Top 10 lists are usually debatable, however its difficult to understand how masterpieces like ‘Aangan Tera’, ‘Andhera Ujala’ and ‘Jaangloos’ failed to make the cut and yet relatively lightweight stuff like ABC and Ankhaee did. People from different cities and provinces would work together and speak their national language Urdu. You totally forgot the fact that Dhuwan was one of the top rated Pakistani drama. If the PM was focused on the wrong questions earlier, his approach to UFG is focusing on the wrong answer. Rretroactive Have you ever watched Ankahi. 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!

Waqt drama is also deserve in top 10 Position. It will be interesting to see viewers from Lahore, Rawalpindi, Peshawar or Quetta put forth their top 10 and rank them Much ahead than others on many accounts. I watched it in but the story and the characters are so relevant to the our present environment. Dr S I H Zaidi. Time is a remedy for inexperience, not incompetence. Parchaiyan was an adaption of the book Portrait of a Lady by Henry James.

I believe there are so many dramas will come in top These dramas were amazing. A fast paced story of doctors working together in a hospital in Karachi, lead actors Marina Khan and Rahat Kazmi quickly became a favorite on-screen couple the old school equivalent of Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan.

However, it is a welcome opportunity for nostalgia. A true masterpiece written by the comedy king Kh. Dewarain, jungle, jangloss, shama, kiran kahani, shahzori, andhera ujala sure the list is endless. Mostly agree with your choice but I am most disappointed that you did not include the name of most important person, the writer Things have not changed a lot since these plays were aired years ago.

Kyaa yaad kara dya zaalim. With Laila Zuberi etc. People from different cities and provinces would work together and speak their national language Urdu.


I feel kinda nostalgic as the title music still ring bells in my ears. I voted for Waris as No 1 as I remember the city of Lahore had a deserted look when this particular drama was telecasted. Although it had only 13 episodes, drama-watchers remember the streets being deserted at the time it would air. Left out Dhuaan, it keeps getting igonored for some reason. In fact, the cast was invited to perform in front of Princess Diana and the patients at Shaukat Khanum Hospital when she visited Pakistan in Prime Minister Khan responds to Modi.

Moreover, this was the very first colored drama series to be aired on Pakistani TV! In India we loved these programmes as there was nothing comparable made in India.


I enjoyed that one. No rat race of rating, artist worked for the sake of art. Missing ‘Dhundh’ from the list. But still, Waaris must be the best. I wish there was a chance Agreed with above ALL Although not a drama but a drama in real life, “Kaliyan”, a children’s program that gave us innumerable artists of top most level. The first of its kind, Ainak Wala Jin was a wonderful mix of real life, fantasy and science fiction.

Much ahead than others on many accounts.

Waris was one of the best Ddama dramas i’ve ever seen!! However, after looking her picks and the order she arranged, it is obvious vrahan list is compiled by someone who is either born or raised and or spent a large portion of life in Karachi.

I see all this happy nostalgia and longing for the old Pakistan. You totally forgot the fact that Dhuwan was one of the top rated Pakistani drama.

The cast of Taleem-e-Balighan —Photo courtesy: I miss my Pakistan of that era. This a very incomplete list. Classic memories with PTV. Waqt drama is also deserve in top 10 Position.


Opposition, government condemn breach, say armed forces are prepared to protect the nation. Although a comedy, Alif Noon dealt with serious issues such as fraud, scam and cheating, among others, in Pakistani society.

I think Kalyan of Farooq Qaiser should also be included in the list and people still remmber haiga and uncle sargam. Time is a remedy for inexperience, not incompetence. Good old days and 8PM drama shows, when draka of household, children, men and even servants would complete pv their chores to be free for the drama hour.

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These are the assets of Pakistan. For the first time we saw two young women sisters taking up the traditional role of men — working jobs, running businesses, earning money and making a living — after their parents died and left them in extreme debt. No “uncle Urfi” in the list. It would be great injustice not to mention it here. Mar 16, Why there is no mention of “Jhok Siyal”. But then that grahah opinion. The beauty of these dramas were that each one of them was original, that’s the way forward.

Dissenting voices within a party are different from dissenting voices in a government. Reading about the old dramas makes you nostalgic.

The wait for a fovorite all deama long were truly worth while with every name in the list and even more. Kabhi ham bhi khoobsoorat thay.

I still watch them at least once very six months, thanks to YouTube. Such a shame that no such programmes are made in Pakistan anymore.