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Ayeza Khan’s drama series Chupke Chupke is again in demand as people ask for sequel

Ayeza Khan has always brought perfection in her performance, whatever character she performs it would definitely become the most hit one. Be it her character in Meray Pass Tum Ho, Chupke Chupke, or Chaudary And Sons it feels like it was written just for her. We wonder how she manages to bring that much expressions.

Chupke Chupke, a romantic comedy-drama gathered immense appreciation and it goes without saying that Meenu (Ayeza Khan) took all the limelight with her most amusing and wonderful acting. Her on-screen pairing with Osman Khalid’s butt got huge applause. Well, it’s confirmed that fans of Chupke Chupke really want more. They want Meenu back on their screens. All Meenu fans are like “Yeh Dil Mange More”.

Well, the situation is, recently Saima Akram Chaudary, the writer of comedy-drama series Chupke Chupke has got vocal about making the sequel of said drama. After having repeated questions concerning the sequel making of Chupke Chupke, age has broken the silence and has told fans that producers are literally not interested in producing the sequel of Chupke Chupke. So here’s the bad news for all Ayeza Khan fans that season 2 is not coming and it’s now confirmed. Fans were eager to know about it and now Saima has let the cat come out of the bag and has made this shocking revelation.

It’s literally shocking to know that these producers don’t care about the public demand. Even though season 1 has got immense success then there are no two opinions concerning its second season’s success. Here’s Saima Akram Chaudary’s reply to a fan. Check it out.

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Kinza Javed
Kinza Javed
Hello Kinza Javed! I love writing and have a master's degree in Mass Communication. I write news and also enjoy writing stories in my free time.


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