Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat

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Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat
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The opening title screen for Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat DVD
Genre Comedy-drama
Written by Mohammed Ahmed
Directed by Marina Khan
Creative director(s) Tahir Nadeem
Starring Bushra Ansari
Javed Sheikh
Saba Hameed
Samina Ahmad
Shehryar Zaidi
Sarwat Gilani
Hasan Niazi
Natasha Ali
Raheel Butt
Sana Askari
Uroosa Siddiqui
Opening theme Chorus
No. of episodes 8 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Nadeem Baig
Producer(s) EVERNEW
Editor(s) Khurram A. Siddiqui
Location(s) Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Running time Approximately 40 Minutes
Distributor GEO TV
Broadcast
Original channel GEO TV
Picture format PDTV 360i
Original run November 30, 2009  – December 10, 2009
Chronology
Followed by Dolly ki Ayegi Baraat (2010)
Takkay ki Ayegi Baraat (2011)

Azar Ki Ayegi Baraat is a Pakistani comedy-drama, and the first show in the Evernew's comedy line up of Kis Ki Ayegi Baraat airing on GEO TV. The drama is followed by Dolly ki Ayegi Baraat and Takkay ki Ayegi Baraat. The show stars some of the biggest names of Pakistan Media such as Javed Sheikh, Saba Hameed, Bushra Ansari, Shehryar Zaidi, and Samina Ahmad. The lead cast consisted of Hasan Niazi and Sarwat Gilani. The show began airing in Nov 2009.

Plot[edit]

Azar (Hasan Niazi) is an orphan and he lives with his wealthy paternal uncle, Shoqat Chaudhary (Shehryar Zaidi) and his uncle's wife Saima Chaudhary (Bushra Ansari) in Faisalabad. Saima is an obscure fashion designer and she is humorously silly. Shoqat and Saima also have a son, Waqar Chaudhary and a daughter, Dolly. Waqar (better known by his nickname Vicky) is studying in Landon and has secretly married to a Sikh woman, Nito, over there. In fact, Nito is expecting. On the other hand Dolly is a flirt and she is slightly interested in her cousin, Azar, despite the fact that Azar refused to marry her. Azar is betrothed to Sella (Sarwat Gilani).

Sella lives in Karachi with her mother, Rabia (Saba Hameed) and her maternal grandmother, Mehr-un-Nisa (Samina Ahmad). Mehr-un-Nisa is head of her family. Eight years have passed since the separation of Rabia and Sella's father, Faraz (Javed Sheikh). Their separation is attributed to misunderstandings, and sceptical and obstinate nature of Rabia. Rabia and Faraz also have another daughter, Ana who is married and detests her father.

However, Sella is secretly in touch with her father and calls him to attend her marriage against her mother's will. Rabia and Ana are upset to see Faraz at their home, however, Mehr-un-Nisa warmly welcomes him. On the other hand, Waqar arrives in Karachi along with Nito to attend Azar's marriage. He tells his parents about his marriage when his mother forces him to propose Laila, Sella's close friend. Relationship of Faraz and Rabia gets more tensed, especially after arrival of Faraz' ex. However, Ana develops a soft corner for her father. Sella gets despondent to realise that her mother's future is gloomy without her father and her parents will never reunite. Sella gets even more despondent when she watches a video in which Azar and Dolly are sitting closely together in a restaurant. Consequently, she gets reluctant to marry Azar, for she believes that her marriage will end up like that of her parents'. However, the relationship of Faraz and Rabia is rekindled just a day before their daughter's marriage, moreover, during the events of marriage Dolly gets interested in Nabeel, a Sella's friend who was earlier slightly interested in Sella. Finally, Sella happily marries Azar.

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