Daddy (drama)

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A promotional image of Daddy
Genre Family
Written by Ali Imran
Directed by Misbah Khalid
Opening theme Khoye Kahan by Nouman Javaid
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of episodes 13
Running time 35 - 40 minutes (per episode)
Production company(s) Six Sigma Productions
Original network ARY Digital
Original release 13 November 2010 – 5 February 2011

Daddy is a Pakistani drama serial which premiered on ARY Digital on 13 November 2010 and ended on 5 February in the following year. The serial is produced by Samina Humayun Saeed's Production house Six Sigma Productions, written by Ali Imran, directed by Misbah Khalid.

This was veteran actor Khayyam Sarhadi's last drama serial.[1] He died before the last episode was aired, which was officially dedicated to the deceased actor.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

Notable guest stars[edit]


Rokke (Sajid Hasan) portrays the role of an ever-loving and ever-compromising Daddy,Ph ya so wet, who has been there for his children, when Anya (Samia Mumtaz) left them for her self-progression. It all starts when Jehanzeb and Anya, who have been great friends since their days at art school, realise their feelings for each other and decide to get married. Anya has always been passionate for Filmmaking and aspires to be a film director, but till now she had been cheating on this passion for the sake of her husband and 3 kids. Luckily, one day she gets an opportunity to do a short course of 6 months from an Indian film institute. Jehanzeb and her father-in-law, Jahangir (Khayyam Sarhadi) support her in the decision of taking up this opportunity and ultimately she leaves her children on the mercy of their father. After completing the course, Anya gets her first professional offer and this time she is not willing to go back home very soon and as a result her children are facing stern negligence from their mother. At such pivotal point of time, Jehanzeb decides to play the role of both the parents along with the help of his old friend Maria (Zainab Qayyum). And eventually when Anya returns to her home after a long time, she remains astound to notice that her children absolutely belong to their ‘Daddy’.[2]