Four best Pakistani dramas 2019-2020 that made the lockdown bearable!

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Pakistani drama industry is improving with every succeeding year.

The list of the best Pakistani dramas 2019-2020 is quite long and extensive, but we picked some of the best for you! In the Pakistani entertainment industry, the drama sector is thriving. Every season, incredible writers and directors are coming together to produce spectacular works.

Pakistani viewers are now enjoying good storylines, interesting and layered characters, and powerful direction. To keep you updated with these series, we bring you a list of dramas that helped the audience survive the 2020 lockdown. All of these dramas had something different to offer and did well in terms of popularity.

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Here are 4 best Pakistani dramas 2019-2020 dramas that made 2020 better:

Alif

Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Haseeb Hassan
Channel: Geo Entertainment
Cast: Hamza Ali Abbasi, Sajal Aly, Manzar Sehbai, Kubra Khan, Ahsan Khan, Saleem Mairaj, Lubna Aslam, and others.

Alif has a unique storyline that revolves around the struggles of believers, rediscovering the faith, and connecting with the Creator through tests and trials. The way the story of Alif has been elaborated sets it apart from the other dramas. The series’s director has done a marvelous job in streamlining the scenes and adding details to every moment. However, the best part of the drama is its thought-provoking dialogues and realistic characters. All of this comes together to make Alif a unique experience to tune into. 

Ehd-e-Wafa

Writer: Mustafa Afridi
Director: Saife Hassan
Channel: Hum TV
Cast: Ahad Raza Mir, Ahmed Ali Akbar, Wahaj Hussain, Osman Khalid Butt, Alizeh Shah, Zara Noor Abbas, Vaneeza Ahmed, and others.

Ehd-e-Wafa is a drama about the lives of 4 young boys. Instead of highlighting the typical issues such as the usual ‘mazloom aurat and zalim saas saga,’ this drama talks about emotions, love, friendship, commitment, and the honesty required to approach professional life, media, politics, and bureaucracy. The storyline of the series conveys many great messages, which make every episode worthwhile. The most significant selling point of this drama is its association with the Army.

Yeh Dil Mera

Writer: Farhat Ishtiyaq
Director: Ahsan Talish
Channel: Hum TV
Cast: Ahad Raza Mir, Sajal Aly, Adnan Siddique, Rabia Butt, Paras Masroor, Natasha Hussain, and others.

Yeh Dil Mera is the story of a young boy witnessing the murder of his family and coming back to avenge their death. This series showcases a different script that focuses on the lives of people struggling with Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) compellingly; it explores the genre which is rarely brought to our TV screens. Ahad Raza Mir and Sajal Aly’s pairing and phenomenal acting indeed add life to this drama. Moreover, the element of thrill and suspense in Ye Dil Mera also makes it exciting and leaves the viewers guessing and looking forward to the next episode.

Deewangi

Writer: Sadia Akhtar
Director: Zeeshan Ahmed
Channel: Geo Entertainment
Cast: Danish Taimoor, Hiba Bukhari, Mehmood Aslam, Nida Mumtaz, Noor ul Hassan, Parveen Akbar, and others.

Deewangi can be best described as a feel-good drama, which takes inspiration from the Korean Chaebol dramas. This series is about a man who belongs to a family with good financial status and a woman who hails from a humble background but is self-assured and self-sufficient. The story seems simple and one-dimensional. However, the drama presents viewers with drastic twists every now and then, adding an element of suspense to it, making light-hearted entertainment more intense and gripping.

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