Hadiqa Kiani, whose recent drama starred Omair Rana, is appreciative of the support she received for its conclusion Friday night. The performer reflected on the wonderful time she had with her Pinjra “family” by posting behind-the-scenes photos from the shoot.
Hadiqa Kiani shared photos of herself and the rest of her cast on Instagram, including Rana, Aashir Wajahat, Sunita Marshall, and Aina Asif, the cast of Pinjra. She used a crimson heart to emphasize the words, “Our wonderful family.”
People have loved the drama serial Pinjra because of the stunning skills of Hadiqa Kiani.
What a power pack drama Pinjra was! Unlocking the cage of fear, ego, mistrust, judgement, hate, control, negativity, hopelessness. Applauses to the entire team for showcasing a positive message in the last episode! Thank you we need more dramas like this.@shaziawajahat #pinjra pic.twitter.com/mpwywOGZr0
— jiaasim (@AsimNajia) April 7, 2023
She went on to thank everyone who had helped with the endeavor. I am honored to take part in this momentous occasion. The fantastic late writer Asma Nabeel, the excellent Shazia Wajahat, and our magnificent director Najaf Bilgrami; the actors; the crew; these remarkable youngsters; the plot; and so much more. My heart is full of appreciation. “Thank you to everyone who related to the drama,” she said in the post’s caption.
Nabeel’s legacy lives on in Pinjra, a film he was only able to partially script due to his death from cancer. The group then took over, finished the project, and made it public. The plot centered on Khadija’s (Kiani) family who overlooked their kids’ interest in arts and failed at communicating and comprehending them. Fundamentally, it showed how society instills mistrust between parents and their children and how children are subjected to bias and discrimination as they develop.
Kiani’s most recent screen appearance was as a co-star opposite Bilal Abbas Khan in the critically praised drama Dobara. Dobara, directed by Danish Nawaz, brought attention to the problem of child marriage and made an effort to dispel prejudice against second marriages for widows.