt watch it yet tho ahahah i rlly have no time to watch soaps.. because there is already dil zaar zaar… maybe i’ll just see your review and maybe decide if i should watch this HAHA

  6. liza says:

    man honestly im not even interested in these kinda dramas which revolve around shadi like.. i just feel we are just regurgitating ideas.. the only reason why i was quite tempted is because asim mehmood is in this and he’s such a sweetheart. otherwise, not a fan of ali abbas, or azfu, areeba habib

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