Ramazan is a busy month for us Muslims. We try to be benevolent and keep our fasting exemplary by praying and doing whatever good we can. But once the Iftar is done, we want to relax, and the best and the most efficient way to do that is by watching television! So we, at Galaxy Lollywood, have compiled a list of the best TV serials to watch this Ramazan, that will make your evenings all the more worthwhile. You’re welcome!
With a star-studded cast consisting of Aiza Khan, Junaid Khan, Muneeb Butt, and Momal Sheikh, this TV serial is full of drama and intense emotions. Revolving around two sisters, this show is a story about family betrayal and lost love. If you’re looking for a roller coaster ride of emotions then Yaariyan is the right fit for you. It airs on Geo Entertainment, every Friday at 8 pm.
2. Suno Chanda 2
If you’re looking for a light-hearted, family-oriented comedy, then Suno Chanda is the one to watch. Exclusively aired in Ramazan only, this sequel of Suno Chanda airs every night at 9 on HUM TV. It is a fun-filled drama, revolving around an even more peculiarly fun family. The leads are played by Farhan Saeed and Iqra Aziz, who play a married couple on the show this time. This drama won the audience’s hearts last Ramazan and is back this time with more laugh-out-loud content.
3. Mera Rab Waris
An interesting love story, revolving around a religious, strong-willed girl, played by Madiha Imam, and Danish Taimoor who plays the character of a careless guy, who doesn’t care much about other’s opinions. This story is also a love triangle, and although the drama serial is already half done, it isn’t too late to start watching this rather interestingly entangled love story, and how these two contradicting characters come together. It is aired every Thursday at 8 pm on GEO entertainment.
Khaas is a traditional drama serial, involving a love triangle, that highlights the aspect of marital verbal abuse. The lead Saba is played by Sanam Baloch, whom we’ll be seeing after a very long time in a serial. Saba’s husband is played by Ali Rehman. Highlighting one of the sad truths of our society, this drama is perfect if you want to watch a traditional love story. It airs every Wednesday at 8 pm on HUM TV.
Shedding light on one of the darkest realities of the world, poverty and its horrifying situation where a mother has to see her children starving for food, Bhook is one of the best shows we’ve seen in a while. With the lead played by Maria Waasti, this serial is all set to hit our screens in the coming few days. Although it is a short series comprising only 5 episodes, the heart-wrenching teasers have already caught our attention. It will be aired on HUM TV.
We have our fingers crossed!