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The opening title screen for Mannchalay
|Written by||Faiza Iftikhar|
|Directed by||Roomi Insha|
Farhan Ally Agha
|Country of origin||Pakistan|
|No. of episodes||109|
|Running time||~20 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Moomal Productions|
|Original network||Hum TV|
|Original release||13 July 2009 –|
24 March 2010
Mannchalay (Urdu: من چلے) is a Pakistani comedy TV drama serial that was televised on Hum TV. The serial was written by Faiza Iftikhar and directed by Roomi Insha. It highlights the difference in thinking of younger and older generations and shows how two generations can walk forward hand-in-hand.
Mannchalay is the story of the Khawaja family. Khawaja Sahib (Qavi Khan) is the head of the family. He is a loving father, however, he is conservative as well. He has three sons, Furqan, Usman, and Jibran and wants all three brothers to marry three sisters Mehnaz, Nazia and Fiza, to keep the family united. However, the youngest son, Jibran (Danish Taimoor) likes another girl named Mitthu (Sanam Baloch).
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