Fasih Bari Khan

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Fasih Bari Khan[1] is a television scriptwriter from Pakistan.


Khan has written several highly acclaimed yet controversial TV plays for different networks.[2][3] He first rose to fame with the acclaimed Burns Road ki Nilofer.[4] He is best known for Quddusi Sahab ki Bewah which ran for 140 episodes[5][6] His stories are reflective of every day lives of the inner cities of Pakistan and highlight ills of society that are often viewed as controversial.[7]

  • Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah[8]
  • Burns Road ki Nilofer
  • Khalid ki Khalda
  • Mohabbat Jaye Bhar Mein – Hum TV – 2012
  • Khala Kulsum Ka Kumba – PTV
  • Shakoor Sahab
  • Ronaq Jahan Ka Nafsiyati Gharana
  • Tar-e-Ankaboot [9]
  • Faltu Larki


  1. ^ "Fasih Bari Khan". vidpk.com. Archived from the original on 16 October 2011. Retrieved December 2013.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. ^ "The world according to Bari". 
  3. ^ "Shugalmella.com". Pakistani-stage-dramas.shugalmella.com. Archived from the original on 29 June 2013. Retrieved 4 December 2013. [not in citation given]
  4. ^ "Burns road ki nilofer and the Youtube ban". 
  5. ^ Mujeeb, Rakshinda (7 April 2013). "Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah will have you in fits of laughter". The Express Tribune Blog. Retrieved 4 December 2013. 
  6. ^ "And the laughter ends for us". 
  7. ^ "The world according to Bari". 
  8. ^ "Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah to be replaced by Salman Khan". 
  9. ^ "Tar-e-ankaboot an Overview". 

"Writer of Saat Din Muhabbat In" featuring Mahira Khan