Pakistani dramas have received a lot of recognition all over the world, especially in the last few years. Shows made in the Pakistani industry do not have a high budget at all in comparison to Indian, Turkish, and others. Despite it, Pakistani dramas have received fame due to their compelling stories and straightforward portrayal of life onscreen.
Today, we look at some of the Pakistani dramas which had the best endings:
1. Zindagi Gulzar Hai
HUM TV aired Zindagi Gulzar Hai in 2012. We must say that it had the best storyline in the recent history of Pakistani dramas. Zindagi Gulzar Hai had an incredibly talented cast, including the linked of Fawad Khan, Sanam Saeed, Shehryar Munawwar, Mehreen Raheel, Hina Bayat, Samina Peerzada, and others.
The drama had a beautiful ending for Saam Saeed and Fawad Khan’s characters. The story of Sanam Saeed’s Kashaf came into a full circle with her realizing how beautiful life is and how grateful she is for all of this.
Humsafar was the most popular drama of its time. It was aired in 2011 and also was the first Pakistani drama to be featured in cinemas. Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan rose to new heights of fame through Humsafar. The show was written by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Sarmad Khoosat.
The drama had a great ending with Ashar and Khirad reuniting. Fawad nailed the last episode with his acting in the scene where Ashar stood up to his mother for Khirad.
Udaari raised many important issues, including child sexual abuse. It also explored the class differences and rural and urban differences in terms of opportunities and mindset. Udaari’s cast included Farhan Saeed, Urwa Hocane, Samiya Mumtaz, and Ahsan Khan. Farhat Ishtiaq wrote the story, and Ehteshamuddin directed the drama.
The drama came to an end with Zebo getting justice, Imtiaz being prosecuted for his crime, and Arsh and Mira being engaged to marry. Moreover, the show had an incredible ending with Zebo and her mother being financially independent and starting their own business.
Udaari served a great purpose to educate people about child abuse. It was a much-needed drama on this concerning topic.
4. Ye Dil Mera
Ye Dil Mera is another Farhat Ishtiaq blockbuster. Apart from having a talented cast, the drama had great storytelling. It revolved around the lives of Noor ul Ain and Aman.
The best thing about its ending is that it didn’t follow the same route other dramas follow:
The guy does something terrible -> He realizes it in the end -> asks the girl for forgiveness and earns it.
On the contrary, in Yeh Dil Mera, Noor ul Ain did not forgive Aman for using her to get his revenge. Mahira Khan also acknowledged this change in one of her interviews.
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