Drama Review | Chaudhry and Sons | Episode 1


7th Sky Entertainment Presentation

Producers: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi

Director: Syed Wajahat Hussain

Writer: Saima Akram Chaudhary

Without much further ado, let’s review this episode.

Chaudhry and Son Episode 1 Written Update & Review

Pari lives with her grandmother Malka Begum, who incessantly speaks English. The grandmother-granddaughter duo share a lovely bond. Pari also has a habit of quoting someone or the other and preach wisdom. 

Bilal aka Billu Chaudhary lives with his super-energetic grandfather Dildar Chaudhary, his super-strict father, mother, chachi, and a cousin. He doesn’t do well in exams, and fails quite often. One professor in particular, has something personal against Billu and Dildar. 

We are in for a sweet ride of flamboyance and fun in this Ramzan special drama, I’m sure.


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  2. liza says:

    yes ofcourse! mira sethi is too good omg i loled at her character. meerub and junaid jamshed ahhh i think babar and ujala will be my fav character out of everyone in paristan.

    hum tum yeah, slow start but still entertaining.

  3. Absolutely! This seems to be better off than both hum TV dramas but I have hopes from both. Mira Sethi, Ali Safina, Saifi Hassan, Merub… Some good actors to look forward to. Hum Tum will be okay, too, o guess. First episodes almost always disappoint when you have high hopes 🙂

  4. liza says:

    my fav out of the lot is C&S, i dont know smth about sohail ahmed’s comic timings, it’s too cute and good! i love his banters. and oh my god! irsa !!! i mean honestly i dont get why people complain these characters are OTT i mean, that’s how it’s supposed to be. it’s written that way. i mean its not like they are over acting, the acting is there, you used the right word, ‘flamboyance’. that’s what’s too much off, which i dont mind! we get a lighthearted comedy every year in pakistani tv, i dont mind a lil over exaggeration (as long as it doesnt get too annoying like it did in paristan).