Get Ready! Fairy Tale Drama Has its Season 2 on it’s way

The season 2 for this drama might be available on screen on coming Eid.

Get Ready! Fairy Tale Has its Season 2 on it's way
Image by HUM TV

The Fairy Tale is still going on, so maybe there will be more happy endings for us to see. Writer Sarah Majeed has confirmed that the love drama Fairy Tale, which was made for Ramadan and starred Sehar Khan and Hamza Sohail, will be back for a second season. Fans were hoping for a second season 2 when the show ended with the words “To be continued…” on the day of Eid.

Majeed confirmed the news on Instagram on Wednesday, about two weeks after Eid. “‘More to come!'” It was officially announced by Hum TV on Eid Day, so yes, there is a second season of Fairy Tale,” she wrote.

After confirming it, the writer told fans to stop asking her so many questions and wait until the next season comes out. “Please stop asking the same question over and over again: Will there be a second season? Do you really want to write a second season? Season 2: Will Hamza Sehar be there? Will everyone play the same role? Will season 2 have the same story? Season 2: Please write it. We want more episodes. Why don’t you make a second season? she said.

However, she did provide a single answer. The only remaining uncertainty is when Season 2 will premiere. It’s still up in the air. Majeed ended by telling her audience to “stay connected” and expressing gratitude for their support of both her and the play during the previous month.
Ali Hassan helms.

Umeed, played by Khan, is a little girl from a middle-class family who desperately wants to become wealthy so that she may live like a princess. Sohail isn’t the only big name in this ensemble cast, though; Ali Safina, Saleem Sheikh, Adnan Raza Mir, Aena Khan, Salma Hasan, and others all make appearances in this love fairy tale drama.

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Written by Shaheer Ahmed


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