Pakistani TV industry is flourishing and producing more drama shows than ever before. This is because the viewers get to see great and varied storylines every season. A good script, layered characters, and powerful direction make any drama successful.
Best Pakistani Dramas of 2020
Writer: Umera Ahmed Director: Haseeb Hassan Channel: Geo Entertainment
Cast: Hamza Ali Abbasi, Sajal Aly, Manzar Sehbai, Kubra Khan, Ahsan Khan, Saleem Mairaj, Lubna Aslam and others.
Alif is one of the must-see dramas. A unique story about the daily struggles of believers who rediscover their faith and connect with their Creator through trials and tribulations becomes the theme of ‘Alip’. The way Alif’s story unfolds will delight viewers. Every scene is beautifully crafted, and many details are added that make for a unique experience in setting up the Alif. Umera Ahmed provided her beautifully written characters with some thought-provoking dialogues that turned out to be one of the best things about this drama. The factor that works the most in order to make Alif such a popular drama is that every character seems relatable and realistic. This is the reason why audiences are able to connect with these characters on an emotional level. As much as Alif has been a work of art in terms of storytelling, the direction is on par and the actors have literally breathed life into all these characters. All those who have not watched Alif should wait for no further and tune to it because they will not regret it one bit.
Ehd e Wafa
Writer: Mustafa Afridi Director: Saife Hassan Channel: Hum TV
Cast: Ahad Raza Mir, Ahmed Ali Akbar, Wahaj Hussain, Osman Khalid Butt, Alizeh Shah, Zara Noor Abbas, Vaneeza Ahmed and others.
Ehd e Wafa is definitely one of the best dramas on air right now. The setting and the storyline covering the lives of 4 young boys sets it apart and is enough to make it unforgettable. It has been a long time that the Pakistani drama viewers got to see something as refreshing and new as Ehd e Wafa because it does not deal with the typical issues such as mazloom aurat and zalim saas saga. Ehd e Wafa set the mood right for the viewers from the very first episode and now it is at such a stage where it has imparted a lot of great messages along the way for the youngsters. The fact that it covers the lives of young boys who step into their practical lives, it has not
only targeted that demographic but has also inspired the fans and viewers to pursue their dreams and give their best. Pakistani drama lovers will love watching Ehd e Wafa every week. Because with every episode something new is added. This drama has all the elements you need for a professional life: drama, emotion, love, friendship, dedication, honesty. One of the show’s strengths was its connection to the military, but as the story progressed it covered more realms such as media, politics, bureaucracy, and more, making it an informative set that offered viewers a lot.
Ye Dil Mera
Writer: Farhat Ishtiyaq Director: Ahsan Talish Channel: Hum TV
Cast: Ahad Raza Mir, Sajal Aly, Adnan Siddique, Rabia Butt, Paras Masroor, Natasha Hussain and others.
It is a fact that Ye Dil Mera has had directorial flaws to its credit, however, the writer Farhat Ishtiyaq most certainly has written the kind of script which is not only different and also showcases the lives of people struggling with Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in a very convincing manner. Ye Dil Mera definitely needed a director with the vision to approach it the way it deserved to be in order to make it a lot more realistic and convincing but that did not turn out to be the case. However, it can not be taken away that the overall drama is definitely interesting because it explores the genre which is rarely brought to our TV screens. The writer has done a brilliant job of adding so many layers into the male protagonist. The element of thrill and suspense in Ye Dil Mera also makes it interesting and leaves the viewers guessing as well as looking forward to the next episode. Every single episode may have its directional and continuity issues, but it still succeeds in gripping the interest of the viewers. The story of a young boy witnessing the murder of his family and him coming back to avenge their death makes it a very interesting plot. The way Amaan trapped Meer Farooq through Ana was quite a ride and now it is left to be seen how he will unravel the rest of his plans. Ahad Raza Mir and Sajal Aly’s pairing as well as their phenomenal acting also adds a lot more weightage to this drama.
Writer: Sadia Akhtar Director: Zeeshan Ahmed Channel: Geo Entertainment
Cast: Danish Taimoor, Hiba Bukhari, Mehmood Aslam, Nida Mumtaz, Noor ul Hassan, Parveen Akbar and others.
Deewangi can be termed as a feel good drama. The story definitely takes inspiration from the Korean Cheabol dramas where the male lead is a millionaire and belongs to a family with sound financial status. However, the girl hails from a humble background but is self-assured and self-sufficient, so much so that she has never paid heed to cutting the corners and has this immense belief in herself. Deewangi has a good vibe to it because it has been directed in such a way. The story seems simple and one-dimensional, however the drama has come to such a stage now where a drastic twist awaits the viewers and they are still guessing about who could be responsible for whatever happened with Nageen. It is interesting that a drama which started off as a simple love story has now turned into something different and has an element of suspense to it. The love story of Sultan and Nageen is definitely one of the best aspects of this drama and makes the viewers feel warm and fuzzy at the kind of clean romance that has been shown between the lead pair. The execution, the story and the characters of Deewangi are sorted and have a clarity.
Deewangi definitely happens to be a light-hearted entertainment with its fair share of twists and turns that make a simple story a little more intense and gripping.
The love story of Sultan and Nageen is definitely one of the best aspects of this drama and makes the viewers feel warm and fuzzy at the kind of clean romance that has been shown between the lead pair.
The top Pakistani dramas can only be those which offer the best.
That is what makes these top Pakistani dramas of 2019 simply unbeatable.
This concludes our list of the best TV shows currently airing. Which one do you follow and which one do you like the most? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Pakistani dramas are being watched worldwide. Thanks to the latest technology, people can easily access it. The entertainment industry works hard to entertain viewers. The top Pakistani dramas can only be those which offer the best. The best content comes before everything else. Presenting this content beautifully on screen is another plus. Actors work hard to give their best. The technicians give these dramas their all too. That is what makes these top Pakistani dramas of 2019 simply unbeatable.