We Asked You Your Most Favorite Dialogues From Pakistani Dramas, Here Are Your Answers

By Iman Zia | 28 Jun, 2018

Pakistani dramas have the most beautiful dialogues, with our beautiful Urdu sweeping up all darkness inside you with its crispness. The language is ripe in heartache and explains the human heart quite like any other. A little while ago, we asked our ShowSha followers what their favorite dialogue was from a Pakistani drama, and we got a wonderful response. We counted up all the replies, and condensed the most popular dialogues mentioned, from newer dramas like ‘Yakeen Ka Safar,’ and ‘Suno Chanda’ to more iconic ones like ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’ and ‘Shehr-E-Zaat.’

 

The dialogues have been ranked from least voted to most voted, and at number 17 lies a beautiful dialogue from ‘Dastaan,’ as Bano vowed that she would meet Hassan one day…

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*Drum roll please*

Source: Sesame Workshop

 

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The most popular dialogue from a Pakistani drama was from ‘Yakeen Ka Safar,’ when Dr. Asfandyar dropped Zubia home and said the following string of words…

 

Thank you to everyone who answered!

 

What’s your all-time favorite dialogue from a Pakistani drama?

 

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