We wouldn’t have it any other way but the month of August exudes a patriotic air thanks to everything from local firms’ Azaadi promotions to our favorite national music playing on the radio and television. Since many years ago, Pakistani television has shown some of the best patriotic programs, exposing the true meaning of independence and honoring the national heroes of our land.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best dramas to appear on TV, from classics like “Alpha Bravo Charlie” which honors the troops who sacrifice their lives for the nation to “Dastaan,” a compelling story about the struggle for independence that led to the partition.
1. Alpha Bravo Charlie
Although some consider Alpha Bravo Charlie to be the best Pakistani drama to date, it has captivated the hearts of Pakistani people from its initial premiere decades ago. It also has a unique cult following. ISPR and Shoaib Mansoor developed Alpha Bravo Charlie. The story of Faraz’s (Faraz Inam), Kashif’s (Captain Abdullah Mehmood), and Gulsher’s (Captain Qasim Khan) enduring relationship is delightful to witness and serves as a cherished reminder of the lovely golden period of Pakistani dramas.
Daastan is included on this list because it is one of the most grieved dramas we have seen about division, in contrast to the other comedies on our list. Our hearts are with this legendary series, and the majority of the episodes will have you in tears. You would feel a sense of pride for the freedom fighters and the innocent people who lost their lives for an independent Pakistan and its independence after hearing the heartbreaking tales of the incidents during the partition and the subsequent events.
3. Sunehre Din
The pinnacle of the enduring golden age of PTV dramas, Sunehre Din is still relevant today. The drama, which is lighthearted, enjoyable, and relatable to young people, was based on the young cadets of the Pakistani Military Academy in Kakul. with a young Saleem Sheikh who, despite his mother’s desires, enrolled in the academy. The events that will always stick in our memories are the amusing incidents involving the juniors and seniors.
In more recent times, Ehd-e-Wafa was a program that we adored, and its final episode is one of the best things to run on television in a very long time! Fans would eagerly welcome a second season of the narrative of four college mates, played by Ahad Raza Mir, Wahaj Ali, Osman Khalid Butt, and Ahmed Ali Akbar since it is an incredible delight to watch.
In 2018, a super-popular Pakistani periodic drama that was based on the Indian Subcontinent’s division and Pakistan’s subsequent independence was broadcast on television. The Hindustani family in Aangan had to deal with the tragic horrors that transpired after they were split up as a result of the partition in 1947.
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