Yunhi, Sar-e-rah and Kuch Ankahi are the best dramas on TV in 2023. They are ushering in a new era of shows that are good for the soul. Changing the story is the first step in resetting the drama.
Yunhi first episode just handed out vintage love feels! It was a soothing story like you just picked up a classic novel and read chapter one. Thank you to the drama makers for teleporting us into another world. The OST by Shae Gill and Sami Khan is just love! People are already in love with this drama serial and have tweeted their utmost favorite scenes. Not just the story but the storyline is amazing.
Kuch Ankahi, on the other hand starring Sajal Aly and Bilal Abbas Khan, is a welcome change of pace from the many serials that exploit the public’s fascination with the bizarre for financial gain. It’s easy to relate to the characters and their struggles in Kuch Ankhai, and the story isn’t boring or preachy. This drama finally challenges gender norms, encourages gender parity, and does not portray daughters as a liability. This drama appears to have the makings of both a commercial and critical success at this point.
About Sar-e-rah, a large number of contemporary television viewers crave content that portrays an honest portrayal of the never-ending societal dilemmas we face. This drama does this job so well. Besides the story, the audience and critics in this drama are also have strong performances from the main actors. Saba Qamar made her debut as Rania in the premiere of “The Secret of the Journey” on the road. After Rania makes the decision to become a taxi driver like her father, the dynamic of the show shifts dramatically. Rania is caring for her sick father.
#Yunhi Vintage love feels! What a soothing drama. I feel like I just picked up a classic novel and read chapter one 😍
Thank you @EhteshamuddinM for teleporting us into another world. The OST is love! #MayaAli #BilalAshraf#DramaAlert #Watchlist #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/bYM0EH2he8
— shazia saqib habib (@Shaz004) February 5, 2023
Loved #Yunhi's first ep. A sweet, sensitive story that has the essence of #Pakistanidramas. It isn't OTT, the mother-in-law isn't a monster & there's a deeper backstory you want to figure out in each scene. Can't wait for more. @IamBilalAshraf @mayaali07 & hey there's @DPerwani pic.twitter.com/AsmHOr4kW3
— Mahwash Ajaz 🇵🇰 (@mahwashajaz_) February 5, 2023
— Imagination (@imaginationofMA) February 5, 2023
— 𝗣𝗿𝗶 𝗖𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 🌻 (@Pri_Creation) February 7, 2023
In this first episode of Yunhi, we were introduced to the characters, the setting, and the tragedy that has been haunting the family for so long. In addition, we were given background information on each individual character. Fans are already loving it.
— sohigh. (@_so_high__) February 5, 2023
Very subtly, the drama also brought to light sexism, power dynamics within the home, the ripple effect of one person’s decisions on their relatives, the dangers of letting one’s head get ahead of one’s heart, the dangers of forgetting one’s roots in pursuit of success, and the dangers of judging others by their appearance alone.
Now talking about, Kuch Ankahi’s beauty lies in its attention to detail, excellent writing, and outstanding performances. After three episodes, Kuch Ankahi has already tackled a wide range of topics, debunked numerous stereotypes, and recast traditional gender roles. It’s imperative that you watch this drama right now.
Kuch Ankahi, starring Sajal Aly and Bilal Abbas Khan, is a welcome change of pace from the many serials that exploit the public’s fascination with the bizarre for financial gain. It’s easy to relate to the characters and their struggles in Kuch Ankhai, and the story isn’t boring or preachy. This drama finally challenges gender norms, encourages gender parity, and does not portray daughters as a liability. This drama appears to have the makings of both a commercial and critical success at this point.
The sisters in Kuch Ankahi may not be as interesting as the ones in Hum Tum, but at least they love each other and don’t have any sibling rivalry. The writer Mohammad Ahmed did a good job making sure none of the characters were poisonous and made the subtleties to give the dynamics a fresh spin.
I’m so glad they added this for context.. finally shows the mum having some depth. I do understand her fears and i’m glad she communicated them, especially with how koyi rishta nahi araha tha but i still think what she is doing is wrong. 🥺🥺🥺 #KuchAnkahi pic.twitter.com/eUKXqA9reh
— AsfiYa (@AsfiYaHum) February 8, 2023
— • (@sajbaeby) January 30, 2023
Then breaking all the set fake stereotypes set by our society. The charming attitude of Bilal Abbas is all what further flourishes this drama.
It’s refreshing to see no bulging eyeballs, flared nostrils or bruised male ego when Aaliya refuses to be friends with Salman. Such big messages are wrapped in simple conversations. Sheer class!!@bilalabbas_khan is effortlessly charming 💓 #kuchankahi pic.twitter.com/UQiUQmiPSg
— ✨Mishhhh✨ (@chaoticmemoires) February 5, 2023
kuch ankahi keeps on getting better, first showed men doing chores, now them knowing how to sew button?? like damn yess, these are basic life skills, and has nothing to w gender.#kuchankahi pic.twitter.com/4vowCbv2VD
— mashel. (@mash1ting) February 4, 2023
Women have been and can be empowered through this drama.
— mashel. (@mash1ting) February 4, 2023
This drama shows a complete family picture where everyone is loving each other.
Can we talk about the realistic family bonding in the drama? Mother-daughter, father-daughter, husband-wife, and (most surprisingly) phupho-bhateeji. Somehow there's a sort of comfort while watching all these bonds cuz they're just so relatable 🥰 #KuchAnkahi pic.twitter.com/C1n6GOSaxV
— ✨️❤️🔥 (@kaafikhoobsurat) February 4, 2023
Sar-e-rah where Saba Qamar, a young, attractive, and intelligent woman, was a breath of fresh air behind the wheel of her father’s taxi on the hectic streets of Karachi. Some of the images feature landmarks like Freer Hall and St. Patrick’s Church.
Even the most bitter among us were moved to tears by Rania’s first passenger and his three life lessons, and her reaction to her ex-demand fiancé’s for repayment of his loan was, well, as real as it gets.
It’s encouraging to see that the dramatists are staying true to the script and manifesting it in ways that add miles to the story, and the images of Karachi certainly did that. Sar-e-rah just did great in making people realise what makes a women stronger. From patchworking Rania’s journey with a range of passenger types, the story manifested the good, the bad and the ugly in our society.
— Dr.Jawwad Atique (@jawwadatique) February 5, 2023
Watched this scene yesterday and since then I have fallen in love with this drama. Finally after a long time, something unique has come on T.V
Drama Serial: Sar-e-Rah pic.twitter.com/CApAlpDmBy
— Talha Ali (@TalhaAli781) February 6, 2023
Saba Qamar returned to the small screen as a taxi driver in the drama serial Sar-e-Rah and once again shatter stereotypes. Not only fans but fellow artists' are also appreciating Saba's performance. #DialoguePakistan #SabaQamar #taxidriver #Artists #drama #actress #proud pic.twitter.com/nfyLra1qmz
— Dialogue Pakistan (@DialoguePak) February 8, 2023
This drama is indeed all set to break the sterotypes that only man are the ones that can earn in any kind of worse situation.
Such an amazing episode of Sar e rah 🙌❤️
So happy to see that finally our Television industry is coming back to their thought provoking. @s_qamarzaman is one of the finest n brilliant actress of our industry. There would definitely be a reason for her to choose this. #SareRah
— Anaaya ❤️ (@__notyourztype) February 5, 2023
— Zohaib Rasheed (@Zabi769) February 6, 2023
Loving the concept of this unique drama Sar-e-Rah,
Srf Mard e kyun, Aurat bhi zarurat prny pr apny ghar aur ghar waaloon ka sahara bn skti hai…Aurat bhi sb kuch kr skti hai❤️✨#Sarerah pic.twitter.com/Y0M2vUMZuP
— Aisha✨ (@aishaa_tweets) February 7, 2023
— Apki baaaji (@chilli_milli441) February 7, 2023
In a nutshell, the two dramas that are breaking records in 2023 are Yunhi, Sar-e-rah and Kuch Ankahi. They are incredible in every way, and Twitter is full of fans gushing about how much they love it to the highest possible degree. Let us know about your reviews.
Yunhi, Sar-e-rah and Kuch Ankahi are the dramas that in short break all the stereotypes.