Raqeeb Se is poetry in motion! Catch the review & find out why we’re falling in love, and you will too!
Raqeeb Se, power packed performances and a great story. Is it really happening? What did we do as an audience to be gifted such a poetic, beautiful story.
The drama keeps us hooked with new twists at every turn & the characters surprise us with their unpredictable reactions. It is like unwrapping a box where each layer unveils a new treat. Raqeeb Se welcomes you gently into its world, but beware, once you enter, there’s no going back.
The leading ladies
Hajra, who has the comfort & companionship of Maqsood Sahib but not his love.
Sakina, who has faced hardships & no appreciation in her husband’s eyes, but who’s the undefeated queen of Maqsood Sahib’s dil.
Story with a twist
2 aurtain & ek mard ki kahani but with a refreshingly endearing treatment of a clichéd concept.
Ameera is seemingly unapologetic & unabashed but deep down, she longs for Maqsood Sahib as the father she never had.
Insha, the strong daughter & girlfriend, whom Ameera is in awe of, & who, surprisingly, is not bitter about her father’s unconditional love for Sakina.
And Maqsood Sahib – what can we say? One person who is the center of these 4 women, but no one really knows unke dil ya damaagh mein kiya chal reha hai.
Maqsood Sahib’s decision to accompany Sakina & Ameera to the village was an unpredictable twist in the story, one that Hajra had not suspected.
Does she fear for his safety from Rafiq or that his feelings for Sakina might be rekindled?
A huge shout out to
Thank you, dil se, Bee Gul – Kashif Nisar & HUM TV team for this heartwarming story.
Despite its leisurely pace, we can’t call Raqeeb Se a ‘dragged’ episode credit to the sharp execution & edits that are making this Bee Gul – Kashif Nisar project a suspense-thriller & we’re hooked!
Rabia stays involved in various social causes. Believing in creating equal opportunities for underprivileged kids, she helps The Citizens’ Foundation, Pakistan, to create awareness of the need for providing quality education to children. At the same time, she is also involved with Singapore-based VWO, 4PM’s Ramadan on Wheels project by supporting it through the FUCHSIA platform. At FUCHSIA, Rabia oversees the Marketing and Public Relations work. She is also part of the Editing Team in conceptualising articles and monthly issues.