ISPR’s and ARY digital mega-project Sinf-e-Aahan is airing on Ary Digital these days. And last night the second episode of this drama was successfully released. The play features Lady Army Officers/Cadets. The story of this play is written by well-known author Umairah Ahmed. The show is a project of ISPR based on female Army cadets who are trying to join the army through short courses and achieve their goals.
The stellar cast of this play includes Sajal Aly, Ramsha Khan, Syra Yousaf, Kubra Khan, Yumna Zaidi, Ali Rehman Khan, Asim Azhar, Merub Ali, Asad Siddiqui, Shehryar Munawar Siddiqui, Dananeer Mobeen (Pawri Girl), and Usman Mukhtar. In this play, it is being promoted that in Pakistan girls along with boys are very much eager to join the army. And best of all, every girl’s story has a different family background.
Let us tell you one thing here that people in Pakistan follow the ISPR project with great interest because it conveys the message of learning something new. Before the drama aired on TV, a telefilm starring Mahira Khan was also shown on ARY Digital by ISPR which was well received by the audience. After seeing such stories, people were saying that thankfully some new stories are being brought in Pakistan “out of mother & daughter-in-law’s quarrels” which are based on reality.
So far, two episodes of the drama serial Sinf-e-Aahan have been aired on TV. And people watch and enjoy the play with their whole family and then discuss it on social media after the play is over. Here we will tell you another interesting thing that so far 2 episodes of this drama have gained millions of views after being uploaded on YouTube. So with that in mind, in today’s article, we will read some messages from people about this drama on social media.
One fan wrote in her Twitter message that this rat scene was awesome.
Commenting on social media, Fatima wrote that despite being against the people of the tribe, it is good to see that Pariwesh’s father is supporting her.
One fan wrote with great praise that they are born to be heroes, they don’t have to be heroes.
Another fan wrote, “May I praise Sarah Yousaf?”
Be sure to let us know in the comments section below those who are following this play (Sinf-e-Aahan) with great interest. And don’t forget to mention which of your actresses is the most favorite to appear in this play. So we look forward to reading your interesting comments. Thanks!