Urdu-language television series: Leading television serials in Pakistan, Dastaan, Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan, Guest House, Doraha, Tanhaiyaan

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9781233143214: Urdu-language television series: Leading television serials in Pakistan, Dastaan, Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan, Guest House, Doraha, Tanhaiyaan
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Leading television serials in Pakistan, Dastaan, Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan, Guest House, Doraha, Tanhaiyaan, Dhoop Kinare, Alpha Bravo Charlie, Mehndi, Daam, Sipahi Maqbool Hussain, Chaandni Raatain, Zindagi Dhoop Tum Ghana Saya, Hum Tum, Daddy, Gulls & Guys, Mutthi Bhar Mitti, Yariyan, Ankahi, Aashti, Alif Noon, Zeenat Bint-e-Sakina Hazir Ho, Khuda Ki Basti, Aban Zafar, Fifty Fifty, Malaal, Saiqa, Parsa, Mannchalay, Noor Pur Ki Rani, Chemistry, Qaid-e-Tanhai, Aansoo, Baityaan, Ishq-Junoon-Deewangi, Yeh zindagi hai, Uraan, Talaash, Main Abdul Qadir Hoon, Aangan Terha, Manay Na Ye Dil, Waris, Pani Jaisa Piyar, Baarish mein deewar, Dhundle Raste. Excerpt: Connection Timeout Dastaan (Urdu: ) is a Pakistani drama serial dramatized by Samira Fazal, and based on the novel "Bano," by Razia Butt. It is based on the Partition of India (and the eventual creation of Pakistan), and takes place between 1947 and 1956. The drama depicts the story of Bano, a girl from a close knit Muslim family living in Ludhiana (located in the state of Punjab) in the pre-1947 era. The story follows Bano and her fianceè, Hassan, as they face the trials and tribulations caused by the 1947 partition. Dastaan is the first project of its kind taken up by the Pakistani media. Director Haissam Hussain stated in an interview that production for the drama began months in advance, and that the filming itself only took a little over 2 months. The show is broadcast on Hum TV. Based after the novel "Bano," Dastaan begins with the wedding of Suraiya (Saba Qamar), Hassan's aunt and Bano's soon-to-be sister-in-law. She is engaged to Saleem (Ahsan Khan), Bano's eldest brother. Hassan (Fawad Khan) and Bano (Sanam Baloch) had not seen each other since they were children, and had no relationship whatsoever prior to Suraiya and Saleem's wedding. They slowly begin to ...

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