Dusri Bivi

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Dusri Bivi
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Promotional poster
Also known as English: second wife
Genre Romance, Hatred
Written by Samina Ejaz
Directed by Anjum Shahzad
Starring Fahad Mustafa
Maha Warsi
Hareem Farooq
Composer(s) Ahmed Jahanzaib
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
Production
Producer(s) Fahad Mustafa
Ali Kazmi
Production company(s) Big Bang Entertainment
Release
Original network ARY Digital
Original release 1 December 2014 (2014-12-01) – 4 May 2015 (2015-05-04)
External links
Dusri Bivi

Dusri Bivi (دوسری بیوی) (meaning: second wife) is a Pakistani drama serial directed by Anjum Shahzad, written by Samina Ejaz, and produced by the lead actor Fahad Mustafa and Dr. Ali Kazmi under a production banner called BigBangEntertainment.

The drama stars Fahad Mustafa,[1] Hareem Farooq and Maha Warsi in the lead roles alongside Ahmed Ali, Shehryar Zaidi, Amber Khan, Maham, Fatima, Ali Kazmi and Zara Gull. The drama had its initial episode on 1 December 2014 on ARY Digital.[2] During production of the drama they used the working title Poora Chand Adhoora Hai.[citation needed]

Season 2 of dusri bivi is coming from August where Hassan(Fahad Mustafa) marry another woman whom he meets while going for a business trip.Hassan again hid the truth from 1st and 2nd wife.The story continues with war for justice and equality......

Plot outline[edit]

Dusri Bivi is a romantic love triangle. A hardworking man hassan Fahad Mustafa who is living a happily married life with his wife ayesha Hareem Farooq and their daughter saman. It was until hassan's colleague farah Maha Warsi entered his life. Then who knew that they became life partners. Although he was a loyal and a hard working husband... Falling in love was their fate; But to get married was beyond their control and now the only common thing between both the women is their husband. Since then the War for Love has Continued...!

Cast[edit]

  • Fahad Mustafa as Hassan
  • Hareem Farooq as Ayesha
  • Maha Warsi as Farah
  • Ahmed Ali Akbar as Aamir
  • Shehriyar Zaidi as Farah's Father
  • Amber Khan as Farah's Mother
  • Maham as Fouzia/Bajo
  • Fatima (Childstar) as Saman
  • Dr. Ali Kazmi as Ahmed
  • Zara Gull as Ayesha's Sister In Law

Soundtrack[edit]

The drama's soundtrack is composed and sung by Ahmed Jahanzaib.[3]

Trivia[edit]

  • Fahad Mustafa announced that this drama would be his "last television commitment for some time".[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Doosri Biwi' is my last television commitment for some time: Fahad Mustafa". DAWN.com. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Doosri Bivi on ARY Digital starting from 1st December 2014". Reviewit.pk. Rashid Nazir Ali. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "OST Dusri Bivi by Ahmed Jahanzaib". Pakium. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "Fahad Mustafa to Quit TV Industry after "Doosri Biwi"". brandsynario. Ghazala Sulaiman. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 

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