The well-known actress Mahira Khan recently went to the social media platforms Twitter and Instagram in order to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the long-running drama series Humsafar, which is revered and revered for its legendary status. She thanked her devoted following for their undying love and support in a message filled with emotion, and she assured them that the anticipation they have been feeling for her future project, Neelofar, would be well worth it.
The post that Mahira Khan wrote, which perfectly encapsulated the spirit of the occasion, stated, “12 years of all of you honouring us…Your love is experienced, seen, and perceived by everyone. I know I keep repeating myself, but…I just really hope that when Neelofar is finally released, it will be worth every single second of the wait and every single ounce of effort that we have put in. Allah willing. Ameen.” She then gave Fawad Khan an exclusive first look at her future endeavour, which had been eagerly anticipated by everyone.
12 years of all of you celebrating us… your love is felt and seen and heard. I know I keep saying soon… I just hope when Neelofar comes out.. it’s worth every second of the wait and every ounce of our hard work. InshAllah. Ameen. #12YearsOfHumsafar pic.twitter.com/hnKc114ImT
— Mahira Khan (@TheMahiraKhan) September 24, 2023
The fact that Humsafar is still airing seven years after it first premiered is a tribute to the evergreen appeal of Pakistani television. The drama, which was based on the book of the same name written by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Sarmad Sultan Khoosat, had an ensemble cast with Fawad, Mahira Khan, and Naveen Waqar in the leading parts, among others. Talented performers like as Atiqa Odho, Hina Khawaja Bayat, Behroze Sabzwari, and Noor Hassan Rizvi were cast in supporting parts in the production.
The public responded well to the drama series, helping it to become one of the most popular programmes shown on Pakistani television. Not just in Pakistan but also globally, the film Humsafar received a great deal of praise for the moving way in which it told a heartbreaking love tale. Mahira Khan message is a sad reminder of the significant influence that the programme had on viewers and the ongoing link that exists between the cast of the show and its fans as they celebrate the achievement of Humsafar reaching the milestone of 12 years since its premiere.
The indelible Original Soundtrack (OST) that was included in Humsafar was an essential component that contributed to the film’s lasting appeal. The viewers’ hearts were caught by the show’s theme song, Woh Humsafar Tha, which was created by the brilliant Waqar Ali and performed by the soulful Qurat-ul-Ain Balouch. Since then, the song has become a treasured source of nostalgia and is still often played today.
The fact that this tune was inspired by poetry, on the other hand, makes it all the more amazing. The great poet Naseer Turabi is responsible for writing the words of the song Woh Humsafar Tha. The poignant lines that he had originally penned to convey his sadness after the fall of Dhaka were given a new lease of life when they were used in the setting of the play. This tuneful piece fulfilled a dual role, first as the song that played before the opening credits and then as the background music that was played during each episode of the drama.
Fans are excitedly looking forward to Neelofar, which promises to be yet another mesmerising excursion into the realm of Pakistani drama. The anticipation among fans is obvious, and they impatiently anticipate this next adventure. However, without a shred of doubt, as time passes, Humsafar continues to be a treasured part of the history of Pakistani television, and Mahira’s sincere statement confirms the profound gratitude she bears for the love and devotion shown towards her and the programme by fans located all over the globe.