Sinf-e-Aahan is one of the most pragmatic dramas bring run on air these days, and one of the major reasons for its success is that it highlights issues like women empowerment, and that women do not necessarily have to stay home and that they can go out and make all of their dreams come true. Sinf-e-ahan is the embodiment of this fact. But unfortunately, like all good things must come to an end – this drama will too. After the Eid, the last episode of Sinf-e-Aahan will be shown on the cinemas all over Pakistan.
To see Pakistan evolving and making changes to adapt to the world – in terms of women empowerment, and making changes to give women the opportunities that they need to show to the world their true passion and dedication is something that everyone loves.
The story of Sinf-e-ahan is simple. It shows the stories of seven different girls from different backgrounds who all come together under the banner of learning and training for the Army. Some of them have their differences but at the same time they all are under the training, and all stand with each other.
The drama shows that while women can have their differences, when it comes to their work – they all come together because they are dedicated and have a passion for the things that they do. The drama highlights how in a common household family can at times try to hold their daughter down because they are scared of and fall under the misguide of how the society will see them.
Sinf-e-ahan breaks these barriers, and shows to the world, and Pakistan that this is not how it should be and that people are and should try to make sure to support their daughters at all costs. Women are the future of Pakistan, and they are just as dedicated and hardworking as any other person out there. They bring life to a family, and ensure that the next generations are groomed properly.
Sinf-e-ahan has been a treat to watch, and we are very sad that it is not coming to and end. We had hopped that it would continue for a very long time but that was just wishful thinking on our part, and cannot be attained.
In the end, all we can do is hope that people learn from the lessons taught in Sinf-e-ahan, and that we see our women making all of their dreams come true.