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Pakistani dramas, by portrayal, are some of the best dramas which are not only loved and adored in Pakistan but aswell across borders.
These dramas can usually range from 20 to 30 episodes and are televised on a weekly basis on many famous Pakistani TV channels including Geo TV, ARY Digital, and HUM TV.
Speaking of, Ishq Murshid is one of the trending dramas that is currently being aired and loved by many Pakistanis.
The drama which means ‘Love Guide’ features an upper-class boy named Shahmir, played by Bilal Abbas Khan, a rich son of a famous politician, who falls in love with a working-class girl named Shibra, played by Durefishan Saleem, who is confident and determined, contrary to the stereotype of Pakistani girls on its head.
Ishq Murshid welcomes us to the fantasy world of Shahmir from the UK where he turns into Fazal Baksh from Umer Kot to win Shibra’s heart. For that, he lies, and would still lie for every minimum thing. From here the real concern emerges.
Is it okay to lie in love? Is it ok for a man to constantly lie to a woman he lives just to win her over? Technically no, even in a fantasy drama it’s not fine to lie to get something or win over something you deeply desire, especially if the fantasy drama is getting this much popular.
Overall, Pakistani dramas play a huge part in our lives. It truly is about finding those dramas that speak volumes to ones in ways one never thought were possible.