MD Productions

MD Productions is a Pakistani television and film production company based in Karachi, Pakistan. It is founded by Momina Duraid and Duraid Qureshi, son of Sultana Siddiqui.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

MD Productions
Public company
FounderMomina Duraid
Area served
Key people
Momina Duraid (MD)
Duraid Qureshi (Joint MD)
ProductsTelevision series
Movie production
ParentHum Network Limited


The Production House is known for producing notable television serials such as Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Pani Jaisa Piyar and Sadqay Tumhare. Its most successful television serial Humsafar is believed to have changed the Pakistani drama industry.[8] MD Productions produced its first film in 2015 Bin Roye which received positive reviews internationally.[9][10] Some of their most successful recent work include Suno Chanda, Dar Si Jaati Hai Sila, O Rangreza, Yakeen Ka Safar, Diyar e Dil, Hum Thehrey Gunehgaar, Bisaat e Dil, Sanwari, and Jaal.[11][12] The Productions house also introduces many renowned faces of Pakistani television industry including Mahira Khan, Fawad Khan, Iqra Aziz, Zara Noor Abbas, Sarah Khan, Danish Taimoor, Ayeza Khan, Aiman Khan.

Current productions

Title Genre First aired Last aired Cast Ref(s)
Anaa Drama 2019 Present Hania Aamir, Shehzad Sheikh, Naimal Khawar [13]
Jaal Drama 2019 Present Sumbul Iqbal, Imran Ashraf, Ali Kazmi [11]
Choti Choti Batain Anthology 2019 Present Various [14]
Inkaar Drama 2019 Present Yumna Zaidi, Sami Khan, Imran Ashraf [15]
Khaas Drama 2019 Present Sanam Baloch, Ali Rehman Khan [16]
Deewar-e-Shab Drama 2019 Present Nausheen Shah, Sarah Khan, Shahroz Sabzwari, Zara Noor Abbas, Shehzad Sheikh
Ishq Zahe Naseeb Drama 2019 Present Zahid Ahmed, Sonya Hussain, Sami Khan, Zarnish Khan [17]
Main Na Janoo Drama 2019 Present Zahid Ahmed, Sanam Jung, Affan Waheed, Komal Aziz Khan [18]
Malaal-e-Yaar Drama 2019 Present Azekah Daniel, Zain Baig, Zainab Shabbir
Naqab Zan Drama 2019 Present Saboor Aly, Ali Abbas, Hajra Yamin [19]
Resham Gali Ki Husna Sitcom 2019 Present Komal Sajid, Kashif Mehmood, Fareeha Jabeen [20]
Jo Tu Chahe Drama 2019 Present [21]

Former productions



Year Title Genre Language Episodes
2009 Saiqa Soap Urdu 56
2010 Parsa Drama Urdu 23
2011 Khatti Meethi Zindagi Sitcom Urdu 26
2011 Maat Drama Urdu 25
2011 Ahmed Habib Ki Betiyan Soap Urdu 89
2011 Humsafar Drama Urdu 23
2012 Mar Jain Bhi To Kya Soap Urdu 69
2012 Shehr-e-Zaat Drama Urdu 19
2012 Nikhar Gaye Gulab Sare Soap Urdu 73
2012-2013 Zindagi Gulzar Hai Drama Urdu 26
2014 Hum Tehray Gunahgaar Soap Urdu 60
2014 Kissey Apna Kahein Soap Urdu 44
2014 Zid Drama Urdu 19
2014–2015 Susraal Mera Soap Urdu 91
2015 Alvida Drama Urdu 20
2015 Dil Ka Kia Rung Karun Drama Urdu 19
2015 Mere Khuda Soap Urdu 48
2015 Sadqay Tumhare Drama Urdu
2015 Mera Dard Na Janay Koi Soap Urdu 74
2015 Muqaddas Drama Urdu 36
2015 Diyar-e-Dil Drama Urdu 33
2015 Mol Drama Urdu 20
2015 Kitna Satatay Ho Drama Urdu 25
2015 Tum Mere Paas Raho Drama Urdu 20
2015 Mohabbat Aag Si Drama Urdu 38
2015 Aik Thi Misaal Drama Urdu 36
2015 Preet Na Kariyo Koi Drama Urdu 19
2015 Gul-e-Rana Drama Urdu 21
2015 Maana Ka Gharana Drama Urdu 18
2015 Sehra Main Safar Drama Urdu
2016 Lagaao Drama Urdu
2015 Abro Drama Urdu
2016 Udaari Drama Urdu, Punjabi
2016 Ishq-e-Benaam Soap Urdu 102
2016 Zindagi Tujh Ko Jiya Soap Urdu 60
2016 Haya Ke Daaman Main Soap Urdu
2016 Mann Mayal Drama Urdu
2016 Khwab Saraye Drama Urdu
2016 Jhoot Drama Urdu
2016 Dharkan Drama Urdu
2016 Kathputli Drama Urdu
2016 Laaj Drama Urdu
2016 Bin Roye Drama Urdu
2016 Sanam Drama Urdu
2016 Saya-e-Dewar Bhi Nahi Drama Urdu
2016 Sila Drama Urdu
2016 Sang-e-Mar Mar Drama Urdu
2016 Dil Banjaara Drama Urdu
2016 Choti Si Zindagi Drama Urdu
2016 Kuch Na Kaho Drama Urdu
2016 Natak Drama Urdu
2017 Sammi Drama Urdu
2017 Dil-e-Jaanam Drama Urdu
2017 Phir Wohi Mohabbat Drama Urdu
2017 Yeh Raha Dil Drama Urdu
2017 Yakeen Ka Safar Drama Urdu
2017 Jithani Soap Urdu
2017 Sangsar Soap Urdu
2017 Pagli Drama Urdu
2017 Mohabbat Mushkil Hai Soap Urdu
2017 Mohabbat Khawab Safar Drama Urdu
2017 Woh Aik Pal Drama Urdu
2017 Adhi Gawahi Drama Urdu
2017 Gumrah Drama Urdu 35
2017 Yaqeen Ka Safar Drama Urdu
2017-18 Dar Si Jati Hai Sila Drama Urdu
2017–2018 Daldal Drama Urdu
2017–2018 Alif Allah Aur Insaan Drama Urdu 43
2017–2018 Khamoshi Drama Urdu 35
2018 Mah-e-Tamaam Drama Urdu
2018 Tabeer Drama Urdu 26
2018 De Ijazat Drama Urdu
2018 Zun Mureed Drama Urdu
2018 Suno Chanda Sitcom Urdu 30
2018 Ishq Tamasha Drama Urdu 28
2018 Main Haar Nahi Manoun Gi Drama Urdu
2018 Kaisi Aurat Hoon Main Drama Urdu
2018 Main Khayal Hoon Kisi Aur Ka Drama Urdu 23
2018–2019 Aik Larki Aam Si Soap Urdu
2018–2019 Lamhay Drama Urdu, English 22
2018–2019 Tawaan Drama Urdu 30
2018–2019 Bisaat e Dil Drama Urdu 36
2018-2019 Aatish Drama Urdu 30
2018-2019 Tajdeed e Wafa Drama Urdu 32
2018-2019 Aangan Drama Urdu 30
2018-2019 Ranjha Ranjha Kardi Drama Urdu 28
2018-2019 Sanwari Soap Urdu 119[23]
2019 Mere Humdam Drama Urdu 33
2019 Suno Chanda 2 Sitcom Urdu, Punjabi, Pashto 30
2019 Log Kia Kahengay Soap Urdu 115
2019 Bharam Drama Urdu 33
2019 Meer Abru Drama Urdu 28


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