Sarkar Sahab

Sarkar Sahab (Urdu: سركار صاحب) is a TV serial based on the culture of cholistan desert and modern Dubai. The serial is directed by Kamran Qureshi & Iram Qureshi, written by Seema Ghazal and produced by Humayun Saeed & Abdullah Kadwani's production house 7th Sky Entertainment.

Sarkar Sahab
TV Serial Sarkar Sahab
Also known asEvicted Lord
Written bySeema Ghazal
Directed by
Theme music composerWaqar Ali
Opening theme"Dhola" by Maham[1]
Composer(s)Ali Johar
Country of originPakistan
Original language(s)Urdu
No. of episodes29
Production location(s)
CinematographyMirza Mehmood
Editor(s)Imran Wai Qureshi
Running time45 minutes
Production company(s)7th Sky Entertainment
Original networkARY TV
First shown inPakistan
Original release2007 (2007)
External links
7th Sky Entertainment

The serial was shot in Noor Mahal (Palace) and Darbar Mahal (Palace) of Bahawalpur, Derawar Fort, Chanan Peer shrine and Khanqah Sharif shrine showing the old cultural values and family traditions. The English title of the serial is Evicted Lord and it was broadcast on ARY TV. It is a story of a family that is divided through contradictions, expectations and traditions.[2]


Sarkar Sahab (Asif Raza Mir) is very positive and soft-spoken noble Lord living in a palace in cholistan with his wife Shahi (Deeba) and two sons, Habeel (Kashif Mehmood) and Balaaj (Imran Abbas). Sarkar Sahab's younger brother Lord Meer Alam (Nayyar Ejaz) and his wife Surayya (Fariha Akbar) have two daughters and don't have any son.

Qudsia, elder daughter of Meer Alam, is married to Habeel. Doctor tells her that she will not be able to become a mother. Now Shahi wants Habeel to do second marriage for child. Zena (Madiha Iftikhar), younger daughter of Mir Alam, is an energetic and lively girl. She loves Balaaj since her childhood. Balaaj is studying abroad and there he falls in love with another girl Salina (Zainab Qayyum).

Gul Ara (Nirma) was a professional dancer who was invited from Karachi to perform in a Sarkar's family event and her mother traps Sarkar Sahab in a situation that he has to marry Gul Ara. Shahi asks him to leave the palace and Habeel with the help of Meer Alam takes over all the business affairs.

Balaaj marries Salina in Dubai and here Shahi fixes his wedding date in Bahawalpur. He is called a day before wedding to give him surprise by showing an emergency over the phone that his mother is critically ill. On arrival Balaaj refuses to marry and informs Zena that he is already married. Zena begs him to do it as a paper marriage, just to show people and make the family happy.

Salena gets pregnant and gives birth to a baby boy. She phones Bhawalpur to let Balaj know this happy news when Gul Ara answers and helps her financially in the absence of Balaj and also helps to come to Bahawalpur. Meer Habeel and Balaaj malign Gul Ara and convince Sarkar Sahab by showing documents that she is doing fraud by slowly selling all the property to get her thrown out of home.

Shahi accepts Sarkar Sahab back in palace. Salina goes to palace and entire family gets shocked. Salina's son is accepted as heir. Shahi brings Gul Ara in palace to live together after proving her innocence by Sarkar's trustworthy staff member Saim Ali (Faiq Khan).[3][4]


Main cast

Supporting cast

  • Faiq Khan as Saim Ali
  • Parveen Akbar as Rani Bi
  • Raju Jamil as UAE Sheikh
  • Tanveer Sadiq as Waqar
  • Tabbasum Arif as Waqar's Wife
  • Saleem Miraj as Mitho
  • Gul as Salina's Friend
  • Amjad Shani as Mr. Junaid
  • Asifa Naureen as Jannat
  • Nain Shehzadi as Jewna
  • Kanwal Malik as Imamzadi
  • Majid Moon as Afzal Khan
  • Tahira Khan as Afzal's Wife
  • Raheela Malik as Doctor
  • Dr. Ajmal Malik as Police Officer
  • Nighat Sultana as Manu's Mother
  • Qamar Anjum as Sarkar's Driver


External video
A promotional video of Sarkar Sahab

There are four situational songs in this serial. Qawwali and music videos were recorded especially on original locations to keep the right atmosphere, showing mud houses in desert, Shrine, Cholistani dresses, camels, cows etc. Three songs were composed by Waqar Ali and lyricists was M Nasir & Ali Moin. Nirma has two performances in it and choreographed by Sonu Dangerous with his team.

Track listing
1."Jhangar"Fariha Pervez3:45
3."Chak Day (music inspired by Kailash Kher)"Arif Ali2:36
4."Pehli Bar Yun"Farhad Kahayat3:21

Awards and nominations

8th Lux Style Awards

  • Nominated – Best TV Serial (2009).
  • Nominated – Best TV Actor (2009) – Asif Raza Mir. And
  • Nominated – Best TV Director (2009) – Kamran Qureshi.


  1. "Opening theme music". Retrieved 21 June 2015.
  2. "7th Sky Entertainment". Wiki. Retrieved 21 June 2015.
  3. "Plot Outline". Sarkar Sahab Aka The Evicted Lord. Retrieved 21 June 2015.
  4. "Plot Summary". IMDb. Retrieved 21 June 2015.
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