Mirat-ul-Uroos (TV series)

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Mirat-ul-Uroos was broadcast in India by Zindagi in late 2014 under the title Aaina Dulhan Ka. Above is a promotional logo-image of Aaina Dulhan Ka featuring Aamina Sheikh as Aiza (right) and Mehwish Hayat as Aima (left).
Genre Pakistani drama
Based on Mirat-ul-Uroos by Nazir Ahmad Dehlvi
Written by Umera Ahmed
Directed by Anjum Shehzad
Starring Aamina Sheikh
Mikaal Zulfiqar
Mehwish Hayat
Ahsan Khan
(For entire cast see the section on cast below)
Theme music composer Composer
Shani Haider
Naseer Turabi
Opening theme Mera Chhota Sa Ek Sapna Hai (sung by Fariha Pervez)
Har Saans Gawahi Deta Hai (sung by Mehwish Hayat)
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 30
Producer(s) 7th Sky Entertainment
Running time Approx. 40-45 Minutes
Original channel Geo TV
Original release 4 December 2012 (2012-12-04) – 6 June 2013
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Mirat-ul-Uroos (Urdu: مراۃ العروس) is a 30 episode long Urdu language Pakistani telenovela which was first broadcast in Pakistan by Geo TV, premiering on 4 December 2012. Directed by Anjum Shehzad and written by Umera Ahmed, Mirat-ul-Uroos, which is based on an Urdu novel of the same name by Nazir Ahmad Dehlvi ended its run in Pakistan on 6 June 2013. Featuring actors Aamina Sheikh, Mehwish Hayat, Mikaal Zulfiqar, Ahsan Khan, Samina Ahmad, Ayesha Khan, Umer Naru, Moomal Sheikh, and Afraz Rasool, Mirat-ul-Uroos has also been broadcast in India by Zindagi, under the title Aaina Dulhan Ka, premiering on 10 November 2014 and ending its premier run on 13 December 2014.[1] Due to its popularity in India it is started to run again from 8th May 2015 at 6pm.


Mirat-ul-Uroos contrasts the lives of the grandchildren of Akbari (Ayesha Khan Sr.) and Akbarii (Samina Ahmad). Akbari's first grand-daughter Aiza (Aamina Sheikh) is very arrogant, spendthrift and has been raised with a lot of love while her second granddaughter Aima (Mehwish Hayat) is the exact opposite of Aiza. While Asghari's grandsons are Hammad (Mikaal Zulfiqar) and Haashim (Ahsan Khan), who fall for and eventually get married to Aiza and Aima. Aiza shows her true colours in her in-laws' house. So, Hammad does an extramaritial affair and Aiza leaves him but finally they reunite.



  1. ^ "Zindagi Strengthens Programming Line-up with 3 New Shows". Afaqs. 6 November 2014. Retrieved 9 November 2014. 

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