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Dil e Muztar
Also known as Dil e Nadaan
Written by Aliya Bukhari
Directed by Shahzad Kashmiri
Theme music composer Waqar Ali
Opening theme Dil E Muztar
written by Imdad Hussain Imdad
performed by Alycia Dias
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
Producer(s) Momina Duraid
Location(s) Karachi
Running time 39:47
Original network Hum TV
Original release 23 February – 27 July 2013

Dil e Muztar (Urdu: دلِ مضطر‎, English: The Anxious Heart) is a 2013 Pakistani drama serial based on the love triangle story between Sila, Adeel, and Zoya.The serial was well received by the audience and was lauded for the lead performances.[1] Serial is broadcasting on Hum TV, first aired on 23 February 2013. It is directed by Shahzad Kashmiri and written by Aliya Bukhari, casting Imran Abbas Naqvi, Sanam Jung and Sarwat Gilani in leading roles.[2]

The show was aired in Middle East on channel MBC Bollywood and in India on Zindagi from 6 February 2015, under the title Dil-e-Nadaan.


Sila who lives with her father and step-mother, loves her cousin Adeel. Sila is very close to her aunt (Adeel's mother) which is disliked by her parents. Sila's rejects a proposal to marry her step-mother's nephew. Eventually, she runs away from her house when her parents try to force her into a marriage. Adeel, brings Sila back home. Sila's father gets Sila married to Adeel the very next day. Adeel and Sila move out after this and start a new life. Adeel treats Sila cold heartedly, but with time Sila wins Adeel over. Sila eventually gives birth to their son Affan. Adeel loses his job, and struggles to find another. Sila takes up the job in Ahmer's company to help adeel. Zoya assures Sila that she will take care of her home and son so that Sila doesn't have to worry. Instead she starts an affair with Adeel and Affan is left alone with Zoya's mother who doesn't bother to check on the crying (and ill) child. Sila heads for home when she sees Adeel and Zoya together. She rushes to home but Affan has died. Affan's death shatters Sila who blames Adeel for her kid's death and leaves Adeel's house. Sila is back at her parents' house, living with her mother and is ready to accept and inherit her late father's wealth. Sila gives birth to a baby (of Adeel), and she names him Afaan. Sila decides not to tell her only child about his real father. Five years later, Sila is now successfully in charge of her late father's business and expands her business with the help of family friends, Nabeela, Sami and Ahmer, as well as the support of her mother.

Meanwhile, Adeel proposes to Zoya, who accepts. On the other hand, Adeel and Zoya go through a rocky relationship with no children due to Zoya's fertility issues. Adeel's company is acquired by a new management, headed by Ahmer and Sila. Adeel meets Silas and asks for Affan's custody, but Sila refuses. Meanwhile, Ahmer who hopes to marry Sila, prepares the divorce papers for Sila and Adeel's separation. Sila can't get herself to sign the divorce papers. Zoya visits Sila and apologizes to her. Zoya confesses that it was her who created a rift between Sila and Adeel. Zoya falls on Sila’s feet and begs for forgiveness. She says she has wronged both Sila and Adeel and she can’t turn back the time.

Ahmer, Sila and Afaan drive to the park together. Sila finds Adeel standing there. Adeel and Sila reconcile.


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Year Award Category Result
2014 Hum Awards Best Director Drama Serial to Shehzad Kashmiri Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Drama Serial to Momina Duraid Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Negative Actress to Sarwat Gilani Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Writer Drama Serial to Aliya Bokhari Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Onscreen Couple to Imran Abbas Naqvi and Sanam Jung Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Drama Serial Viewers Choice to Momina Duraid Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Onscreen Couple Viewers Choice to Imran Abbas Naqvi and Sanam Jung Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Actor Viewers Choice to Imran Abbas Naqvi Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Actress Viewers Choice to Sanam Jung Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Actor to Imran Abbas Naqvi Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Actress to Sanam Jung Nominated
2014 Hum Awards Best Television Sensation(Female) to Sanam Jung Won
2014 Hum Awards Best Original Soundtrack to Alycia Dias Won


Dil e Muztar
Soundtrack album by Alycia Dias
Genre Theme song
Length 4:54
Language Urdu
Producer Momina Duraid

The theme song Dil e Muztar was composed by Waqar Ali and sung by Alycia Dias. It was written by Imdad Hussain Imdad. The lines of the song are frequently used during the course of the show.[3]

Track listing
No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Dil e Muztar" Alycia Dias 4:54


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