Zoya Swaleha

After losing their father at an early stage the two sisters Zoya Swaleha and Shehwar were forced to live at the expense of their wicked uncle along with their mother. The mansion in which the uncle is living is the property of his two nieces in reality. Zoya’s mother had to do odd jobs in order to make ends meet. This is something which has always haunted the sisters since their childhood. Shehwar is someone who has a kind heart and at times she doesn’t have much to say even if it has to be in her defense. But on the other hand Zoya has promised her mother that she’ll avenge her father and will become a lawyer just so… Read More →

Devar Bhabi

Devar Bhabhi is being remade at Tarang Houseful featuring Sami Khan and Saima Khan. Cast: Saima, Sami Khan, Sadia Khan, Saud and others. Writer, Director and Producer: Syed Noor

Aaina – TFF

“AAINA” is a love story of two hearts and two souls but from two different social classes, one being a daughter of a business tycoon i.e. Alisha and one being a realistic, self-confident and a little bit arrogant Sikandar. Alisha is a leisure girl whereas Sikandar works as a Journalist and they both fall in love. Story revolves around the major issues a couple in a love marriage faces specially regarding their IN-LAWS and their children. At the end love will triumph and all the enemies will face defeat. Cast: Firdaus Jamal, Faysal Qureshi, Saba Qamar, Shama Askari, Yasira Rizvi, Rehana Kaleem Producers: Asif Raza Mir, Babar Javed Project Head: Erum Binte Shahid Writer: Talha Iqbal Mufti Director: Sarmad Sultan… Read More →

Mera Haq

The story is based on sisters’ rivalry, greed and dominance. Sara and Saba are sisters, Sara is elder, divorced and have recently moved back to her parents’ home with a seven year old son. Saba is the youngest and a kind hearted girl who is always seems to compromise on things to make Sara happy/ comfortable. Ali and Omair are brothers and their paternal cousins, moved from US and living with them (Sara and Saba) for some time. Ali has moved to Pakistan with his grandmother as he wants to establish a business here, also to marry a Pakistani girl. As the play progress we will see Ali and Saba’s friendship nurturing and Sara constantly plotting against them. Soon Ali… Read More →


A bubbly Indian girl named Aalia (Sanam Saeed) in trouble is forced by circumstances involving her husband Jhangir ‘J’ (Adeel Hashmi) to place her faith in a Pakistani cab driver, Vicky (Mohib Mirza), who she meets by chance in Mauritius Airport, who then takes it upon himself to make Aalia’s safe return to India possible. Along the way, the two find themselves in a whirlwind of doubt, narcotics, illegally fast driving, secrets and of course, romance. Directed by Nasir Khan| Produced by Rizwan Saeed|Written by Saad Azhar CAST: Mohib Mirza Sanam Saeed Adeel Hashmi Rasheed Ali Acktar Ghi Jean Paul Jacquin


The story of a Pakhtun girl who returns from Canada to attend her cousin’s wedding in Swat, Pakistan and falls in love. Director: Azfar Jafri | Writer: Osman Khalid Butt CAST: Hania Aamir Saad Zia Abbasi Bilal Ashraf Nayyar Ejaz Ajab Gul Ali Rehman Khan Armeena Rana Khan Jalal Khan Mishi Khan Shafqat Khan Usman Mukhtar Fahad Ali Panni

Honey VS. Money

Zara (or Lalain) grew up with her mother, learning how important her career is. After her mother’s death she was left with her guidance only, no relative at all. Zara is about to get a promotion when suddenly she found herself being accused of cheque fraud with her company. Her boss tells her to go underground so she travels to a far off land and starts living with a family with a fake identity as chef. With no experience of household or emotions Zara finds it more fun and joyous to have a family. Adnan who eventually knows Lalain (Zara) is lying, decides to help her learn cooking. During this spicy and romantic ride Zara falls in love and explores… Read More →

Tu Mera Chaand

This is the story of a closely bonded household, having some internal issues pertinent to finances and grand-daughters’ marriages. The story revolves around prominent characters which are Nani, Sakina Samoo as Shagufta Kali, who is religious, having good conduct and etiquettes & Dadi, Azra Mohiuddin, who is joyful and happy-go-lucky natured, however, they both are ages apart. While facing all these hurdles and losing hope, one day Mr. Jamshed, who is based in America and is their brother-in-law, calls Nani & Dadi and says that he has lost and wife and now he is sending his son, Ali, to Pakistan for marriage to one of their grand-daughters. On this voyage, Ahmed adjoins Ali as being a close friend. Unfortunately, their… Read More →

Nazar Kay Samnay

Nazar ke Samnay is the story of Saleem, a young mechanic living in the neighbourhood of Burns Road. He has had a massive crush on Hanna since forver – forever being when she moved to the neighbourhood four years ago. Hanna is an orphan living with her aged spinster Khala and hands down, the prettiest girl on the block. Saleem enjoys admiring Hanna from afar. He feels like a real Romeo not being able to have a conversation with the love of his life who lives a stone’s throw away from his home.

Maan Jao Na

A story about young people against the institution of marriage in society. The story evolves into a greater story which revolutionizes the culture in the country. Directed by Aabis Raza Produced by Muhammad Khalid Ali Written by Asma Nabeel,Ahsan Raza Firdousi Cast:Elnaaz Norouzi as Raania, Adeel Chaudhry as Faris Ghana Ali as Selina Ayaz Samoo as Asim Hajra Yamin as Sara Naeem Haq Asif Raza Mir Asma Abbas Neelo Sabahat Bukhari Wafa Alam Pitafi Nayyer Ejaz Ali Gul Pir (special appearance)