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Post  ÑiDØ_KiDØ on Fri Dec 03, 2010 7:24 am

Sona Chandi

Drama Review: N/A

Rating: 7/10


Aanch

Released: 1991

Rating: 8/10

Drama Review:
Starring Shafi Mohammad and Shaista Ijaz. This is a very compelling
household drama with some very good acting! If you are looking for a
real "gharayloo" story in which the people dig a hole for themselves
then check this one out.


Alpha Bravo Charlie*****

Released: 1994

Rating: 9.9/10

Drama Review:
Starring: A lot of new people who are real life military personnel.
Produced by the ever famous Shoaib Mansoor (Ankahi, Fifty fifty). This
has been a much awaited play. It's a sequel to Suharay Din which he did
a few years ago (also on military life).

The play caught the audience and media's attention before it even got
started because it is filmed on location in many places. The play
realistically portrays military life, both the emotional and physical
aspects of it. The cinematography is awesome! The actors are great! The
whole play is very well directed, acted, and produced. Much awaited to
be released on video..it's finally available! Go out and rent it
because it's not one to be missed especially if you need a few good
laughs

An excellent excellent play. Deserves four stars. Very refreshing and
unlike the traditional pakistani play.


Nijaat

Released: 1995

Rating: 6/10

Drama Review:
Starring: Marina Khan, Atiqa Odho, Nohman Ijaz, Huma Nawab, Sajid
Hassan. The drama shows the different roles of women and how they are
all unhappy with their husbands. It contrasts the women in the village
who worship their husbands to the urban women who, eventhough not tied
down by their husbands, are unhappy as well. It also talks about child
labor and family planning although towards the end some scenes seemed
like and ad for "duo baachay khooshal gharana." It's very well
performed by the main actors. The scene where the guy brings "ladoos"
to Huma Nawab's sister is both innocent and pleasing. Sajid Hassan adds
a little humor to the whole thing which is pleasing and not excessive
like most dramas tend to do.


Alif Noon*****

Released: 1980s

Rating: 9/10

Drama Review:
Starring : Nana and Alaan
This is probably one of the most famous comedy serial of 1980s which PTV has ever produced, Anyone from Pakistan doesnt need a description for this classical comedy serial,


Waris****

Released: 1980s

Rating: 8/10

Drama Review:
The central role in this play belongs to Chaudhry Hashmat, a zamindar,
perfectly portrayed by the late Mehboob Alam. Firdous Jamal & Aurangzeb
Leghari, Hashmat's nephews & Munawwar Saeed, playing Hashmat's son,
complete the zamindar family.

Through this play, people will get a taste of our feudal system that is
destroying the country, a feudal system that was put in place by the
British. We find these zamindars to be cruel, heartless, greedy,
believing themselves to be above one & all. They are rulers of their
village but their influence knows no bounds as their presence is also
felt in city of Lahore. No one who comes within their reach is safe-
they have no friends- even the most loyal of servants isn't safe.

Firdous Jamal as Chaudhry Anwer is at loggerheads with his brother,
Chaudhry Niaz Ali. There is no peace within the family our outside.
Chaudry Anwer's major vices include greed & lust. Chaudhry Niaz Ali
wants to escape all this & settle down in the city but can't- the
feudal web entangles him and keeps him in.

Abid Ali, after Chaudhry Hashmat, is the other actor to lookout for. He
stands out in his role as Dilawar, a literate man who joins Chaudhry
Hashmat's ranks just to seek revenge on the person who killed his
brother, who incidentally has taken refuge in Sikandarpur, Chaudry
Hashmats domain.

I was a little kid when this play was first aired by PTV. I had long
since forgotten the plot of the play, but the character of Chaudhry
Hashmat, stayed with me. I remember back then, I did'nt care for any of
the other actors, I just couldn't wait for his scenes. As soon as his
scenes began, I couldn't wait for them to end- Chaudhry Hashmat scared the daylights out of me.

After watching this play again after all these years, I have found
Chaudhry Hashmat to be as intimidating as he was 20 years ago.


Chand Grahen*****

Released: 1993-94

Rating: 9/10

Drama Review:N/A


Dhuwan***

Released: 1993-94

Rating: 8/10

Drama Review:
Starring: Ashar Azeem, Nazli Nasr, Nabeel, Rohi, Asal Din Khan, Wajid Ali Shah, Zubair Khan Achakzai, Mohamad Nawaz, Salman and Humayun Saeed.
Set around 4 rather likeable young fellows who are a crack squad of ..well, police commandoes. The production, which oozes with style! The actors all had a tremendously relaxed, charming style. Tons of neat outdoor shooting, and liberal use of ammunition to convey realism ( rather than the usual smokeless, flashless bangs with unrealistic recoils that we're used to). And direction and lighting that could give Miami Vice a run for its money! Even the action sequences were well staged! A must for people who enjoy good production values and direction, and for those who enjoy Basic Heroics 101. Best of all for those who enjoy both


Dhoop Kinare

Released: 1980s

Rating: 8/10

Drama Review:
Marina Khan, Badar Khalil, Hameed Wyne, Qazi Wajid, Sajid Hasan & other,

Haseena Moin's Dhoop Kinaray is always a treat to watch whenever given
a chance. Marina and Rahat have acted superbly, the script is amazing
and the play is well directed.

The story revolves around a child specialist Dr. Ahmer Ansari (Rahat
Kazmi) whom setbacks in life have turned into a very cynical and
cold-hearted man. His aim in life is now his patients. In enters into
his life and hospital a very energetic, full of life young doctor, Zoya
Ali Khan (Marina Khan) who has entered this profession solely on the
orders of her father (Qazi Wajid). Zoya is careless and non-serious,
and Ahmer makes it a point to improve her attitude.

With many twists and turns that leave the viewers glued to the screen,
the story reaches its climax. Sajid Hasan made his debut as Dr. Irfan;
a role that seems to be written for him and in which he performs
brilliantly and livens up the whole atmosphere. Badar Khalil plays the
role of Dr. Sheena, a colleague of Dr. Ahmer who loves him and leaves
no opportunity to create misunderstandings between Zoya and Ahmer. The
poetry by Faiz Ahmed Faiz in the background is appropriate. This is
one of those plays that leave the viewers enchanted whenever seen

PLEASE NOTE : Review's has taken from CD STORE
Channo_gal
Oct 24 2004, 08:14 AM
I love Pakistani dramas.... Nothing can beat the all-time Classics like:Tanhaiyaan, Ankahi and Dhoop Kinarey(All of them 10/10). They were telecasted again and agian in sub-continent of South Asia and paved their way through to the UK channels..... (Weldone: Even now they are Gr8 inspiration for many Film makers and Drama makers in South Asia)


In recent times I think these are the good ones.


1. Shayad ke Bhaar aye


Starring: Sania Saeed, Shafi Mohammad Shah, Humayun Saeed, Perveen Malik, Ghazala Butt, Farooq Hassan, Imran Abbas, Nilofer and others

Written by: Haseena Moin

Directed by: Rana Sheikh

Produced By: Sultana Siddiqui



This is a story of a woman who has her own norms and values of life and wanted to live her life according to her thinking. But this is not possible for her, as she has to pay heavy price for proving her separate entity. This story is spread into three generations, focusing on the difficulties faced by the women in different phases of life and representing women from various walks of life.

Sarah is an well-educated and intelligent lady who is a lawyer. She has achieved several distinctive milestones in her professional career. She wanted to achieve more in her life, but being a woman is the biggest hurdle of her life that hinder plans of and on. In her efforts to make a prominent position in the society, she looses all the assets of her life such as her love and her career.

Bibi Jan is a weak woman who had been married to a person who doesn't love her and never showed any sign of affection towards her throughout her married life. She used to be a good wife and good mother as well, but throughout she had been living an artificial life under the shadow of terror and darkness. What was her fault? Who will be answerable for this injustice?

Sasha is a young girl who has got wisdom and confidence to face difficulties with courage inherited from her parents. She was adored by her mother a lot. Sasha is a lawyer and supporting the cause of deprived poor women who are always victimised by the society. Sasha starts a war against society for these victimised women. Is raising a voice for justice a fault?

Comments:

The story is based on an important social theme i.e. the rights of women and their abuse at the hands of men. In fact, such themes are not being presented in today's drama as the overwhelming presentations are formulaic quilt of pretty faces, love stories and soap operatic melodramas. Relevant to the theme, the story spanned three generations.

In the first generation, the feudal Mustafa Shahzad (Shafi Muhammad) had been shown abusing the rights of his own wife and daughter. In the second and third generations, the daughter-in-law Sarah (Sania Saeed) and the grand daughter Sasha too suffering at the hands of their male guardians for fighting for the rights of women specially of those from the down trodden class. Both Sarah and her daughter Sasha had to face numerous oppositions in their endeavour.

Sarah belonged to a highly educated, liberal family with rich cultural heritage, depicting eastern traditions . Sarah herself was a practicing lawyer ideologically committed to profession specialising in family laws. However, as soon as she stepped into another family by virtue of her marriage with Dr. Ali Shahzad (Humayun Saeed), she had to face a conservative, unfamiliar atmosphere. She had to fight for her own rights and for others living in the haveli of Raees Mustafa Shahzad.

The main story of the drama was, in fact, unfolded in the grand haveli of Raees Mustafa, a tyrant, conservative, short tempered and a man still living in the midst of the redundant values. No one is allowed to act or speak against the wishes and the so-called family traditions, specially the ladies. In his early life, he had to marry Bi Bi Jan, a simple woman, under certain compulsion foregoing his love. Although Bi Bi Jan was a daughter from an equally good family and brought with her considerable land and property that made Mustafa to prosper, but he never showed any affection or love to her. Rather, he used to abuse her, admonish her for anything going wrong in the haveli. He did not even spared Bi Bi Jan from hitting. The poor woman had to live all the time under the shadow of terror. However, she gained some courage when Sarah joined the family and gave her moral support. - by TView


****


2. Thodi Si Zindagi



Starring: Maria Wasti, Shariqa Fatima, Shabbir Jan, Uzma Gillani, Azeem Sajjad, Zeb Chaudhry, Tamanna, Najeebullah Anjum, Zia Khan

Written by: Dr. Dennis Isaac

Directed by: Azeem Sajjad


The story is based on a family headed by Amma Jan (Tamanna) who has three daughters: Salma (Uzma Gillani), Seema (Shariqa Fatima) and Samana (Maria Wasti). Salma runs a beauty parlour and lives along with her husband Abbassi (Najeebullah Anjum) with her mother. Seema is a tomboy whose interests include music and working for an NGO. Samana is studying in a medical college in another city.

Saud (Azeem Sajjad) comes from Norway and has a gypsy style of living. He immediately wins over Amma jan who allows him to live in their anexcy on rent. Also Seema recognizes him as a singer and takes him over to her company where they decide to record his album. Only Salma does not like Saud and tries to get rid of him as she feels that Seema is getting interested in Saud. This is the same problem for Seema’s boss Salman (Shabbir Jan), who too loves Seema but is unable to express his feelings as he is still haunted by the death of his wife and daughter.

Samana returns home after completing her studies and takes an instant dislike to Saud. An accident leaves Seema burnt, Saud takes care of her, and even goes and gets her marriage arranged to Salman.

Saud takes under his wing a young singer Aiman (Zeb Chaudhry) who too had been disturbed by her mother’s death and had stopped singing. Now with his encouragement she starts singings again and feels greatly indebted to Saud. Samana in the mean time starts falling in love with Saud and feels jealous of Aiman. She does not want to accept defeat and gladly accepts her class fellow Mudassar's proposal.

Who is Saud and why has he come to their house? Why is Saud in search of "Thori Si Zindagi" remains a mystery and when this secret is revealed, what will be the feelings of the whole family toward Saud?
A good story and good direction. The play is interesting to watch. A pleasant change from the glamorous/vadera dramas. However it could have been a bit fast paced, but here the fwd button comes in handy. -by Gina


***1/2





3. Tum HI TU Ho


Starring: Humayun Saeed, Vaneeza Ahmed, Atiqa Odho, Shabbir Jan, Marina Khan, Huma Nawab, Mohd. Ahmed, Qaiser Khan, Qazi Wajid, Ali Salman

Written by: Mohammed Ahmed

Directed by: Marina Khan.

Produced by: Humayun Saeed.



A cute and extravagent comedy, Tum Hi Tu Ho is probably the best play on in June 2000. If you like light-hearted romances and comedy then this one is a must buy. Saira (Atiqa Odho) is going back to Pakistan after doing her MBA in America to get married to her love of eighteen years, Shoaib (Qaiser Khan).Her cousin Maha (Vaneeza Ahmed), Shoaib and Shoaib's friend (plus Maha's colleague) Aazir (Humayun Saeed) are all involved in the wedding preparations.

Aazir (Humayun) is a happy go lucky fellow, who loves Maha (Vaneeza) and wants to marry her, but she dislikes his non-serious attitude.

A few days before the wedding, Shoaib is involved in a car accident and dies. Saira gets the news while she is leaving for the airport and she collapses. Her uncle (Mohd. Ahmed) and his estranged son Daniyal (Shabbir Jan) try to help her deal with the daunting reality of shoaib's death but all fail miserably. Saira refuses to acknowledge Shoaib's death and slides towards depression. Things worsen till Maha comes to Las Vegas to help Saira.

Both Saira and Maha decide to improve things between Daniyal and his father, so they shift their attebtion to Daniyal's inner family poblems and cause havoc in their lives, especially Maha. Saira soon joins her uncle's office and starts controlling the business affairs. Things further brighten up when Aazir joins them as well. Aazir and Maha start helping out Daniyal and Huma Nawab with their theater work.



Things can't be all great so we have this really shady character of Danish Mirza (Ali Salman) who befriends Sana to marry her and get his hands on all her grandpa's money. She gets him a job at her grandpa's office and he starts embezzling there too. In the meantime Saira and Daniyal, and Aazir and Maha realise that they are made for each other. -by Gina


Comments:

A very cute drama. Vaneeza and Humayun have great comic chemistry which makes for a great watch! Nice cameo by Qaiser Khan. Almost everyone is doing a great job. The Danish Mirza story is too cliched. The kidnapping of Sana was unnecessarily prolonged and just dragged the play. The last epiosed was hilarious! Thanks Marina Khan for such a refreshing play!



***





Phir Yun love Hua 9/10



Waada 8/10



Alpha Bravo Charlie 8/10


Bota from Toba Teg singh 7/10


Aansoo 9/10


Pehla Pyaar 7/10


Jaisey Jantey Nahin 7/10


Dasht 8/10


Des Pardes 7/10


Umrao Jan Ada 9/10


Terey Siwa 6/10


Castle Ek Umeed 6/10


Kaanch ke Paar 7/10


Aashiyana 8/10


Badoln par Baseer 7/10


Tum hi tu Ho 7/10


Mehndi 7/10
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