While it’s no secret that the Pakistani drama enterprise has thrived tenfold in the ultimate two decades, it has additionally brought to us so many instances of the mazloom aurat syndrome which just makes each and every girl appear frail and weak in this society. However, while we regularly look at the ills of such roles, there are additionally characters which have been – and nonetheless are pathbreakers and have modified the way girl leads are proven on TV.
Looking at such iconic female characters on TV, we lists down the ones we clearly miss!
Sania – Tanhaiyan (Marina Khan)
PTV in the Nineteen Eighties and Nineteen Nineties used to be honestly a goldmine of gorgeous stories, and Tanhaiyan is truely one gem from that list. All the characters in the show have been relatable; however it was once Marina Khan as Sania which paved the way for strong female leads today. She was once unapologetic and we want we see such roles today!
Kashaf – Zindagi Gulzar Hai (Sanam Saeed)
A modern story the place a heroine can and did have a bigger reason than simply marrying the hero, Sanam Saeed’s Kashaf in Zindagi Gulzar Hai was once one character we virtually loved. She used to be strong, career-oriented and she knew her intention in life was once becoming something big. Goals!
Khirad – Humsafar (Mahira Khan)
While people love to bash Mahira Khan’s Khirad from Humsafar for being mazloom, let’s just remind humans that the personality broke paths in the way Khirad confirmed her electricity via proving to the world she can live below any occasions and emerge victoriously! In a domestic setting, she nonetheless proves she won’t bow down.
Zara – Daam (Sanam Baloch)
One of Sanam Baloch’s strongest roles to date, Zara in Daam was a fantastically crafted character, the place she had layers upon layers of thoughts inside of her. She was once a robust lady who supported her household and by no means let her friend-turned-enemy pull her down. The scenes where she chooses to not fully forgive Maliha (Aamina Sheikh) nevertheless gives us the shudders!
Sajida – Udaari (Samiya Mumtaz)
A character that managed to resonate with so many while irking others who deemed the show ‘controversial’, Samiya Mumtaz as Sajida in Udaari clearly is about persevering women. She faces and sees abuse in front of her and she doesn’t continue to be quiet. She is one to stand up towards evil, and that’s what we want to see greater of!
Anmol – Dil Lagi (Mehwish Hayat)
Dil Lagi has to be of the fantastic shows to come out in current years and a lot of credit for that goes to Mehwish Hayat’s Anmol who used to be the strongest personality of the show. She used to be non-conforming and always in opposition to the traditions of society which preclude her. Even in finding love, she nonetheless is shown to be someone with a robust persona who doesn’t just mould into the hero’s lover and nothing else.