Man Files Petition Against Ehd-e-Wafa For Targeting Politicians & Media

Man Files Petition Against Ehd-e-Wafa For Targeting Politicians & Media

Ehd-e-Wafa on politician

ISPR produced drama series ‘Ehd-e-Wafa’ has landed in hot water for negatively portraying politicians and media personnel. A petition has been filed against the drama in the Lahore High Court.

A man identified as Muhammad Zeeshan has filed the petition claiming that the popular drama serial Ehd-e-Wafa tarnishes the image of politicians and media personnel in Pakistan. Furthermore, he said that the roles being portrayed in the drama painted a negative image of Pakistan internationally.

Additionally, he has also requested to halt the remaining episodes of drama from airing.

Ehd-e-wafa team

Source: dailytimes

The key characters showcased four important roles of Pakistani society [politician, media anchor, bureaucrat and army official].

However, the petitioner claimed, “four pillars of the state were displayed but the role of the army was shown instead of the judiciary.”

Furthermore, the drama has been receiving a lot of praise from the masses and each passing episode has been creating a lot of hype among the fans.

Recently aired episode on Sunday has also got everyone hooked as all the characters of the series got reunited after long heated differences among them. One of the main characters Saad played by Ahad Raza Mir also got married to his love interest Dua played by Alizey Shah in the last episode.

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However, with a lot of praise, there is always criticism. Helmed by Saif-e-Hassan, ‘Ehd-e-Wafa’ is written by Mustafa Afridi. The show has become an instant hit to the audience, giving shades of the ever-so-famous Alpha Bravo Charlie.

Moreover, besides the lead characters Ahad Raza Mir, Osman Khalid Butt, Ahmed Ali Akbar, Wahaj Ali, Alizey Shah, and Zara Noor Abbas, the serial features Hajra Yamin and Vaneeza Ahmad as well. The show is being produced in collaboration with the ISPR. Produced by Momina Duraid, the drama first aired on HUM TV on September 22.

In addition, if you’re interested in more Ehd-e-Wafa related content, check out some of the craziest hidden secrets from the show.

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