Zindagi will soon stop airing Pakistani shows; here are 5 Pakistani dramas we will miss the most

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Zindagi will soon stop airing Pakistani shows; here are 5 Pakistani dramas we will miss the most lyrics, song mp3 download, family, wedding pictures, age, height, weight, biography

Zindagi channel will most likely ban all the Pakistani TV shows currently being aired in India following the 48-hour ultimatum given by Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) to all Pakistani film and TV artistes to quit India.As a result of the aforementioned ultimatum, Zindagi channel, renowned for airing Pakistani dramas, will reportedly, only air original Indian shows on the channel.Also read:Sad news! Zee to ban all Pakistani shows
Now, ‘this’ news definitely calls for a trip-down-the-memory-lane list. So here are the five Pakistani shows that we will miss the most from the channel.1. Aunn ZaraA promo poster of Aunn Zara. Picture courtesy: YouTube Zindagi is mostly known for airing good shows, but they always seem to end on a somewhat sad and sombre note. But Aunn Zara is an exception!Aunn Zara’s story revolves around a married couple who are extremely spoilt, thanks to their parents’ overwhelming affection and attention. The couple in question want nothing more than to escape the said attention.Aunn Zara was one of the first shows to be aired on Zindagi channel, and the viewers still remember it with great fondness, and not without good reason.  Zindagi Gulzar HaiSanam Saeed and Fawad Khan in Zindagi Gulzar Hai. Picture courtesy: YouTubeAh, those three golden words! The words (and the show) that brought Pakistani star Fawad Khan extreme popularity in India.The storyline revolved around two young individuals, Kashaf (Sanam Saeed) and Zaroon (Fawad Khan). The two went to the same college, and by a twist of fate and certain circumstances, Zaroon and Kashaf end up falling in love.  The two get married and as they say, rest is history.

3. Kaash Main Teri Beti Naa Hoti

One of the longest running shows on Zindagi, the show began with the channel’s inception. The story’s plot revolves around a poor family that faces a lot of difficulties on a daily basis as they have no proper source of livelihood to rely upon.   

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But things take an interesting turn when one of the richest families in the country asks for the said family’s help. What follows is a riveting story that manages to hold the viewers’ attention till the very end.

4. Humsafar

Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan in Humsafar. Picture courtesy: Instagram/mehreenraheel1

Another Fawad Khan show that took the nation by surprise. Humsafar’s story revolves around two completely different individuals, Ashar and Khirad, who due to unforeseen circumstances, are forced to marry each other. But as luck would have it, they come to care for each other. But something happens when they just start realizing their true feelings for each other.

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The drama, the suspense, the plot; everything is brilliant; makes you almost wish that we had similar shows on Indian television.

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5. Dhoop Chhaon

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Now this is as unique and modern as it gets in terms of plot and storyline. Dhoop Chhaon is a story about relationships–specifically, that of a mother and daughter. A mother and daughter with their fair share of misunderstandings are caught up with the belief of having it easy all along–, while the truth couldn’t be more distant.

After such a list, it goes without saying that we will miss our Pakistani dose of realistic drama badly!

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