The story reveals how Aina’s innocence is taken advantage of, and how Raza’s non-serious behavior has a lasting impact on multiple lives around him.
Raza and Aina meet at a wedding and instantly fall in love. However, their relationship takes a turn for the worse when Aina discovers Raza’s true personality.
Hamdan and Aina’s paths cross in the most unexpected way, and they end up making the best out of their situation.
The story of Hamdan, Aina, and Raza serves as an example of how one person’s behavior can have a profound impact on multiple lives and alter their future plans.
It is a reminder that we should always be vigilant when interacting with others, as our actions and mindset may have significant effects on someone’s life.
Directed By: Siraj-ul-Haq
Written By: Misbah Nausheen
[Source: ARY TV official website]
Cast and Characters
Sana Javed as Aina
The “meek and gentle” heroine; not my favourite kind. She looks stunning, though. She plays a shy, simple, and family-oriented girl who is unaware of her immense beauty.
Ahsan Khan as Hamdan
An orphan who is a brilliant businessman with a heart of gold, he runs NGOs, helps the needy… he’s angel, you know
Khaqan Shahnawaz as Raza
The “bad boy” who gets into bike races and runs away from the scene after hitting a girl. Bravo!
He is a pampered and flirtatious guy who isn’t ready to settle down yet, but will soon regret his behavior.
Qudsia Ali as Aima
Aina’s younger sister, who brings joy to her family. She is cheerful and sharp, and she deeply admires her sister. However, as the story unfolds, things will change. I like how she handles Usman in the first episode.
Sidra Niazi as Shanzay
Raza’s sister and seriously in love with Hamdan.
Laila Wasti as Abda
Ahsan Talish as Mehmood
Usman Peerzada as Amjad
Atiqa Odho as Mrs Amjad
Raza’s socialite mother who runs NGOs but cares squat about the poor
Adnan Samad Khan as Usman
Aina’s fiance who thinks that he “owns” Aina
Aina’s friend, about to get married
Nida Mumtaz as Masooda
Aina’s aunty, Neeli’s mother
Neeli’s groom-to-be, also Raza’s friend
Asma Abbas as Sultana
Usman’s mother, Mehmood’s sister.
Shanzay’s friend, also proposed to her
Hamdan’s help, and kinda like family
Would I watch this drama?
I know… that a bit too dramatic, even for me.
So, now, the big question is: would I watch this drama?
And the answer is: I don’t know yet.
I like Ahsun Talish, and that’s all. I’m not a fan of any cast member. I loved Adnan’s portrayal of Gulzar in Ehd-e-Wafa, but I don’t agree with his recent choices of project. The last Misbah Nosheen drama was Badzaat, which I had to leave in the middle because it was simply insufferable. This first episode shows only a glimpse of the relationship between Usman and Aina and let me admit, it isn’t nice. I guess Siraj Ul Haq and Misbah Nosheen duo has that effect.
To sum it up, I might have watched the first episode, but I’m not promising anything. Don’t get your hopes high.
I will add more characters as I watch the series.
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