As the holy month of Ramadan approaches, avid TV enthusiasts are gearing up for the much-anticipated annual tradition – HUM TV‘s Ramadan shows. These shows have etched themselves into the hearts of viewers, becoming the undisputed favourites of the year. With engaging narratives and stellar performances, these dramas have a magical way of filling our lives with joy. As we reminisce about the charm of past hits like ‘Suno Chanda’, ‘Tanaa Banaa’, and ‘Chupke Chupke‘, the excitement for what’s to come in the upcoming year is palpable.
First on our radar is the intriguingly titled ‘Very Filmi‘, a drama penned by the versatile actor-writer Muhammad Ahmed, who last wrote ‘Kuch Ankahi‘. Directed by ‘Fairy Tale”s Ali Hassan, this show boasts a cast that has fans buzzing with excitement. Ameer Gilani, stepping out of his beloved on-screen pairing with Mawra Hocane, will be seen opposite the talented Dananeer Mobeen, last seen in ‘Muhabbat Gumshuda Meri’.
The ‘Chupke Chupke‘ duo Mira Sethi and Ali Safina will also be seen in this drama. The ensemble is completed by the hilarious content creator Ukhano, who shared his excitement about this project on a recent vlog on his YouTube channel.
With the drama currently in the shooting process, anticipation is building for this star-studded affair that promises to be, well, very filmi!
Dil Pey Dastak
Next up is ‘Dil Pey Dastak‘, a promising Ramadan release written by ‘Mareez e Muhabbat’, Hassan Imam, and directed by Ali Masud of ‘Tere Bin Mai Nahi’. The cast is equally exciting, featuring the content creator-turned-actor Khaqan Shahnawaz, who’s currently on a roll. Starting from ‘Barwaan Khiladi‘ and then making his television debut in ‘Bepanah’, after which he was seen in four back-to-back dramas this year. Paired opposite him is the new sensation in town, Aena Khan, who left a mark in ‘Fairy Tale 2’. Adding a dash of humour to the mix is the Instagram-famous content creator Taimoor Akbar, who made his television debut in ‘Kalaa Dooriya’.
Fans of Khaqan and Taimoor’s hilarious social media skits are in for a treat, as their camaraderie is set to shine on the small screen. With the potential for laughter and entertainment from these stars, we can’t help but hope for a comical story.
As we eagerly await the arrival of these dramas in the upcoming Ramadan season, there’s a buzz of excitement in the air. Will “Very Filmi” live up to its name, and will “Dil Pay Dastak” knock on the doors of our hearts? Only time will tell.