Do Qadam Door Thay

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Do Qadam Door Thay
Title screen of Do Qadam Door Thay
Title screen
Written by Kifayat Rodani
Directed by Mohsin Mirza
Starring Aiza Khan
Sami Khan
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
Production company(s) Ironline Productions
KK Entertainment
Broadcast
Original channel Geo TV
Original run February 3, 2014 (2014-02-03) – April 7, 2014 (2014-04-07)
External links
Geo TV

Do Qadam Door Thay (Urdu: دو قدم دور تھے‎; meaning Two steps far) is an Urdu-language Pakistani social drama serial directed by Mohsin Mirza, written by Kifayat Rodani and produced by Ironline Productions. The drama was first aired 3 February 2014 on Geo TV starring Sami Khan, Aiza Khan, Sana Khan and Ali Khan as lead roles.[1]

Story outline[edit]

Zohab is the main lead male character and is abducted by Nayab's cousin Raza. Zohab is blindfolded and is forced to marry Nayab. The story takes new twists and turns on a speedy pace. Do Qadam Dur Thay is a tale of love affection grief and sorrow, revolving around a married couple and their search for each other. While on the search they bump into one another. They are together for a long time and to make the situation even more dramatic start developing feelings, not knowing that they are lawfully wedded.[2]

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

The original sound track is produced by Ironline productions and KK Entertainment for Geo TV, sung by Nida Arab and Nabeel Shaukat Ali, the winner of Sur Kshetra and the singer of hit OSTs Darmiyan, Shukk, Pachtawa and Zindagi tere bina. This OST is composed by Waqar Ali.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drama Serial ‘Do Qadam Door Thay‘To Go On-Air Soon!". Reviewit.pk. Nida Zaidi. Retrieved 12 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "About Do Qadam Door Thay". Official website. Retrieved 12 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "Nabeel Shaukat Ali and Nida Arab – OST Do Qadam Door Thay". Pakium. Retrieved 12 March 2014. 
  4. ^ "Do Qadam Dur Thay OST by Nida Arab & Nabeel Shaukat ali Geo Tv". MyIpedia. Ambreen Latif. Retrieved 12 March 2014. 

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