5 Classic Pakistani Dramas to Watch on Pakistan Day 23rd March 2017

Fawad Khan Dastaan

Pakistan’s television industry offers an array of dramas from love stories and comedies to those that address social issues. Moreover, tribute has been paid to many of our national heroes through Pakistani dramas – conveying a message of patriotism!

Here’s a list of the top 5 dramas to watch on Pakistan Day, 23rd March 2017.

1) Sipahi Maqbool Hussain

The emotional story narrates the life of Sipahi Maqbool Hussain who refused to curse Pakistan. As a consequence, he gets his tongue cut in the Indian jail. Haider Imam Rizvi’s direction portrays the 1965 war between Pakistan and India with justice and glorifies the sacrifices made for the country.

2) Alpha, Bravo, Charlie

Shoaib Mansoor’s collaboration with the Pakistan army revolves around the story of three friends and their journey as army officers. The patriotism-invoking drama appealed to the masses. The drama broke all records when it was first aired and even today it doesn’t fail to reawaken love and respect for the Pakistan army.

3) Dhuaan

Sajjad Ahmed’s timeless masterpiece, a production of Pakistan Television Network, is the story of friends who were motivated to serve their country. The tragic closure drama highlights friendship and patriotism.

4) Jaan Hatheli Par

The classic drama highlights the conflicts in Balochistan. The drama centers around the valor and patriotism of the people of Balochistan. It shows that despite the international propaganda against them, their love for Pakistan is selfless. The drama was written and directed by Syed Hussain Abbas and Shamim Bazil.

5) Dastaan

The drama is an adaptation of Razia Butt’s novel ‘Bano’. The story is a portrayal of the sacrifices and struggles at the time of partition. The play frivolously portrays the history of our country.

All these dramas have selflessly laid down the brave struggles and sacrifices made by Muslims and our gallant soldiers for the future of Pakistan. They have the power to leave a lasting impact in our hearts on this Pakistan day and for the many more to come!

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