Ghisi Piti Mohabbat: Delivering Social messages with a punch and telling us why humor can make a point when all else fails!
Ghisi Piti Mohabbat is the drama that defined what social messages can look like when packaged in humor, crisp dialogue, real performances & devoid of any pretentions – the script delivered a raw, street-like feel which is what made it so relatable to the awam – a classic trademark of writer Fasih Bari Khan who doesn’t mince words with his pen.
If you haven’t watched yet, you were probably sleeping under a rock, and a pretty big one, so snap out of the hibernation y’all and get watching!
The journey of GPM ends with many refreshing, essential & heartwarming messages.
It is okay for daughters to support their parents, girls must find their own path, love & marriage should not stop them, relationships must be supportive, not restrictive
We applaud the entire team for bringing such a positive & uplifting project to audiences. A Shout Out to Director Ahmed Bhatti who never let the plot or story slip from his hands; we didn’t want to miss a single episode.
Writer Fasih Bari proves once again that his pen holds the power to impact minds & communicate critical messages with engaging scripts.
Here we pay tribute to the super performances that made the project a super hit amongst drama audiences!
Ramsha Khan ruled the screen throughout all episodes – Samiya will always be lauded as one of her best performances.
Ali Abbas as Basharat, won hearts with a natural & captivating performance. We laughed at (& with) Basharat, we despised him too, as we rode the journey with Samiya.
Wahaj Ali as Riz played the character with conviction. His portrayal of Riz’s arrogance & self obsession was on point. Despite the fact that he left us early in the story, his presence lurked throughout, noticeable in its absence – such was the charm of Riz!
Special mention for Saba Faisal as Samiya’s mother, who took us on a poignant journey that showed a parents’ point of view & the dilemmas of a wife & mother.
Another special mention for Tashi a.k.a Areesha Akbar who redefined what young girls can achieve if we don’t cage them in preset expectations. A big thumbs up for this young actress who blew us away! Looking forward to seeing her in more mind-blowing characters onscreen!
Saba Hamid delivered a flawlessly witty performance as a toxic mother in-law – heavily charged, yet comical. Her unfiltered dialogues layered deeper messages, if one were to look beyond the humor.
Saife Hassan as Naheed in a ground breaking role, was a sparkling diamond in a story full of precious gems. He brought a smile, a chuckle, a laugh amidst audience sympathies.
Shahood Alvi & Arjumand Rahim delivered a spirited spin on the thurkee uncle & opportunistic aunty story – both characters hit it out of the park with credible performances!
Well done GPM…now take a bow!
Please note: If we have missed paying tribute to anyone in Team GPM, it is not intentional. The project was a super success & that can only happen when the entire cast & crew pull together to make it happen.