Mohib Mirza Stuns Audience With His Performance in Dushman-e-Jaan

His best performance yet?

Mohib Mirza

Fans of Pakistani dramas can’t stop raving about Dushman-e-Jaan. It’s an ARY Digital production starring Mohib Mirza and Tooba Siddiqui in lead roles.

The drama is on air since May 28, and has created a hype since its first episode.

What is this all about? Why are people lauding Mohib Mirza? Is it worth the watch? Let’s find out.

The Plot

Dushman-e-Jaan tells the story of two people and their families with tragedy at its center. Hatim (played by Mohib Mirza) belongs to a rich family who thinks that the world revolves around him. He is not really fond of his parents either because they were not there for him when he needed them.

On the other hand, Ramsha (played by Tooba Siddique) is one of Hatim’s employees. She is the sole breadwinner of her family and would do anything for them. Her dedication captivates Hatim’s heart and he starts developing feelings for her.

However, a misunderstanding makes Hatim take a drastic step and he ends up killing her. Ramsha dies a painful death but what she leaves behind her is guilt and remorse for Hatim. His guilty conscience haunts him to the point where he loses his sleep and becomes delusional.


Public Reaction

Many viewers are loving this drama. They are not only enjoying the story but are also impressed by the characters, especially Hatim. Once an arrogant man, he has now become so vulnerable and helpless that he can’t get rid of the haunted memories and constantly regrets his actions.

Mohib Mirza is Winning Hearts

With his phenomenal acting, Mohib has once again touched the hearts of millions of people. He portrayed all the different sides of Hatim with excellence and the viewers could feel his pain and guilt. Social media can’t stop praising him for touching the peak of method acting.



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Written by Munazza Mehmood

Writer by day, biryani enthusiast by night. Completely drowned into the world of K-pop.


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