COMPARISON: Did Iqra Aziz’s drama ‘Kasak’ steal Tanhai’s story-line? [VIDEO]

Kasak, featuring the likes of Iqra and Junaid as the lead roles, is about Faryal (Iqra) rejecting (Daniyal) Junaid Khan because she is interested in someone else.

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People are saying that Junaid Khan and Iqra Aziz’s latest drama ‘Kasak’ is a rip-off of an old drama serial ‘Tanhai’. Tanhai aired on HUM TV back in 2013, around seven years ago.

Plot of ‘Tanhai’

The drama starred big names, like Sohai Ali Abro, Gohar Mumtaz, Azfar Rehman, and Ayesha Omar as the main characters.

The story is about Faiz, who is played by Gohar, and his wife Arzoo, played by Ayesha. The two are married and have kids together. However, Arzoo wants to work, and Faiz doesn’t let her, so she leaves him for Mohsin (Azfar Rehman).

Faiz’s mother then gets him married to Jia (Sohai), who wanted to marry her cousin but ends up with Faiz. Jia later finds out that Faiz also has kids, which comes as a shock to her. From there the story unfolds.

The plot of ‘Kasak’

Kasak, featuring the likes of Iqra and Junaid as the lead roles, is about Faryal (Iqra) rejecting (Daniyal) Junaid Khan because she is interested in someone else.

However, Faryal is married to Daniyal, and the two are polar opposites. Then, Faryal finds out that Daniyal has a son, which shocks her. Then, from here, the story proceeds.

The similarity

People thought that the story of Faryal and Daniyal is very similar to what was shown between Jia and Faiz. The audience noticed that some of the dialogues were the same too.

If that is the case, then it is quite disappointing. Other dramas like ‘Mohabbat Tujhe Alvida’, have also been accused of being a copy of an old series of film. It seems like Pakistani directors and writers have run out of ideas, and are therefore keen on re-creating old storylines.

What the audience had to say:

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