Laa (TV serial)

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Also known as English: No
Genre Drama
social stratification
Written by Sarmad Sehbai
Directed by Farooq Rind
Starring Meekal Zulfiqar
Sadia Khan
Sabreen hasbani
Theme music composer Waqas Azeem
Opening theme "Hai Ishq Ki Pehli Manzil Laa"
by Javed Bashir
Composer(s) Sahir Ali Bagga
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of episodes 13
Producer(s) Momina Duraid
Kashif A. Khan
Location(s) Lahore
Cinematography Nadeem Kashmiri
Editor(s) Sheraz Fayaz
Afzal Fayaz
Camera setup Multi-camera setup
Running time 35 - 40 minutes
Original network Hum TV
Picture format 480p
Audio format Stereo
First shown in Pakistan
Original release 7 June (2014-06-07) – 30 August 2014
External links
Hum Television

Laa (Urdu: لا‎, Arabic: لاء‎‎ ; meaning: نہیںNo) is a 2014 Pakistani drama written by playwright and poet Sarmad Sehbai, and direct The serial aired Saturday evenings on Hum TV.


The story revolves around Daniyal Malik (Meekal Zulfiqar), a rich and humble person who has bet with his friends that he would make Naina Syed (Sadia Khan) fall in love with him during her stay at Daniyal's house with her family. The story then takes a turn when Daniyal comes to know about his past. Naimat Khan, informs him that he's adopted. He finds out that with the parent he's living with are not his real parents. He was given to them, because his dad couldn't take care of him because of his step mother. The marriage was kept secret, that's why Daniyal's mother had to sacrifice his son and leave him.

Later, Daniyal goes to search his parents. He finally, meets a man who is aware of the truth. It's later revealed,that Naimat Khan, was his dad's servant and wanted to take revenge that's why he approached Daniyal. Naimat Khan's daughter was murdered by Daniyal's step mother. So, Naimat Khan wanted Daniyal, to take revenge from his step brother, Dilawar. His step family was very rich, therefore it was Naimat Khan's wish that Daniyal shall take his dad's place as peer not Dilawar. However, dilawar gets to know the truth and finds out that Daniyal is his step brother and is about to kill him, whilst a girl takes the bullet. That girl is a best friend of Daniyal's real mother, who is also a lawyer. Meanwhile, Daniyal is sent to the prison because the police thinks it's him who tried killing her. Just then, Daniyal's mother takes his case and helps him getting out of the jail. Naina helps him too. Later, while the lady who took the bullet, get unconscious and says that daniyal didn't shoot him. She also says that she is daniyal's mother. She knew the truth, just when dilawar shot her. However, whilst knowing the truth she gets so shocked and overwhelmed with emotions, because she thought Daniyal was dead. She approaches daniyal and tells him the truth. Daniyal is happy, but then he decides to live with his foster parents instead of his birth mother since they took care of him and have always been there for him.


  • Mikaal Zulfiqar - Daniyal Malik
  • Qavi Khan - Daniyal's Father
  • Seemi Raheel - Naina's Mother
  • Naeem Tahir - Naina's Father
  • Khalid Malik - Dilawar Shah
  • Sadia Khan - Naina Syed
  • Rehan Sheikh - Naimat Khan
  • Mehreen - Sohai
  • Rabia Noreen
  • Sabreen Asbani
  • Laila Zuberi
  • Ali Saqi - also seen in Gul-e-Rana
  • Ashraf Rehman
  • Xile Huma
  • Shamaa Asif
  • Almaas Butt


Laa: Original Soundtrack (OST)
Soundtrack album by Javed Bashir
Released 15 March 2014 (2014-15-15)
Recorded 2014
Genre Theme song, Television soundtrack
Length 1:50
Language Urdu
Label M.D Productions
Producer Momina Duraid

The Theme song of Laa is written by Sarmad Sehbai, and composed by Sahir Ali Bagga, while the background score is composed by Waqas Azeem. The music is a label of Momina Duraid Productions. The song is sung by Javed Bashir.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Sarmad Sehbai; all music composed by Sahir Ali Bagga.

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Hai Ishq Ki Pehli Manzil Laa..Dil-e-Ma..." Javed Bashir 1:50

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