We finally got to see a happy Muslim family, breaking from the stereotype of angry, violent Muslim men and oppressed women.
The Geo TV show is set in Dhaka in 1971 and explores the turbulent time.
There were some good shows and characters who won our hearts but many left us shaking our heads with their regressive themes.
As a rule, Ramazan serials are popular but Chupke Chupke's success has transcended borders.
It tells the story of a manipulative false accuser, a victim driven to suicide and a man seeking redemption.
Drama tackles human trafficking, the impact of abuse on children and the burden of modesty falling on women.
2020 was an interesting year for the small screen, with people glued to dramas in lockdown. What will change this year?
Currently 13 dramas are using themes of infidelity/two sisters competing for the same man; viewers can watch two affairs a day.
Given a prime-time slot and billed as a comedy, the show touches on subject matters well beyond its purview.
Netflix's latest reality TV show opens up space for discussion and introspection while also being fodder for social media memes
Entertaining, relatable and authentic, this thriller hits all the right notes.
The missing scenes, the empty feeling in some episodes are witness to the lack of time and investment by its team
That said, director Farooq Rind has done a great job of keeping the audience intrigued
Unending continuity issues, missing scenes and repetitive dialogues slow down this otherwise well-plotted mystery.
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This was a not a serial about introspection, rather, a call for unity and inspiration for a better tomorrow
With a multi-layered storyline and intelligently developed characters, Team Alif deserves a standing ovation.
That said, the lack of fully fleshed out female characters is a missed opportunity for the ISPR production.