Choti Si Zindagi

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Choti Si Zindagi
Choti Si Zindagi Title Screen.png
Official title screen of Choti Si Zindagi
Also known as The Little Life
Genre
Written by Sarwat Nazir
Directed by Shaquille Khan and Adeel Qamar Khan
Starring
Opening theme Choti Si Zindagi by Nabeel Shaukat Ali and Sara Raza Khan
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 28
Production
Producer(s) Momina Duraid
Production location(s) Karachi
Multan
Sahiwal
Camera setup Multi-camera setup
Production company(s) MD Productions
Distributor Hum Network Limited
Release
Original network Hum TV
Picture format
Audio format Stereo
First shown in Pakistan
Original release 27 September 2016 (2016-09-27) – 18 April 2017 (2017-04-18)
Chronology
Preceded by Zara Yaad Kar
Followed by Alif Allah
External links
Official website

Choti Si Zindagi (Urdu: چھوٹی سی زندگی‎; lit:A short life) is a Pakistani drama serial that was first aired on 27 September 2016 replacing Zara Yaad Kar. It airs every Tuesday at 8:00pm PST. It stars Iqra Aziz, Shehzad Sheikh and Nimra Khan in lead roles. It is directed by Shaquille Khan but after 24 episodes the drama was then directed by Adeel Qamar Khan.this drama was highly rated.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

The story is set in late 1970's society, where teen marriages were quite common. Choti Si Zindagi was all about two young character, who were forced into a marriage according to the family and societal traditions. The story revolves around Urwa (played by Shehzad Sheikh), Ameena (played by Iqra Aziz), and Azra (played by Nimra Khan), and their twisted love stories. An intriguiing and interesting story. Will Urwa escape with his newly found love interest in the city or will he settle for his less educated, but loving wife.

Cast[edit]

  • Iqra Aziz as Ameena
  • Shehzad Sheikh as Urwa
  • Nimra Khan as Azra Riaz
  • Farah Shah as Zubaida Irfan
  • Tahira Imam as Sakina Furqan
  • Tariq Jameel as Furqan(Dead)
  • Afraz Rasool as Sohail Bhatti
  • Rashid Farooqui as Irfan
  • Hiba Ali as Syka
  • Shehryar Zaidi as Riaz Ahmed
  • Khalid Saleem Butt as Nizami Sahab
  • Mubshira Khanum as Syka's grandmother
  • Ramha Khan
  • Kiran Qureshi
  • Umair Butt
  • Sohail Maqsood
  • Neelum Gul
  • Asma Saif

Nominations[edit]

Award Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
5th Hum Awards Best Actress Iqra Aziz Nominated [3]
Best Drama Serial Choti Si Zindagi Nominated
Best On-Screen Couple Iqra Aziz and Shehzad Sheikh Nominated

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shabbir, Buraq. "TV plays that ruled the ratings chart in April". The News International. Retrieved 2018-07-04. 
  2. ^ Ghaffar, Ayesha (2017-03-22). "Quick review HUM TV drama 'Choti Si Zindagi'". HIP. Retrieved 2018-07-04. 
  3. ^ "Hum Awards 2017 reveals nominations". The Nation. 2017-04-09. Retrieved 2018-07-04. 

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