‘Suno Chanda’ Writer Saima Akram Talks About Her Indian Projects

Saima Akram Chaudhry is one of the most famous writers of recent times who has penned several hit dramas.

Saima Akram Chaudhry is one of the most famous writers of recent times who has penned several hit dramas. Did you know her fame even transcends borders? She was recently made an offer from across the border.

In a recent interview with Something Haute, the drama writer opened up about the success of drama serials penned by her. She also talked about how the love for work has seeped across the border.


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Saima Akram recently received an offer from India. An Indian production house has offered her the opportunity to write the script for a television play. As well as a web series! Now how exciting that sounds.

Of course, the drama writer took up the chance. However, she didn’t share more details about the project. She did share that the shooting of the Indian drama will be carried out in Dubai.

When the host pushed further, inquiring about the name of the project and production house, Saima Akram opened up about her contract which does not allow her to share more. The writer revealed that she is under contract and cannot share more details about it.

Watch the full interview;

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More About Saima Akram Chaudhry

She has written some very famous serial like Aadhi Gawahi, Mohabbat Ab Nahi Hogi, etc. She’s also the creator of the beloved Suno Chanda franchise.


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Currently, two of her Ramadan plays are airing on television. A rom-com Chupke Chupke and a social drama about life in lockdown Ishq Jalebi.

Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.

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