KARACHI: Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar announced the making of a drama sequel after the historic success of ARY Digital's most popular drama 'Mere pass tum ho'.
According to the details, eminent author Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar while talking in the ARY News program “Bakhabar Swera”, In last episode I saw the emotional scenes of the fans, I cannot forget, I will try, then something wonderful will be created and Allah Help Us such a masterpiece succeed in making a drama.
Responding to a question, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said that he never wrote a sequel, but 'Mere pass tum ho ' can be a sequel.
In regards to the popularity of the play, he said that such honours are rare and that my Lord can do it, all we did was work hard with honesty.
One question that what is the modesty in your point of view, and what is the role of Mahwish when thinking about it, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said that a woman's modesty is a lock, which opens with only one key and when a lock is more than one key. When the keys start to open, we take it out of the house and throw it away. This is modesty in my view.
He said in reference to the modesty of men, that men learn from the women, women are the source of senses, we are the only learners. As much as the condition of the senses applies to women, I believe the same condition applies to men as well.
Referring to the success of the play, Khalil-ur-Rehman said that I was so happy that I was scared of this happiness. May Allah have mercy on us. And we do it again and Allah will succeed it.
The most popular drama serial in Pakistani history, "Mere pass tum ho", concludes with the death of Danish, and with the popularity, the last episode of 'Mere pass tum ho' has been adorned in major cinemas across the country.
As the last episode aired, social media exploded, within a few minutes the last episode of the drama became a top trend on Twitter, and thousands of tweets took place in a matter of minutes.
To be clear, ARY Digital's masterpiece has brought popularity in public because of a unique subject and dialogues. The live performances of Aiza Khan, Hira Mani, Humayun Saeed and Adnan Siddiqui made the play a full moon.