Khuda Aur Muhabbat

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Khuda Aur Muhabbat
Genre Love story
Written by Novel by Hashim Nadeem
Directed by Anjum Shehzad
Starring Imran Abbas Naqvi
Sadia Khan
Fazila Qazi
Ahmed Jahanzaib
Firdous Jamal
Composer(s) Imran Abbas
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 14
Production
Producer(s) Javeria and Saud
Running time ~40 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Geo Entertainment
Original run February 17, 2011 (2011-02-17) – May 26, 2011 (2011-05-26)

Khuda Aur Muhabbat (Urdu: خدا اور محبت, English: God & Love‎) is a 2011 Pakistani drama serial that aired on Geo Entertainment. It is written by Hashim Nadeem Syed[1] and directed by Anjum Shehzad. Imran Abbas Naqvi and Sadia Khan are featured as the lead role while Faisal Fazila Qazi, Ahmed Jahanzeb, and Firdous Jamal Mir portray supporting roles.

The drama is inspired from the novel of the same name, also written by Hashim Nadeem Khan. Khuda aur Muhabbat is his first novel which is being televised for a private TV channel. The novel is critically acclaimed.[citation needed] It is considered as one of the best dramas serials in Pakistan.

Plot[edit]

Season 1

The story revolves around the age-old conflict between religious ideology (represented by the term Khuda, meaning God) and human emotions (Mohabbat or Love). Belonging to the society's elite, a young commerce graduate, Hammad (Imran Abbas Naqvi), encounters Imaan (Sadia Khan), the daughter of Moulvi Aleem, who teaches Quran to the children of the vicinity and is also a Imam in a nearby Mosque. This encounter brings an immense change to Hammad’s life. He leaves his house and family for Imaan. At one point, he gains employment as a porter. Imaan, meanwhile, is engaged to her cousin Abdullah (Ahmed Jahanzeb). She lives under the shadow of her domineering father, whom she dare not disobey. Imaan tells Hammad to return to his family, but he refuses. With an increasing sense of helplessness, Imaan becomes ever more stressed and eventually falls ill. The story ends with Imaan's death and Hammad driven mad by the loss.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Khuda Aur Muhabbat by Hashim Nadeem". Retrieved 9 October 2011. 

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