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Watch Hum Tv Drama Serial Maseeha Episode 21 Cast includes Noman Massod, Ayesha Khan, Affan,Shahood Alvi,Badar Khalil, Anita Rubina Ashraf, Zulqernain and many others
Watch Hum Tv Drama Serial Tum Jo Milay Casting includes Sunita Marshal, Badar Khalil, Fahad Mustafa,Asma Abbas,Lubna Aslam,Sami Sani and many others
Telefilm (1997) Written by Azra Babar. Directed by Mehreen Jabbar. Starring Marina Khan, Huma Nawab, Sania Saeed, Humayun Saeed, Shabbir Jan, Badar Khalil, Jahan Ara Hai and Fasih ur Rehman. Shown on PTV and Indus Vision.
Staring: Adnan Siddiqui, Ahsan Khan, Farhan Ali Agha, Mehwish Hyatt, Shagufta Ejaz, Qavi Khan, Sajjal, Seema Zabair, Affan, Madiha Rizvi, Badar Khalil, Asma Jhangir
Watch Geo tv Drama Serial Sheehay Ka Mahal Starring: Samina Peerzada, Badar Khalil, Maria Wasti, Shahood Alvi and others
Watch Ptv Drama Dhoop Kinare starring Rahat Kazmi, Marina Khan, Badar Khalil, Qazi Wajid, Arshad Mahmood, Sajid Hassan, Lateef Kapadia, Ishrat Hashmi & Rizwan Wasti
Watch PTV Long Play Pela Jora staring Hira Zaheer, Hamyun Saeed, Yasir Nawaz Baloch, Badar Khalil, Humria Zameer, Arshiya Azmat, Shehryar Zaidi, Frida Raheel, Umer Cheema and others
Watch Marina Mornings with Badar Khalil on ARY morning show
This play had to wait for 3 or more years to go through the censors and finally be approved by PTV. The controversial topic is of prostitution. Mishi Khan plays a prostitute who wants to be successful but is lost and betrayed in this cruel world. Nabeel is obssessively in love with Mishi, but of course Mishi has better things to look towards and doesn't care about Nabeel. Badar Khaleel was a singer during her time and she refuses to let go of her past pizazz and glory. The story moves quite slowly but the ending is very appropriate and well done. Mishi does a wonderful job especially towards the end of the play. Sanam Iqbal has given a good performance in her role as Saddiqa. The background music of "teray ishq ki intiha chahta hoon" was quite appropriate. There are certain aspects of it which I don't agree with like: I've never seen that people had to touch their elders' feet for respect and as one viewer mentioned that the play highlighted Bida', which is haram in Islam, but is deep rooted in the Pakistani culture.