The hit drama serial Yaqeen Ka Safar is gradually coming to an end and we have a lot to discuss here, fellas. This Ahad Raza Mir Sajal Ali starrer play has gained quite the TRPs and fan following. Written by Farhat Ishtiaq, directed by Shahzad Kashmiri, it also stars Hira Mani, Shaz Khan, Farhan Ali Agha and Suhaee Abro.
The play followed a lot of heartbreak and tough social issues that were crafted very cleverly into a love story waiting to blossom, by Farhat Ishtiaq. Farhat, known for hit drama serials like Humsafar, Udaari and Diyar e Dil, always empowers her heroine with a strength that may very well be responsible for the eventual and deliberate evolution of Pakistani drama heroine from the standard weepy damsel. Sajal Ali’s portrayal as Dr. Zubia has very realistic and intelligent story arcs that make you sympathize as well as understand her story in the patriarchal reference.
Dr. Asfandyar and Dr. Zubia are a top favorite of the Pakistani audiences right now and their romantic chemistry has had the audiences hooked on for the past five or six episodes.
Zubia and Asfandyar are just about to be together but there are some snags, alas.
The recent episode, episode 27, also had an important story arc, where Gaiti (Hira Salman) finds some sort of closure. She and Asfandyar have a heart-to-heart and it’s quite refreshing to see a healthy bond being shared between a brother-in-law and sister-in-law and not the regular possible-marriage scene.
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