Drama Review

Ro Raha Hai Dil
Drama Serial Ro Raha Hai Dil is aired every Monday at 8 pm on TV One and is produced by Seema Tahir Khan, Erum Binte Shahid and Zeeshan M .Khan. The drama is a triangular love story based on the lives of Zoya (Sonia Mishal), Ahad (Junaid Khan) and Humayun ( Asad Siddique). Zoya (Sonia Mishal) has a strained relationship with her father ( Usman Peerzada) as she considers him responsible for her mother’s death. Ahad (Junaid Khan) wants to marry Zoya (Sonia Mishal) but the later refuses to accept him and prefers villain Humayun (Asad Siddique) instead. One wonders while watching RRHD why villain Humayun is given some extra footage throughout the play whereas Hero Ahad (Junaid Khan) remains less acquainted with the audience. The story due to its slow pace has finally set off the ground in the 14th episode. Moreover irrelevant scenes and extra focus on the villain makes the play less interesting. Junaid Khan has been successful in impressing the audience as Dr. Ahad while Sonia Mishal and Asad Siddique need to improve their Urdu accent.
According to Yolo Critic
 Junaid Khan gets 4/5 for his acting
 Sonia Khan gets 2/5 for her acting
 Asad Siddique gets 3/5 for his acting
 The story of the drama gets 4/5

Aangan is an upcoming Pakistani drama on Hum Television Network and is expected to soon hit our television screens. The main cast of the play includes Sajal Ali, Ahsan Khan, Mawra Hocane and Ahad Raza Mir. The promo has been successful in impressing the audience with its beautiful direction, camera work and spectacular acting by the cast. The teaser of the play despite being extremely captivating seems to be heavily influenced by Indian cinematography. Some skeptics are of the view that Sajal Ali reminds Indian actress Kajol as Anjali in film Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. In light of this view Sajal Ali’s attire in the promo is perhaps a recreation of the scene from the film KKKG where Anjali has her first encounter with Rahul. Mawra’ s attire seems influenced by Vidya Balan from film Parineeti. The play however is a must watch and is therefore expected to be appreciated by the audiences.

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