Jaal (TV series)

Jaal (transl. Trap) is a Pakistani Urdu-language drama television series, co-produced by Momina Duraid and Moomal Shunaid under their banner MD Productions and Moomal Entertainment. The series airs weekly on Hum TV every friday replacing Band Khirkiyan. It stars Sumbul Iqbal, Imran Ashraf and Ali Kazmi.[1][2][3][4]

Jaal
Written bySeema Munaf
Directed byMohsin Talat
StarringSumbul Iqbal
Imran Ashraf
Ali Kazmi
Sukaina Khan
Opening theme"Kaisa Hai Mera Naseeb Khudaya" by Amanat Ali
Ending theme"Kinnu Dard Sunawan Mein Mar Mar Jawan" by Amanat Ali
Country of originPakistan
Original language(s)Urdu
No. of episodes29
Production
Producer(s)Momina Duraid
Moomal Shunaid
Camera setupMulti-camera setup
Production company(s)MD Productions
Moomal Entertainment
DistributorHum Network Limited
Release
Original networkHum TV
Picture formatPAL (576i)
HDTV 1080i
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original release1 March 2019 (2019-03-01) 
present
External links
Website

Plot

The story proceeds focusing on Esha (Sumbul Iqbal) as a successful working woman married to her co-worker Arsal (Ali Kazmi) who happens to be her subordinate and insecure of her escalating career relative to his dampening profile both in the office and the family. Esha's sister, Zonia (Sukaina Khan), turn the tables when she embarks on an illicit relationship with Arsal eventually ending up getting herself married to him leaving Esha at verge of a heart-wrenching divorce as both families hit a low and when all the blood relations turn cold, Esha's mother (Ismat Zaidi), makes a will to her before passing on to get married to Arsal's younger brother Zaid (Imran Ashraf) who secretly loves her.

Cast

Reception

Jaal is one of the most popular dramas of Hum TV. Each of its episode has more than or near 1 million views. The first episode has over 2.1 million views.

References

  1. Monitor, Daily Times (2019-03-01). "'Jaal' revolves around the relationship between a man and his daughter". Daily Times. Retrieved 2019-03-11.
  2. "Drama review: Jaal raises questions about archaic family values". Something Haute. 2019-03-02. Retrieved 2019-03-11.
  3. Owais, Roha (2019-02-21). "HUM TV's drama serial Jaal's teasers are out". HIP. Retrieved 2019-03-11.
  4. NewsBytes. "Imran Ashraf and Yumna Zaidi come together for Inkaar". The News International. Retrieved 2019-03-11.
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