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Affan Waheed and Hira Mani Will Reunite in “Ghalti”

More of Affan and Hira’s chemistry!

Affan Waheed and Hira Mani Do Bol

Our favorite couple of Badar and Gaiti from drama serial Do Bol are pairing up for another project Ghalti. The last time Affan Waheed and Hira Mani teamed up for a play, they got everyone talking about their brilliant onscreen chemistry.

Do Bol proved to be a super-hit drama.

Now, the news is that Affan Waheed and Hira Mani will be seen together in another romantic drama. The serial will feature Affan and Hira in the lead cast. It will be directed by Saba Ahmed and penned by Asma Siyani.

Affan Waheed told a media outlet:

“The name of the drama is Ghalti and it is being directed by Saba Hamid and written by Asma Siyani,”


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Plot and Cast Details

About the drama, Affan revealed that it revolves around two characters Saad and Zahira who experience the ups and downs of life together.

“’The story is basically a journey of this couple namely Saad and Zahira, who go through the different stages of life so yes you can categorize it as a love story,”

Besides the lead couple, the cast also includes Saba Faisal, Saba Hamid, and Anoushay Abbasi.

During an interview with BBC ASIA NETWORK, Affan Waheed revealed that he is nervous about his upcoming drama with Hira Mani. He said that following the success of Do Bol he is now more worried about the success of his upcoming drama because the fans have come to expect the best.


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Before this, the duo has been seen in dramas such as Do Bol and Aseer-e-Mohabbat. We can not wait to see them back together on screen.

via HIPinPakistan

Written by Arslan Khattak

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