Roshan Sitara

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Roshan Sitara
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Genre Drama
Written by Sarwat Nazeer
Directed by Siraj ul Haq
Starring Samina Peerzada
Sanam Baloch
Moammar Rana
Naheed Shabbir
Affan Waheed
Kaiser Khan Nizamani
Opening theme Roshan Sitara'
'performed by Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch & Bilal Khan
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of episodes 22
Production
Producer(s) Abdullah Kadwani
Humayun Saeed
Broadcast
Original channel Hum TV
Original run May 14, 2012 (2012-05-14) – Present

Roshan Sitara (Urdu: روشن ستارہ‎) is a 2012 Pakistani drama series directed by Siraj ul Haq, written by Sarwat Nazeer and produced by Abdullah Kadwani & Humayun Saeed.[1] It began airing from May 14, 2012 on Hum TV.[2]

Plot[edit]

Roshan Sitara is the story of love involving two generations. The first generation is of the cousins Roshan Ara (Sanam Baloch) and Mansoor , while the second generation consists of Momin and Sitara . Due to her mother’s(Samina Peerzada) pressure, Roshan Ara gets married to a businessman Hakim Ali. Mansoor dies of a broken heart upon getting departed from Roshan Ara, while his younger brother, who is very attached to Roshan is shocked upon his brother’s death. His mother decides to send him to U.S,so that he can come out of the shock at his brother's demise . Meanwhile, Roshan Ara discovers that her husband is already married.

Hakim Ali’s first wife is extremely cruel to Roshan Ara, who passes away after giving birth to Sitara. Sitara gets constantly menaced and ridiculed by her step mother until she is sent off to live with her maternal grand mother’s house where her aunt looks after her.

Later, Momin returns to Pakistan after 20 years and falls in love with Sitara. But her grandmother wants Momin to get married to Sitara’s aunt Iffat. Meanwhile, Hakim Ali misses his daughter and comes back to take her with him.



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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Information and story of the serial". tv.com.pk. Retrieved February 16, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Pakistani Dramas| Picture & Video Gallery, Archive| - Roshan Sitara". Hum.tv. Retrieved 2012-08-11. 

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