Top 15 Shows and Movies from the Other Side of the Border
Humsafar: Humsafar was one of the serials that were also telecasted in India.
Zindagi Gulzar Hai: The story of a head-strong and self-reliant girl Kashaf and a typical rich brat Zaroon.
Aunn Zara: You may feel, that these series are always on the serious and clichéd emotional types.
Mann Mayal: This drama will make you weep for your lover, even if he/she is non-existent.
Bin Roye: Bin Roye is also a love story but not the typical one. It’s the one in which the protagonist is not the sacrificial type.
Udaari: Udaari catches the theme of social wrongdoings happening in the society where it is set.
Sammi: Much like the one above, this also explores the ugly side of society and selfish families.
Yakeen Ka Safar: Based on a novel of the same name, it explores the life of Zubia who has witnessed the killing.
O Rangreza: The story of a girl who worships her father and wants to be like him.
Cheekh: The story of a woman, standing against her own family and all of the society just to provide.
Aangan: This is a tale of Partition but from a family’s point of view.
Suno Chanda: A comic story about a joint family in which two cousins who can’t stand each other are married.
Cake: It revolves around the story of three siblings now apart due to work.
Ho Mann Jahaan: A coming of age story about a group of friends who are trying to set their foot in the music industry.
Laal Kabootar: This is simply a desi noir and the official entry to Oscars.