Pakistani dramas are wide appreciated, there’s no doubt concerning it. Many folks conjointly claim to be massive fans of Pakistani dramas and not simply among the country, these dramas have a global audience that goes on the far side simply the Pakistani diaspora. Anyone who speaks and understands Urdu/Hindi falls for the comparatively realistic depiction of everyday stories in Pakistani dramas. This can be what makes the bequest of the voguish Pakistani dramas elite level stuff.
There are pictured love stories, like Humsafar, among Pakistani dramas that are still beloved to the present day. There are tales of empowered ladies like Zindagi Gulzar Hai or Daam. Then there is Comedies like Ayegi Baraat series or Suno Chanda even Bulbulay have a special place in everyone’s hearts. Even moot Pakistani dramas like Mere Paas tum ho or Jhooti have helped begin necessary conversations, notwithstanding they themselves perpetuated terrible stereotypes.
That one slap from Mere Paas tum ho helped bring round lightweight conversations as so much travel as violence, portrayal of women on tv, misogynistic views of the author and therefore the Pakistani audience’s hunger for seeing ladies in negative portrayals.
Our booming show biz has been working on many fantastic dramas and films these numbers of years. Up to now we’ve got quite and goodish list of outstanding comes that have wonderful plots and most significantly, awing dialogues.
Here may be a list of one-liners from a number of the foremost memorable Pakistani TV serials and flicks, That not solely have they been going viral everywhere on the internet however conjointly nailing picture memes.
1. “Help me Durdana”
Humayun Saeed’s picture line from the best grossing film Mai Punjab Nahi Jaungi was recently trending on the net. Changing into the foremost widespread culture, “Help me Durdana” was each PNJ fan’s obsession.
2. “Meire to maa baap bh nh hai”
Whether you have got watched Mann Mayal or not, you have got undoubtedly heard/seen this dialogue in memes or on social media. Jeena’s life crisis somehow became everyone’s drawback and subject of the foremost humorous posts ever!
3. “Aby phar logay? Ya pharne bhi mai aun?”
The highlight of Na Maloom Afraad was undoubtedly Saleem Mairaj’s anaglyph and this short exchange with Fahad Mustafa and Javed Shaikh. If you have got watched the film, you’re in all probability to laugh aloud right now!
4. “Mummi ye aap kya keh rahi hai?”
Mahira Khan’s sorrowful line within the famed drama Humsafar remains the foremost picture tagline ever. Come back to think about it, this can be the longest trending dialogue we’ve got ever witnessed!
5. “Kya ap mujh se naraz hai?”
The most admired drama serial Yaqeen Ka Safar was everyone’s new obsession. The most recent posts on the net were all concerning this one cute line that Ahad Raza Mir says to Sajal Ali. Since it marks the start of their lovely story.
6. “Jab khila nhi skte to paida ku krte ho?”
Humaima Malik’s most picture line representing the dark facet of our society was spoken towards the tip of the good film, Bol. The dialogue beyond question deserves to be listed here.
7. “Burqay wali ko or ghoor kr k dekhtay hai. Curiosity kay andar kya hai!”
The legendary film Actor in Law was undoubtedly one thing the industry can always remember. This dialogue between Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa was thus true it became a funny picture line to quote everyplace forever.
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