Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah

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Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah
Genre Family Drama, Comedy
Written by Fasi Bari Khan
Directed by Mazhar Moin
Creative director(s) Nauman Qamar
Starring Hina Dilpazeer
Shehnaz Pervaiz
Shabbir Jan
Uroosa Siddiqui
Badar Khalil
Waqar Hussain
Mirza Shahi
Maqsood Bhai
Ubaida Ansari
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language(s) Urdu
No. of episodes 155
Producer(s) ECrew Entertainment
Location(s) Pakistan
Running time 35-45 min (1 hour with intervals)
Original network ARY Digital
Original release 2012 – 25 June 2014

Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah is a comedy drama which premiered in 2012 on ARY Digital. The series became popular soon after its initial telecast due to a unique storyline, authentic humor and Hina Dilpazeer's acting in multiple roles, portraying characters which have become an instant hit. It is the follow up Television series of successful telefims written by Fasih Bari Khan and directed by Mazhar Moin such as 'Shakoor Sahab', Saray Ghat Ki Farzana, Bawli Bitiya, Pichaal Periyan, Ronak Jahan Ka Nafsiyati Gharaana and Burns Road Ki Niloufer


It is a story of two families living in upper and lower stories of a house. The householder Aleem-ud-Din lives upstairs with his family consisting of his wife Nunhi, a divorced daughter Bhunarya, a son Maqsood and daughter-in-law Rooh Afzaa. While Qudussi's widow, Shakooran live downstairs as tenant with her three daughters Khajusta Jahan, Badraka Jahan, Shagufta Jahan and a son Abdul Wudood Ahmad. Aqeela Bhabhi is also a major character who is a neighbor and a good friend of Shakooran. Both families are later shifted to a new house which is owned by Shakooran, when Shagufta Jahan is married to Aleem-ud-Din. Aqeela is kicked out of her own house by her sons and lives with Shakooran, who makes her do all the housework.

Cast and characters[edit]

Role Portrayed by
Shakooran Begum Hina Dilpazeer (played multiple roles)
Badraka Jahan
Rooh Afza
Bangali Baji
Nazima Khatoon (Aleemuddin's sister)
Nazeer Dilbarjani
Tina Gul (Rooh Afza's mother)
Elaichi (Transgender)
Shaheena Phurki
Mursaleen Mian (hotel owner in Murree) (some episodes)
Mursaleen Mian's Daughter (some episodes)
Madhu Chopra (1 episode)
MongPhali Baji (1 episode)
Morning Show Host (1 episode)
Khajusta Jahan Shehnaz Pervaiz
Shagufta Jahan Uroosa Siddiqui
Maqsood Maqsood Bhai
Wudood Ahmed Waqar Hussain
Nunhi Ubaida Ansari
Bhunarya Hira Sheikh
Aqeela Bhabhi Badar Khalil
Aleem-ud-Din Sahab Mirza Shahi
Durdana (some episodes) Asma Abbas
Farzana (some episodes) Sajal Ali
Maulavi Saheb Irfan Khoosat
Farhat Arra Sangeeta
Afifa Sarah
Sidiqa Minal Khan


The drama series became heavily popular soon after its telecast and although unable to surpass records of Humsafar and Zindagi Gulzar Hai, it was still able to beat Pakistani dramas such as Qaid-e-Tanhai, Mera Saaein 2, Thakan and Pakvilla in competition. Hina Dilpazeer's acting is praised very much and especially her variety of roles. Many people mistake her nomination at the 2012 Lux Style Awards for her multiple roles for Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah, though she was actually nominated for drama serial Tum Ho Ke Chup.


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