Pakistani Drama Serial

Written byMustafa Afridi[1]
Directed byAbis Raza Abidi
  • Hira Saleem
  • S. Mazhar Ali
Theme music composerShaibi
Opening theme'Sifarish Hai ye dil ki'
Rajab Ali Khan
Country of originPakistan
Original languageUrdu
No. of episodes17
ProducerMomina Duraid
Production locationsPanama City, Florida, United States
  • Illyas Kashmiri
  • Haider Raza Arif
  • Syed Zafar
  • Nadeem Kasmiri
Camera setupMulti-camera setup
Running time35–40 minutes
Original networkHum TV
Picture format480p
Audio formatStereo
First shown inPakistan
Original release6 September –
28 December 2014
External links
Hum Television
Moomal Productions

Firaaq (Urdu: فراق:دوریاں محبت کا زوال نہیں‎, lit.'Separation: Separation is not a Comeuppance of Love') is a 2014 Pakistanifamily dramatelevision serial.[2] The serial is directed by Abis Raza, written by Mustafa Afridi and produced by Momina Duraid. Uzma Gillani, Syed Mazhar Ali, Mohib Mirza, Sanam Saeed, Junaid Khan, Noor Hassan Rizvi, Hira Saleem and Cybil Chaudhry plays the lead roles. Set in America, it follows the life of a broken family lives in Panama City, Florida, and Paiman who struggles to live at her own wills despite of boundaries by her mother.[3]


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The plot revolves around story of a broken Pakistani American family settled in Florida, United States. The story is about Paimaan, Imroze, Rumi, Sarah, Shams, and Hareem. Paimaan and Shams are siblings. Their father had died when they were very young. Their mother whom they call 'Maa Jee' marries another man, Haider. At 10 years old, Shams realizes this and leaves the home in anger. Years pass, and Paimaan grows up into a mature, quiet, and depressed girl due to her mother's behavior. Her mother is strict and do not allow her to go anywhere as she thinks that the atmosphere of America will spoil her, but her stepfather is friendly with her, understands her problems, and advises her to move out. This makes her mother angry as she believes that he is poisoning her mind. On the other hand, Shams has married a Pakistani girl, Sarah. Sarah is an orphan and she and Shams love each other, but before they marry Shams puts a condition that he does not want a child. Sarah agrees, but after few years of marriage she begins to demand a baby from Shams. Then, she goes to Shams family and meets other. When Shams realises this, he takes Paimaan with him to his house.[4]


  • Uzma Gillani as Maa Jee
  • S. Mazhar Ali as Haider
  • Mohib Mirza[5] as Imroze
  • Sanam Saeed as Paiman
  • Junaid Khan as Shams
  • Noor Hassan Rizvi as Roomi
  • Hira Mani as hareem
  • Cybil Chaudhry as Sara
  • Dr. Ismail Zahij
  • Kenyon Bozeman
  • Malik Qayyum Anwar
  • Maik Rose
  • Sabrina Rose
  • Asleen Nelson
  • Faizan
  • Hania Ikram
  • Muzamil Salman Sheikh


Background and development[edit]

The story was written by Mustafa Afridi.[3] It was the second serial of Hum Television that shot in same place outside of country, as first being was Vasl. It marked second appearance of Junaid Khan and Sanam Saeed together after Mata-e-Jaan Hai Tu, where he plays Sanam's abusive husband.[6] Model turned actress, Cybil mark his debut in acting by this serial. Veteran actor Syed Mazhar Ali returns to TV after massive heart attack and Uzma Gillani also appears on Hum TV after long time.

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Filming and promotion[edit]

The serial was shot mostly in Panama City, Florida, in the United States, with some portion also taking place in Pakistan. Production and shooting began between May and June.[3]Principal photography started in mid-July and finished in mid-August, with other editing processes.[7]

The first teaser trailer was released on 24 August 2014, and OST of the drama serial was released on 29 August 2014.


On 14 December 2014, Firaaq began to broadcast on Sundays at 8 pm – 10:20 pm (PST) instead of on Saturdays at 8 pm – 9:10 pm (PST). Its last episode aired on Sunday, 28 December 2014 at 8 pm.[7]

Original soundtrack[edit]

Firaaq: Original Soundtrack (OST)
Soundtrack album by
Released27 August 2014
GenreTheme song, Television soundtrack
LabelM.D Productions
ProducerMomina Duraid

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The Theme song of Firaaq is its original soundtrack, written by Azal Band and Abis Raza the director of serial, and composed by Shebi. The music is a label of Momina Duraid Productions.[8] The song is sung by Razab Ali.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics are written by Azal Band and ABis Raza; all music is composed by Shaibi.

1.'Firaaq'Rajab Ali Khan1:48

See also[edit]


  1. ^'Firaaq'. Awami Web. 29 August 2014. Retrieved 7 September 2014.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^'Firaaq 2014 Hum Drama serial'. Rashid Nazir Ali. Review It!. Retrieved 22 August 2014.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ abcFarman Nawaz (2 January 2015). '14 Pakistani dramas that ruled our television screens in 2014'. Express Tribune.
  4. ^'Firaaq Synopsis'. Pakistan Ultimate Media. Retrieved 20 August 2014.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^Maria Shirazi. 'In conversation with Mohib Mirza'. The News International.
  6. ^Bilal Mughal (13 March 2012). 'Mata e Jaan Hai Tu: A new age drama'. Express Tribune.
  7. ^ abZoya Anwer (28 October 2014). 'Three Pakistani dramas that dare to be different'. Dawn.
  8. ^'Firaaq Title song'. Hum TV's DailyMotion. Retrieved 29 August 2014.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

External links[edit]

Official website
  • Firaaq on Facebook
  • Firaaq at Dailymotion

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Other resources
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  • Firaaq on HUMNetwork

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