The drama overall discusses the idea of embracing change and flying high by losing all the weight for the women of Pakistan.
Sar-e-Rah is an exceptionally well-written drama, which discusses the stories that are scattered all around us but unfortunately we tend to shy away from shedding some light over them. Sar-e-Rah will share the stories of women who are the victim of child marriages, girls who are being suffocated solely because of their gender, daughters who are unable to help their fathers as their honor will be at “stake” and a transgender who is being humiliated for his identity. Writer: Adeel Razzaq
Director: Ahmed Bhatti
Cast and Characters
Family #1: jahez nahin laa sakti ka darr to call off the engagement
Saba Qamar as Rania
The main lead
Rania’s good-for-nothing brother
Rania’s toxic phupho
Story #2: the “banjh” aurat ka taana even when the fault is with the man
Sunita Marshall as Dr Muzna
Mikaal Zulfiqar as Amir
Amir’s mother, Muzna’s toxic saas
Story #3: The perils of being a social media star
Saboor Ali as Rameen
A Social media Star
Mirza Zain Baig as Shozaib
Rameen’s cousin and fiance. He is an event manager.
Khaleefa Sajeeruddin as Haidar
Forgot his name
Shaheen Khan as Amtul Begum
Rameen’s Khala and future mother-in-law
Rameen’s camera person, not important to the story so we don’t even see her face
Story #4: the transgender’s plight
Muneeb Butt as Sarim Shabbir
The one who has to suffer…
Nabeel Zafar as Shabbir
The father who had the huge responsibility of raising a transgender, and goodness he did a fine job
Javeria Saud as Nudrat
Sarim’s step mother
Story #5: the corporate hotshot
Hareem Farooq as Maryam
The self-admitted corporate slave who works her ass off to win a contract for her company into to be mocked by her chauvenist colleagues that she must have used her feminity to seal the deal. Argh!
Evil colleague #1 but he’s still a bit better because his intentions are clear.
Evil colleague #2. He is the buffer culprit. In the end of episode 5, he makes an indecent proposal to Maryam.
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Well written enjoying this brilliant drama. About issues which are not discussed.
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