Dil-e-Beqarar

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Dil-e-Beqarar
دلِ بے قرار
Dil-e-Beqarar (TV series).jpg
Genre
Written by Rukhsana Nigar
Directed by Owais Khan
Starring
Theme music composer Adrian David Emmanuel
Opening theme "Dil-e-Beqarar"
Singers
Rizwan Anwer
Adrian David Emmanuel
Lyrics by
Shakeel Sohail
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 16
Production
Cinematography Azhar Ali
Editor(s) Farhan Attique Khan
Camera setup Multi-camera setup
Running time 1 hour
Production company(s) Gemstones
Distributor Hum TV
Release
Original network Hum TV, Hum Network Limited
Picture format
Audio format Stereo
First shown in Pakistan
Original release 13 April (2016-04-13) – 3 August 2016 (2016-08-03)
Chronology
Preceded by Maana Ka Gharana
Followed by Saya-e-Dewar Bhi Nahi
Related shows
External links
Hum TV Website

Dil-e-Beqarar (Urdu: دلِ بے قرار‎;lit:The Quiet Heart), is a Pakistani romantic television drama serial[1] that was first aired on Hum TV on 13 April 2016 replacing Maana Ka Gharana. It airs every Wednesday at 8:00 pm PST. It stars Junaid Khan, Mansha Pasha and Hareem Farooq.[2]

Plot[edit]

The story is about two brothers, Javed and Abbas (Qazi Wajid) who are fighted with their money.[clarification needed] They both even not like their faces after an incident.[clarification needed] Javed marries with Aasiya and Awaz marries with Salma (Birjees Farooqui). Javed has a son Sohail (Ahsan Balaj) and a daughter, Farida (Hareem Farooq). While, Abbas has a son, Mudasir (Junaid Khan). Both Farida and Mudasir fell in love but their parents forbid them to marry because of their fight. Sohail marries Shehla. Aasiya and Javed decide to marry Farida with Naveed, Shehla's relative/cousin. Farida refuses a proposal but they try. Abbas' hate for his brother has made him hate also with Farida and Sohail as well. They both court marriage each other. After 7 years of leap, Mudasir's parents die naturally and Aasiya as well. Farida's father Javed survives but is ill and dies later in Farida's memories. Mudasir works in a job of Haji Sahab. Haji Sahab's daughter Sara (Mansha Pasha) was married to her fiancé Shehriyar, but was divorced due to Shehriyar's flud. She was then married to a cruel man, Jibran who divorced her later. Haji Sahab asked Mudasir to marry Sara which he agrees after asking Farida, and Farida agrees under the hope that they will get more money for her new house. He doesn't know that Sara was married to her fiancé. They (Shehriyar and Sara) meet in restaurant while Farida is with her and the kids, Sara acts as she doesn't know him in front of Farida. Farida asks same man how he know Sara later on, and tells him she's Sara's best friend and he tells her that he was Sara's first husband and lover and says he couldn't stay married with a women who couldn't have children and secretly married to another lady and then Sara and Sheryar got divorced.shehryar teases and often tries to meet up with sara.he demands huge amounts of money in return for the promise of not exposing his relaation with sara in front of sohail.sohail suspects sara and in the end reveals to sara that he knew of shehryar. Sara and sohail recocncike but farida is left out

Cast[edit]

Child stars[edit]

  • Hammad Khan as Sunny (Mudasir & Farida's son)
  • Neha as Areesha (Mudasir & Farida's daughter)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drama Serial ”Dil E Beqarar” Coming Soon on HUM TV". Entertainment, Fashion & Technology Updates. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 
  2. ^ "Dil E Beqarar Archives – Entertainment, Fashion & Technology Updates". www.trendinginsocial.com. Retrieved 2016-04-03. 

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