We’ve seen some great pairs whose onscreen chemistry is off the charts. Thought-provoking onscreen couples right now are a refreshing change from the usual confused love-hate dynamic that we usually see on our TV dramas.
While we accept there will be a fair deal of drama in a drama serial, the relationships ought at least to be more realistic. Ehd-e-Wafa really hit the nail in that regard, with their pitch-perfect couples.
There’s been a recent wave of thought-provoking and progressive onscreen duos making a drama serial worthwhile. Without further ado, here’s a list of the best onscreen couples right now.
Saad and Dua: Ehd-e-Wafa
A couple that was equal parts passion and compassion, this duo was playful and stubborn. Yet they stood by each other when it mattered.
This onscreen couple really sets a good example for young people falling in love. A refreshing change to the usual toxic relationship. Because couples that grow together stay together.
Shahzain and Rani: Ehd-e-Wafa
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These partners in crime taught us that arranged marriages are not all about compromise. If you’re friends first, you may be already on your way to a great marriage.
Rather than an obligation to each other as partners, Rani and Shahzain supported each other as bickering best friends.
Shariq and Ramsha: Ehd-e-Wafa
Ehd-e-Wafa really hit a home run with the characterization and the relationship dynamics between relationships. So, of course, Shariq and Ramsha had to make the cut.
When couples work together, it’s tricky to balance their professional and personal relationships. This duo is an example of how couples should settle their creative differences.
Abdullah and Mahajbeen: Pyar Ke Sadqay
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This duo have really made a great impression right off the bat. Abdullah and Mahajbeen are an example of what’s it like to marry a friend.
Behind the playful bickering and endlessly teasing each other, they care too much. Let’s hope they keep this upward streak.
Qalb-e-Momin and Momina: Alif
The idea that love is about possession is where many drama serials go wrong. Hence all those toxic relationships.
Sometimes we need to realize you can’t hold back the person you love. You wish them well and let them do their own thing. If it’s good for both of you, they’ll find their way back to you.
That’s what makes Qalb-e-Momin and Momina the best onscreen couple.
Safeer and Hawa: Tera Yahan Koi Nahi
Okay maybe this one might be unrealistic, but Keannu Reeves does exist. This onscreen couple really quashes the stereotype that there’s a ‘right age’ to be married.
You can’t put an expiration date on love. Additionally, Safeer’s love for Hawa manifests as kindness, not an obsession for possession.
Which was your favorite Pakistani drama couples from these all? Sound off in the comments below!