Ullu baraye Farokht Nahi By Hum TV


Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahin, is a drama by HumTV channel. It is telecasted every Tuesday at 8pm. There are numerous favorite celebrities starring in this drama such as Nauman Ejaz, Isra Zaidi, Nouman Masood, Saba Qamar, Sohail Ahmed, Yumna Zaidi and many more.  Kashif Nisar directed this serial while Amna Mufti has written it. The story has strong links with supernatural powers. There is a lot of symbolism (Birds) used in this serial. Is the survival of a female in a male dominant society possible? If possible what are the consequences? And in how many cases female succeed while fight alone for their rights? This is the major theme of this beautifully written play.
Two of this play’s episodes have on-aired up till now. Both got very good rating. The serial depicts the story of conventions of rural is all about feudal lords and their conservative thinking and life style. How they spend their lives by suppressing others and how their fights and skirmishes, their grudges, their rages destroy peace. Thus it portrays everything about Pakistani lords and their system.

Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahin has appropriate settings matching the play’s tone. It is set in a rural background. There are huge, gigantic hawilis, lush green fields, colorful birds and an environment close to the nature. With luxurious lifestyle in which there is everything: wealth, property and servants etc but no faith and peace of mind.
It‘s all about the life of a girl Aasiya Yaqoob. She is a teenage university student with an immature mind as she is into her English teacher Sir Chohan. But he does not encourage her.
Things change for Aasiya when her father dies all of a sudden and her two siblings are betrothed to her uncle’s children. Thus she is left alone and in this situation she seeks help of saints and peers. She goes to the spiritual healers to heal her soul. Does she ever be successful in doing so? To figure out please watch “Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahin”.


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  • Juniad Mustafa on 20/06/2013

    no doubt about HUM TV drama's. I appreciate its working. But one thing I want to remember that they should have not showing the pregnancy cases in our culture. Please stop this.

    • Some Random on 11/07/2013

      Can I ask you why pregnancy issues shouldn't be raised? In our culture, I think it's important pregnancy issues be shown. The emotional and physical stress women bare during pregnancy requires they be given care and chance to slow down. But men in our culture know little about the pain women go through during this period. They expect their pregnant wives to keep up with their everyday duties and are insensitive towards them when their wives are unable to keep up. It's a big problem and needs to be addressed. Of course, this isn't the case in every home, but it definitely happens in many homes.

      Being aware never hurt anyone 🙂

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