Khuda Aur Muhabbat

Khuda Aur Muhabbat (Urdu: خدا اور محبتEnglish: God and Love) is a 2011 Pakistani drama serial that aired on Geo TV. It is based upon novel of the same name written by Hashim Nadeem [1] and directed by Anjum Shehzad. Imran Abbas Naqvi and Sadia Khan are featured as the lead role while Faisal Fazila Qazi, Ahmed Jahanzeb, and Firdous Jamal portray supporting roles. The lyrics of serial's title song 'Karun Sajda Aik Khuda Ko' were penned by producer Javeria Saud [2]

Khuda Aur Muhabbat
GenreRomance
Written byHashim Nadeem
Directed byAnjum Shahzad (Season 1)
Syed Ali Raza Usama (Season 2)
StarringImran Abbas
Sadia Khan
Kubra Khan
Composer(s)Imran Abbas
Country of originPakistan
Original language(s)Urdu
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes37
Production
Producer(s)Javeria Saud Babar Javed
Production location(s)Bahawalpur & Lahore, Pakistan
Houston and Washington D.C., United States
Running time40 minutes
Release
Original networkGeo Entertainment
Original release17 February 2011 (2011-02-17) 
1 April 2017 (2017-04-01)

Synopsis

Khuda Aur Muhabbat is a classic love story of two star-struck lovers as they struggle to fight for their love. Hammad belongs to an elite family and has recently completed her Bachelor's in Commerce. Hammad's strange encounter with Imaan, the daughter of Moulvi Aleemuddin, brings an immense change in his life. Hammad's love at first sight with Imaan forces him to leave his family and his lavish lifestyle as he struggles to be accepted by Imaan's family. After leaving his house, Hammad takes a job at a porter which requires hard labour. In the quest to be suitable for Imaan, Hammad finds spirituality and the true meaning of religion along the way. Despite of Hammad's efforts, Moulvi Aleem refuses to understand the idea of love marriage and is unable to forgive Hammad for being in love with Imaan. Due to family pressure, Imaan is forced to marry her cousin Abdullah and begs Hammad to return to his own family. Hammad unable to subside his affection for Imaan is adamant on marrying her. Under nerve-wrecking circumstances and constant tribulations, Imaan falls ill and Hammad is left to fight alone for their love.

Will destiny bring Imaan and Hammad together? [3]

Cast

Soundtrack

The original soundtrack of "Khuda Aur Muhabbat" is composed and sung by Ahmed Jahanzeb and Afshan Fawad while the lyrics are penned down by the producer Javeria Saud. The song is available on Patari.

References

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