Our dramas in Pakistan’s drama industry are full with binge-watching serials. Pakistani dramas are known for their great directing, interesting plotlines, and stellar actors.
While 2022 was a successful year for Pakistani television, 2023 appears to be even more successful, thanks to a robust lineup of projects with some innovative topics and collaborations. The following are the year’s most promising serials:
Main Manto Nahi Hoon
With the success of London Nahi Jaunga, director Nadeem Baig, superstar Humayun Saeed, and author Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar will work together again on this project. Saeed has cast Maya Ali as the play’s romantic interest.
Contrary to the title, the novel is not based on Manto’s life; rather, the writer will be symbolised in a current scenario, and you will not be disappointed if you have high expectations.
Jo Bache Hain Sang Samait Lo
Since Farhat Ishtiaq announced that her next book, Jo Bache Hain Sang Samait Lo, would be made into a drama, fans and viewers have been speculating about a potential blockbuster. The project has been in the news for a while, whether it’s because it’s the first collaboration between Ahad Raza Mir and Mahira Khan or because Mohammed Ehteshamuddin is said to be directing it.
Tumhare Husn Ke Naam
Tumhare Husn Ke Naam, starring Saba Qamar, Sidra Niazi, and Imran Abbas, is nearing completion and has been the buzz of the town since its announcement. The initiative will address problems such as friendship, complicated love, and jealousy.
As the name suggests, this drama, in which Saba Qamar also stars, is definitely different and looks good. Together with Daniyal Raheal, Saba plays a police officer. which will be broadcast on the “Green channel” in the near future.
Famous couples Danish Taimoor and Ayeza Khan will star in the Ramadan 2023 television serial Chaand Tara. The series’ script will be written by the master of Ramadan serials, Saima Akram Chaudhry, and directed by Danish Nawaz. Ayeza had already wowed audiences with her humorous characters in Chupke Chupke and Chaudhry & Sons, but this is Danish’s first Ramadan play.