Makan (TV series)

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Makan
Poster of TV Serial Makan.jpg
Poster of Makan
Also known asHome a Heaven
GenreDrama
Romance
Written byBushra Ansari
Directed byKamran Qureshi
StarringFahad Mustafa
Sara Loren
Saleem Sheikh
Shagufta Ejaz
Khayyam Sarhadi
Shabbir Jan
Ayesha Sana
Shahood Alvi
Maira Khan &
Bushra Ansari
Theme music composerWaqar Ali
Opening theme"Rog Jog" by
Shafqat Amanat Ali
Country of originPakistan
Original language(s)Urdu
No. of episodes20
Production
Producer(s)Humayun Saeed, Abdullah Kadwani and Salman Nanitalwala
Production location(s)Karachi, Pakistan
CinematographySyed Naeem Rizvi
Aijaz Shamsi
Editor(s)Adnan Wai Qureshi
Imran Wai Qureshi
Running time45 minutes
Production company(s)7th Sky Entertainment[1]
Release
Original networkGeo TV
First shown inPakistan
Original release2006 (2006)
External links
7th Sky Entertainment

Makan (Urdu: مكان‎ (English: Home a Heaven) is a Pakistani TV Drama Series, which was broadcast on GEO TV. The serial is directed by Kamran Qureshi, written by Bushra Ansari and produced by Humayun Saeed and Abdullah Kadwani's production house 7th Sky Entertainment.[2] The story based on extramarital affairs, the dignity of family relations and has the essence of the realities of life.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around a rich family of two brothers Nawaz (Khayyam Sarhadi) and Shehbaz (Shabbir Jan) who own a Cinema House. Nawaz is married with a rich lady Bhabi G also known as Tayee G (Bushra Ansari)[3] who is dominant and rules over the whole family members while Shehbaz is married with a typical eastern woman Mehru (Shagufta Ejaz) who is very obedient of her husband and in-laws.

Nawaz has two children, Zahra (Ayesha Sana) and Akbar Shahood Alvi. Naheed (Maira Khan) who loves Akbar commit suicide after being refused by his mother Bhabi G to marry Akbar.

Shehbaz often snubs his own wife and children, Jaffer (Saleem Sheikh), Gulfam (Fahad Mustafa) and Seema (Saira Khan) because of his Bhabi G to whom he is always faithful whether it's a right decision or wrong.

Shehbaz hides his divorce from family and is living with wife for twelve years. Nawaz's wife (Bhabi G) had relationships outside of marriage with her brother in-law Shehbaz.

Jaffer gets job in bank and he moves to his new house provided by bank. He helps Saima (Naheed Shabbir)from ex-husband's blackmailing and later marries to her.

Zahra has two kids from her husband Azam (Kaiser Khan Nizamani) but not getting enough attention from him, she is having affair with her friend's husband Shahid (Jahanzeb Gurchani).

Ghulfam marries to film actress Nazli (Sara Loren) and takes power of attorney for all property from Bhabi G by doing fraud and transfers all property papers in his wife's name. Nazli and his malicious father takes over all the business from Nawaz, who can't absorb the shock and dies in Heartattach. Bhabi G gets paralyzed by pushing her down the stairs by Nazli and his father. Later Nazli's father gets arrested in involvement of Bhabi G's only son Akbar's (Shahood Alvi) murder.[4][5]

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

External video
A promotional video of Makan

The theme song Rog Jog was composed by Waqar Ali and sung by Shafqat Amanat Ali. Lyricist was M Nasir and music video was released in 2006.

Awards and nominations[edit]

6th Lux Style Awards

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://7thsky.biz/current/prg003_Makan_main.html
  2. ^ "7th Sky Entertainment". Wiki. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Bushra Ansari Verstyle Actress". Profile & Interview. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  4. ^ "TV Serial Makan". Plot Outline. 7 August 2014. Retrieved 18 June 2015.
  5. ^ Kamran Qureshi. "Presentation of Makan". marketing version. Retrieved 18 June 2015.

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