‘Actors Who Impressed Us This Week’ read more to see if your favourite star made it to our list. From Wahaj Ali, Hania Aamir and more!
1. Hadiqa Kiani As Mehroo in Dobara
An impactful & heart winning performance by Hadiqa as she depicts the shock & fear of losing Maahir & also the realisation of what Maahir means for her.
2. Usama Khan As Affan in Dobara
The anger & turmoil within Affan is well played by Usama Khan representing the betrayal he feels from his mother. From taking the gun from the guard to attempting to take his own life, Usama Khan, we have this to say – well played.
3. Sana Javed As Dua in Aye Musht-e-Khaak
The way Sana is representing Dua’s strength & internal conflict minus any exaggerated expressions or theatrics is what makes her character so impactful & inspiring.
4. Iffat Rahim as Shakila in Aye Musht-e-Khaak
A solid, powerful performance as Shakila, making us all root for her as she chooses to stand with the truth, even though it means going against her son.
5. Azaan Sami Khan as Azlaan in Ishq-e-laa
Azaan is totally winning us, making us teary-eyed as he feels the pain & agony of losing Shanaya & somehow, trying to live with it.
6. Talha Chahour as Captain Farrukh in Jo Bichar Gaye
The brilliance of Talha’s performance is such that, we are made to feel exactly as we are supposed to, as he communicates every minute expression ever so powerfully across the screen. This in itself is a huge task which he delivers with utmost perfection.
7. Wahaj Ali as Rumi in Jo Bichar Gaye
A performance from Wahaj that proves he doesn’t need to be on screen throughout the 45 minute episode to leave an impact on audiences. We can still feel the panic, the relief & the unbelievable shock he portrayed at Haroon’s death.
8. Aymen Saleem as Aliya in Ibn e Hawwa
It is such a pleasure to see Aymen Saleem back on screen in a chirpy role that brings a smile to our face. Her natural performance is something worth appreciating.
9. Hira Mani as Mahjabeen in Ibn e Hawwa
Loving how Hira Mani has slid so comfortably into an overly simple & naive but dil ki achi Mahjabeen, making us all sympathetic towards her.
10. Faysal Quraishi As Momin in Dil-e-Momin
Ahh our heart goes out to Momin. What a fabulous job Faysal Quraishi. You are really making us feel how alone is Momin & his pain at his family’s behaviour towards him.
11. Rana Majid as Captain Salahuddin in Jo Bichar Gaye
A huge round of applause for Rana Majid for making us admire Captain Salahuddin’s bravery & then making us cry as he fights to the end. That’s how superb he was.
12. Shabbir Jan as Jehangir in Dobara
It is difficult to give a justified compliment to veterans like Shabbir Jan. He performed with his eyes, posture & facial expressions as Maahir’s father. He made us connect with that scene and it touched our hearts.
13. Hania Aamir as Hala in Mere Humsafar
It is admirable how Hania doesn’t slip from Hala’s character even for a second. With her eyes, facial expressions, hand movements, she ensures that every response is in sync to create the Hala we all feel deeply for.
Did your favourite performances and actors make it to the list? Let us know!