The Pakistani entertainment industry has produced some of the most versatile actors in the world. When we see them perform on our screens, we instantly fall for their charms.
However, there are times when they fail to appease the viewers as they go either too overboard with their acting or with a below-average performance.
If you look at the current situation of the drama industry, you will observe that there are plenty of great dramas on the air. And what makes those dramas even more amazing is the performance of various actors who are giving their best to do justice with their on-screen personas.
Let’s see which actors were successful in winning the public’s hearts with their performance
Bilal Abbas in Pyaar Ke Sadqay
Bilal Abbas has yet again proved that he is a skilled actor. He surprised the viewers when he took on a negative role in Cheekh and by playing the exact opposite character in Pyaar Ke Sadqay, he has undoubtedly become a fan favorite.
His portrayal of Abdullah in the drama has garnered praises from all over the country and people are in love with him. Though some of Abdullah’s decisions are contradicting his beliefs, Bilal Abbas’s acting remains top-notch.
Yumna Zaidi in Pyaar Ke Sadqay
Abdullah wouldn’t be as entertaining if it weren’t for Mahjabeen’s quirkiness. She is a whole mood and thanks to Yumna Zaidi, we have found another gem of a character.
Yumna Zaidi portrayed her character extremely well. She effortlessly carries the viewers through the ups and downs of Mahjabeen’s life and entertains them with her innocence and cuteness.
Tooba Siddiqui in Dushman-e-Jaan
Tooba Siddiqui doesn’t appear much on television. Even her role in Dushman-e-Jaan made an early exit and but it left a lasting impact on the viewers.
She played the character of Ramsha who is a strong-willed, independent woman with a warm heart. Although her character met with a tragic end, she made sure to give it her best so that the audience will remember her for a long time.
Mohib Mirza in Dushman-e-Jaan
Tooba’s demise was a result of Hatim’s insecurities. He was insensitive, arrogant, and took pride in his actions without thinking much about the consequences. However, he changes completely when his insecurity kills Ramsha.
Mohib Mirza brilliantly essayed his character and has once again shown his range as an actor. Haunted by his guilt and remorse, Hatim constantly goes back and forth between reality and hallucinations and his madness makes viewers see things from his perspective.
Mawra Hocane in Sabaat
Mawra Hocane’s character in Sabaat is quite different from her previous dramas. Anaya is sensible, intelligent but more than that she has an adventurous and romantic side as well. She is not only a well-written character but Mawra has portrayed her with perfection as well. So far, her performance has been convincing and realistic.
Hania Aamir in Dil Ruba
We all know that Hania Aamir’s character in Dil Ruba is undesirable. She is selfish, manipulative, and careless. She does not feel the guilt of ruining people’s lives. However, Hania Aamir conveyed it so well that the viewers hated Sanam from the very first episode. Undoubtedly, this was one of her best performances in Pakistani dramas.
Nausheen Shah in Bikhray Moti
Nausheen Shah plays the role of Faiza, a woman who was a victim of domestic abuse, yet she gave the best to her children despite being raised in the most unfavorable circumstances. Her character was short-lived but the viewers connected with her. She will be remembered for a long time.
Neelam Muneer in Bikhray Moti
Neelam Muneer always does justice to the characters she plays. And was she successful in convincing the audience this time as well? The answer is 100 percent YES!
Ayza is the kind of character we don’t get to see often on our television screens and she does everything with utmost confidence. Yet there is a sensitive and caring side of her, which gives her depth and emotion. Neelam Muneer completely owns the role and brings a positive impact to the plot of the show.
Junaid Khan in Kashf
Junaid Khan’s character in Kashf gives us an image of a man who is responsible and committed and who loves Kashf unconditionally. After such a long time, a Pakistani drama gave us something other than toxic masculinity and we are glad that Junaid Khan is a master behind this well-developed character.
Hira Mani in Kashf
Kashf, played by Hira Mani, is also a very well written character. She is an obedient daughter and would do anything to please her parents. But she has her own inner conflicts which make her feel helpless. There are many shades of this young lady and Hira Mani truly nailed her performance in this drama.