|Created by||MD Productions|
|Developed by||MD Productions|
|Written by||Saima Akram Chaudhry|
|Directed by||Fahim Burney|
|Country of origin||Pakistan|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||30|
|Camera setup||Multi-camera setup|
|Production company(s)||MD Productions|
|Distributor||Hum Network Limited|
|Original network||Hum TV|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Original release||July 5– October 12, 2017|
Series raises questions on the sensitive issue of "Nikah" and highlights how the subjects of "divorce" and "nikah" should not be taken lightly. Aadhi Gawahi is an interwoven story of Salwa, Saad, Hamdan, Soha and their families and depicts how an assumed "joke" amongst Salwa and Hamdan transformed Salwa and her family's lives into a bad dream. Salwa and her cousin Saad like each other, however when they are going to get married, their batch mate Hamdan approaches with pictures and video of his "Nikah" with Salwa which was recorded at a play as a joke when Hamdan declined to play her significant other in the play since she was not a “mehrum.” What takes after is an account of regret, battle and repercussions of Salwa's evil idea design.
The title is a reference to the Islamic tradition that, in the court of law, the claims from one man can be overturned by witness from two women. Since Salwa is fighting Hamdan by herself and no one else believes her, this makes her a "half-witness" - ''aadhi gawaahi'' against her controlling husband.
The story revolves around Salwa and Saad, childhood best friends and cousins, Hamdan and the issue of an unintentional nikkah.
Salwa is a modern, sweet, kind and fun-loving girl living with her mother, her uncles and their respective families following the death of her father. Most family members are quite happy with this arrangement, especially Saad's mother and the older Bhabhi, Rana, who sees Salwa as her own and wants her son and Salwa to get married.
This does not sit well with the younger Bhabhi Khawla, who sees Salwa as competition for her own daughter, Soha, who is deeply in love with Saad and deeply despises her for the attention Saad reserves just for Salwa while basically ignoring Soha.
Enters Chaudhry Hamdan Mustafa, a rich, egoistic, spoiled brat who fancies Salwa and is deeply possessive about her. Not only is he possessive about her but he would do just about anything to ensure that Salwa is his. He is used to getting what he wants, courtesy of his mother who turns a blind eye to all of his faults out of love, and to him Salwa is no different.
Salwa dislikes Hamdan and his backward mentality, but puts up with him for the sake of Saad and the rest of their friends. With final semester coming to an end, there is only one last assignment standing in the way of these friends and graduation - a short film that is due very soon. At first everything is seemingly fine, until Saad breaks his leg which prompts Salwa to be paired up with Hamdan for a class project that is due soon. Even though the theme of the project revolves around women empowerment, it becomes the downfall for Salwa. By agreeing to shoot a Nikkah scene with Hamdan, Salwa unknowingly marries Hamdan for real which sets the premise of the entire show since she is to be married to Saad soon after. Before the marriage, Salwa is kidnapped unbeknownst to everyone else who beliefed she ran away. Due to Salwa's disappearance, Saad is married to his cousin Soha. After his marriage, Salwa comes home to find a married Saad, her mother has an angina attack and is in the hospital. She turns her back against her family for not trusting her.
- Sohai Ali Abro as Salwa Mansoor
- Azfar Rehman as Chaudhry Hamdan Mustafa
- Ali Josh as Saad
- Uzma Khan as Soha
- Maria Malik as Nageen
- Usama Khan as Usama
- Arman Ali Pasha as Faseeh
- Ayesha Sana as Bee Ji
- Saleem Sheikh as Faizan 'Faizee'
- Munazzah Arif as Ayesha
- Humayun Gul as Azhar
- Khalid Butt as Naeem
- Marium Shafee as Rana (eldest sister in law)
- Ruhi Khan as Khawla (youngest sister in law)
- Muazma Arif as Nighat (Guest appearance)
- Mian Suhail as Bilal (Guest appearance)
- Mohsin Abbas Haider as Arsalan (Guest appearance)
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