Old Ptv Drama Uljhan Cast Then And Now
During the 1990s, Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) produced and aired several popular dramas that captivated audiences across the country. Here are some notable PTV dramas from the 90s:
“Alpha Bravo Charlie” (1998):
Written and directed by Shoaib Mansoor, “Alpha Bravo Charlie” is a highly acclaimed military drama that follows the lives of three friends, Faraz, Kashif, and Gulsher, as they navigate their careers in the Pakistan Army. The series explored themes of friendship, sacrifice, and patriotism.
“Dhoop Kinare” (1987):
Although it aired in the late 80s, “Dhoop Kinare” remained popular in the 90s due to its enduring charm. Starring Rahat Kazmi and Marina Khan, the romantic drama depicted the relationship between a young doctor, Ahmer, and a senior surgeon, Zoya. The series garnered a massive fan following and is considered a classic of Pakistani television.
Another iconic drama that continued to resonate with audiences in the 90s, “Tanhaiyaan” featured the talented ensemble cast of Marina Khan, Shehnaz Sheikh, Behroze Sabzwari, and Qazi Wajid. The story revolved around the lives of two sisters, Zara and Sanya, and their interactions with various colorful characters. It is still remembered for its memorable dialogues and engaging storyline.
“Aangan Terha” (1989):
“Aangan Terha,” a satirical comedy written by Anwar Maqsood and directed by Qaiser Farooq, is considered a timeless gem of Pakistani television. Set in a fictional apartment complex, the drama showcased the lives and interactions of diverse characters, offering a humorous commentary on societal issues.
Starring Asif Raza Mir and Shagufta Ejaz, “Tehzeeb” explored the dynamics of a middle-class family and the challenges they faced. The drama portrayed the struggles, aspirations, and conflicts within the household, providing insight into the complexities of familial relationships.
“Uncle Urfi” (1972-1974, reaired in the 90s):
Although originally aired in the early 70s, “Uncle Urfi” gained immense popularity when it was reaired in the 90s. The drama, starring Shakeel, portrayed the heartwarming and humorous experiences of Uncle Urfi as he mentored and guided a group of children.
These are just a few examples of the memorable PTV dramas from the 90s. Pakistani television during that era was rich with compelling stories, talented actors, and thought-provoking narratives that continue to be cherished by viewers even today.
Another famous Ptv drama which become talk of town was Uljhan, Uljhan was the serial which give break through to Sadia Imam. Many new faces emerges after talecast of Uljhan. Actress Saima Salahudin was another name who become popular in no time. Saima played the role of Qurban Jelani’s wife and Sadia Imam’s best friend. In drama they showed that Sadia Imam hates her friend after she become wife her father but due to unfortunate death of actor Qurban Jelani they ended the drama soon. Qurban Sahab Died during shoot of Uljhan. “Uljhan” received critical acclaim for its compelling storyline and strong performances by the cast. It captivated audiences with its suspenseful narrative and intense character portrayals. The drama was appreciated for addressing psychological and emotional issues in a thought-provoking manner.
Sanam Iqbal played sister of Saima Salahudin , we dont have any confirm info about sanam now.
Sadia Imam is still active in showbiz but not in dramas.
Qurban Jelani died during shoot of Uljhan.
Kunwar Nafees is now playing characters in dramas
Saima Salahudin is now professional doctor and married.
Few years back Naila Jafri died due to cancer.
Bahroz Sabzwari is coming in dramas and still quite active.