Sam I completely agree with you on Samunder, in which Mehboob Alam again proved himself as the center of attention. Anyway, they all are classics. No “uncle Urfi” in the list. Rahein, Dhuwan, chaand girhan and few others will make in final top 20 list. I miss those times. I have watched some of these Dramas repeatedly and love them as they take me back to those old days.

A rerun of some of these on International Channels would be highly appreciated by the older as well as the present generations, and enable the Pakistani as also the Indian communities living abroad to understand each others’ cultures and ways of life which are common in many ways so that there is more cordiality and congeniality among them henceforth. YOu forgot ‘Andhera Ujala’ which definitely is another classic. I watched it in but the story and the characters are so relevant to the our present environment. Ruhi Bano and Shakeel. Perhaps dhuwan or Chand Girhan should have made it to the list instead of ainak wala Jin OMG this article brings back such fond memories. I was told that PTV does not even have print of the original version and it had to be re-shot with different cast to re-telecast.

It was wa,a adaptation of the Book “Fathers and Sons”. Family and other social and moral values shown ainqk these dramas were actually part of our society which are extinct now. A time for restraint. Dhoop kinaray is a classic example of a play one wishes to watch again and again. It is hard to pick top ten. The first of its kind, Ainak Wala Jin was a wonderful mix of real life, fantasy and science fiction. This is one ainka the oldest and greatest dramas in the history of Pakistani television.

Considered one of the most realistic depictions of Pakistan, Waris is a story of a feudal family, their struggles to maintain their land and wealth, and the inter-family differences and tussles that lead to their downfall.

If it could inspire Millions of Indians and someone like Raj kapoor then you certainly seem someone who missed out watching it for anyone who did cant keep it off the top 3 dramas of PTV.


There were hundreds of masterpieces, that was such a great age, missing each n every moment of that It will be interesting to see viewers from Lahore, Rawalpindi, Peshawar or Quetta put forth their top 10 and rank them Inspired by AnkahiBollywood released the movie Chal Mere Bhai in with the same story line as the drama. With Laila Zuberi etc. Its all gone man. That begs the question why don’t you go out and reclaim your country?

Missing ‘Dhundh’ from the list. I saw both and the new version was nowhere close to the original in performances. Oh man, I aina a 90s kid. Same could be said of bollywood movies of the past.

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Waqt drama is also deserve in top 10 Position. Mar 15, Never tired of watching the old goldies on youtube or any other medium. A story of two friends who are complete opposites — Allan, the shrewd and immoral businessman and Nannha, the innocent and idealistic village man — had everyone hooked.

What about Karwaan caravan starring Huma Akbar I believe? Mar 17, Time is a remedy for inexperience, not incompetence. I just would like to add “Dhuwan” in this list too!!! Maybe not top ten but definitely up there is “Uncle Urfi” lead actors: Mar 16, Undoubtedly all above drama serials are real gem of Pakistani TV history Known for its witty dialogues and the strong, endearing, candid character of Sana played by Shehnaz SheikhAnkahi was quick to reach cult status.

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Are the corporate puppeteers, who back Hindu fascism, also prescribing the divisive route that the Congress is taking? Where is Janjaal Pura? The list of Pakistani top dramas will be incomplete with out Ashfaq Ahmed’s classic dramas! People from different cities and provinces would work together and speak their national language Waal. Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience.

Parchaiyan was an adaption of the book Portrait of a Lady by Henry James. Anyway, they all are classics. That song from Niyara Noor! Khuda ki Basti had an unconventional storyline focusing on the prevalent social issues of society, and was telecasted twice the second time in at the insistence of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto — it was his favorite play!


Today our dramas are more of big houses, cars and luxury show-off then original acting and stories. All listed dramas are worth review much more than any drama of today but, “Alpha Bravo Charlie” is the Titanic of all dramas ever played on Pakistani TV’s. Best days of my Life.

Calling it lightweight stuff tells me you were probably never good at watching any of them. Ainak wala jinn was not worth mentioning in this list. Dr S I H Zaidi. However, it is a welcome opportunity for nostalgia. I see all this happy nostalgia and longing for the old Pakistan. The television transmission started in if I’m not mistaken hence the drama could not have been aired in Plus dastaan, zindagi gulzar hai, durr e shehwar, Pyaray afzal, mohabbat aab nahi hogi and recent dramas with religious themes such as Aik Pal and shanakht, are very much showing our ‘culture’ – whatever that is since our culture varies from province to province.

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Captain retd Abdullah Mehmood who plays Captain Kashif Kirmani L is seen along with Shahnaz Rthe leading female role, in Alpha Bravo Charile series —Screengrab 7 Alif Noon A story of two friends who are complete opposites — Allan, the shrewd and immoral businessman and Nannha, the innocent and idealistic village man — had everyone hooked. For me the TV dramas ‘angan teraha’ and ‘taleem-e-baslighan’ are exceptionally good. Good old days, and thank you Zia for taking away that Pakistan and giving the present Pakistan to it’s present generation.

Although not a drama but a drama in real life, “Kaliyan”, a children’s program that gave us innumerable artists of top most level. Aangan Terha is a must to include in the list.