In recent years, Pakistani shows have become incredibly popular in India. These series’ captivating plots and surprising plot twists have made the Indian public like them. Of all the work, Sajal Ali has shined bright with stellar performances and immaculate screen presence.
If you are a die-hard fan of Pakistani television, you shouldn’t miss the six dramas with Sajal Aly that we have included in this article.
In this Pakistani drama, penned by Samra Bukhari and directed by Sakina Samo, Sajal Aly plays a little child who suffers abuse at her mother’s house. But even after a number of depressing days, she can’t shake the desire to marry in a fantasy wedding. In Gohar-e-Nayab, Sajal Aly and Ahsan Khan collaborated for the third time. This drama only has 22 episodes, so you can simply binge-watch it without spending too much time.
Aangan is a well-known version of the critically acclaimed novel of the same name, known for its captivating plot and gifted cast of performers. Critics have praised this TV show a great deal, praising its amazing performances as well as its gorgeous cinematography. Jameel is portrayed by Ahad Raza Mir, and Chammi is portrayed by Sajal Aly. Now for the plot: British India is the setting for Aangan’s story. In contrast to other Pakistani dramas, Mawra Hocane’s character Aaliya, an aspirational young woman, tells the story of Aangan.
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The main cast of the show, which stars Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir, will take you on an emotional roller coaster. As the narrative progresses, Farooq Zaman treats Aina (Sajal Aly), her only daughter, like a princess. After falling in love with Aman (Ahad Raza Mir), the latter marries him. But as Aina learns that Aman is suffering from childhood trauma due to her father Farooq Zaman killing his family, things take a new turn. Aina wants to establish her father’s innocence, but Aman intends to exact revenge for the loss in any case.
Aly portrays the lead role in the film, while Imran Abbas plays Khizar Hayat. The story of Noor and Khizar, who fall in love with one another, is told in this romantic drama. From the first moment of their encounter, their lives are drastically altered, which eventually has grave repercussions. For those who don’t know, Imran Abbas also starred opposite Bisha Basu in a Bollywood movie called Creature 3D.
O Rangreza is the result of Saji Gul’s creative genius, and Kashif Nisar directs the film. The story revolves around Sajal Aly’s character Sassi, who tries to be just like her father Khayyam in every way. However, after a certain incident, Sassi’s feelings for him become pure hatred, completely changing their relationship. It also stars Sonia Mishal, Noman Ijaz, and Bilal Abbas Khan
Kuch Ankahi honors Haseena Moin, a well-known television writer from Pakistan. Women from a variety of backgrounds are portrayed in this drama, including a middle-class woman, a successful entrepreneur, and a suffering maid. Kuch Ankahi explores the goals and aspirations of three sisters, to be more precise. In it, Bilal Abbas Khan plays Salman and Sajal Aly plays Aaliya Agha. Along with Qudsia Ali and Mira Sethi in key parts, Kuch Ankahi also features a few cameos.
Alif is the story of Momin and Momina, whose paths would cross at a pivotal moment for Momina to preserve her family’s way of life and Momina to recover his roots.