Top 4 Stories




Mann Mayal depicts the story of Manahil  and Salahuddin , who are neighbors and Salah-ul-Din’s sister Rabia (Aiman Khan) is a friend of Manahil. Salahuddin is ambitious for studies but is however asked by Manahil’s father to give tuition to Manahil because of her low grades. Both fell in love but Salah-ul-Din never gets a chance to marry Manahil as he went to Karachi for studies after facing rejection of Manahil’s proposal from her parents and meets Jeena  In Karachi, Salahuddin begins a new life and changes his personality.

Despite her family’s opposition, Manahil leaves her home and family for Salahu-ul-Din but is left empty handed, filled with regret and remorse. Series then takes the leap of eight-years with Salah-ul-Din returning back and finds everything changed. The latter half of the series shows the trials of Mannu and Salahuddin’s fate of love.

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Sehra Main Safar

Sehra Main Safar is the story of a girl, Iqra  who likes being in a house and doing household tasks. She has no idea of doing a job and never wants to do a job either. Her father, Farooq is a very smart man and when he retires, the signal is that the duty of maintaining the house lands on Iqra. Her father is the uncle of Ayaz (Ali Kazmi), who likes Iqra. Watch the cute story of Iqra and Ayaz unfold.

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Mere Meherban is a story of a woman, Shaista who is very selfish and who has spoilt her husband’s life Naseer and her brother in law’s wife Nayyara. Her daughters are very rude to their uncle and aunt but later Shaista and her daughters’ lives becomes a living hell.

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Meri Zaat Zarra E Benishaan


Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan  is a Pakistani drama serial. It is based on Umera Ahmad‘s novel of the same name. It is an emotional story of a girl named Saba and her daughter Sara. The drama became very popular upon its release.

Story of a woman torn between faith, fidelity, and forgiveness. Meri Zat Zarra-e-Benishan, is very beautiful novel by Umera Ahmad, which has been adopted into a beautiful Drama with the same name, which proved to be the most successful drama of 2010. It is a story of a woman who’s jealousy and hate ruins life of many people rather a whole family. A man’s suspect leaves him feeling regret for the rest of his life. His life becomes a punishment for him. A father’s mistrust makes him not able to face his own daughter. Arfeen Abbas get married to his cousin Saba Kareem whom his parents do not like as she is an educated and pro female education contrary to all other girls of the family. His parents do not agree with his decision but they have to accept his decision. One day Arfeen’s mother sends her to Arfeen’s room and blames her having an affair with her cousin Aadil. She fails to prove her innocence and her mother take oath on Qur’an that she is right. Consequently Arfeen divorces her. After few years Afreen’s brother in law dies and his other sister is divorced. His mother is diagnosed with cancer and then she confesses that she was wrong and Saba was innocent. On the other hand Saba is forcefully married to a 50 year old man who already has children. This confession ruins the life of many people. Arfeen falls in the depth of regrets and he losts his love for ever. What happens next?? That’s very interesting story. The novel proves that woman is the worst enemy of woman.

A saga that spans over two generations, Meri Zaat Zarra-E-Benishan begins with the arrival of a girl named Sara (Sarwat Gillani) at the doorstep of a man named Arfeen Abbas (Faisal Qureshi). She hands him a letter, and he seems shaken after reading it. He asks her where “Saba” is, and she replies that she died four days prior. Arfeen falls to the ground in shock, but then regains his composure and asks Sara to give him her address, so that they can go there and gather her belongings. When they arrive at Sara’s home, which is quite small compared to Arfeen’s mansion, she leaves Arfeen in the main room and heads to her bedroom to gather her belongings. Arfeen finds a pair of Saba’s old sandals, and breaks down in tears as he grips them. Sara sees him as he cries and wonders why he is so sorrowful at her death. They head back to Arfeen’s estate, where he introduces Sara to his son, Haider (Imran Abbas). Haider is not initially pleased to have Sara staying in their house, but becomes accustomed to her after a while.

It is revealed in a series of flashbacks that Saba (Samiya Mumtaz) was Sara’s mother and Arfeen’s first cousin. Saba and Arfeen were madly in love, but Saba was treated with ire by most of the family, especially Arfeen’s mother (Samina Peerzada), because of her liberal views and ways. When Arfeen expresses his wish to marry Saba, his mother and father (Khayam Sarhadi), are very outspoken against the marriage. But when Arfeen states that if he cannot marry Saba then he will not marry at all, his parents finally agree.

Back in present time, Sara and Haider become good friends, and she becomes accustomed to living at Arfeen’s home, though she still speculates about what happened between him and her mother. She visits the rest of her family, including her aunts and uncles, and each person she asks refuses to give her any details about what happened. Arfeen, meanwhile, is worried that Sara will eventually leave his house. The only solution he can come up with is to have Haider married to Sara. Haider initially refuses, but eventually falls in love with Sara and agrees. Sara agrees to the marriage as well. But on the day of the wedding, Sara goes missing. Arfeen panics and asks Sara’s aunt Aqsa (Nausheen Shah) whether she told Sara what happened with her mother, and she says she did not. This prompts Haider to ask what happened, and Arfeen launches into the story.

Saba and Arfeen had gotten married just like they had wanted, but the day before Saba’s rukhsati, Arfeen’s mother asks Saba to go in a spare bedroom and set the bed for Arfeen’s sister. When Saba arrives in the bedroom, she finds that Arfeen’s mother had also asked a cousin of theirs who had also expressed interest in Saba, Aadil, to fix a curtain rod in the same room. When Saba attempts to leave, she finds that the door to the room is locked. She and Aadil both bang on the door, but nobody comes to their aid. After about an hour, Arfeen’s mother, along with most of the rest of their family, shows up outside the door. Arfeen’s mother starts yelling and creating a ruckus, saying that Saba and Aadil had been involved in illicit behavior in the locked room the whole time. Saba and Aadil refuse to having done anything, but nobody believes them.

Arfeen’s father beats Saba, and nobody comes to her aid as she is beaten. Nobody believes Saba, not even her mother (Ismat Zaidi) and sister (Fatima Effendi). When Arfeen hears about the incident, he is skeptical about what really happened, and questions Saba about it. She says she is innocent, but that she has no proof of it. Arfeen then asks her to take an oath with her hand on the Qur’an that she is innocent, and she agrees, on the term that his mother would take an oath as well. Saba has faith that her aunt is too kind and worshipful to lie on the Quran. Her assumption turns out to be wrong, however, and her aunt does lie on the Quran, prompting Arfeen to have proof that Saba lied, and he divorces her.

Arfeen gets remarried to a girl in America, but he is still in love with Saba. Saba’s parents forcefully marry her off to a 50-year-old man (Rashid Farooqi) of 4 children, who turns out to be abusive and beats her regularly. Nobody from her family visits her during this painful period of her second marriage. When Saba becomes pregnant, her husband refuses to believe that the child is his, and divorces her and kicks her out of the house. Saba gets a job as a maid at a rich woman’s home, and soon gives birth to a girl.

Arfeen’s wife (Mehreen Raheel), meanwhile, has already had a son with him. But the two do not get along. Back in Pakistan, nothing is going right for Arfeen’s family. One of his sisters has lost her husband, while the younger sister has been divorced and his mother is diagnosed with cancer. When Arfeen comes to Pakistan, his mother finally tells him the truth about Saba. Arfeen divorces his wife and tries to convince Saba to marry him. However, Saba tells him that while she still loves him, she cannot trust him again. Her parents also try to persuade her to come back to them. Saba, who is not ready to trust anyone again, leaves without letting anyone know of her whereabouts.

A few years later, she starts working at a garments factory and realizes that the factory is owned by Arfeen. She is friendly with Haider (Arfeen’s son). But she covers her face to hide her identity. She works there until the day she dies. Back in present time, it is revealed that Sara had overheard how her mother had been treated by Arfeen’s family. She is angry and runs away. Haider tracks her down a couple of days later and explains the whole story. Sara agrees to forgive the family and the two start a new life.