The Sri Lankan actress has been cast in the drama series 'Sanaf Ahan,' which is based on the experiences of female army leaders and personnel.
Yehali Tashiya, a Sri Lankan actress, has joined the cast of the drama series "Iron Man." She will portray a Sri Lankan cadet who is sent to Pakistan for training alongside other female cadets. The play's producers, Samina Humayun Saeed and Sana Shahnawaz, have also revealed that Yahli has been cast in the production.
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Yehali Tashiya can be spotted with actress Yemeni Zaidi in images on his Instagram account. It may be recalled that Umairah Ahmed wrote the storey for 'Sanaf Ahan,' which will be telecast on ARY, with Nadeem Baig providing the instructions. Humayun Saeed and his wife created the play, with assistance from the Pakistan Army Public Relations Department (ISPR).
Also check out 'Sanaf Ahan,' a drama starring Sajjal Ali, Yemeni Zaidi, Saira Yusuf, Kubra, and Rimsha Khan. Saira Yusuf, Sajjal Ali, Kubra Khan, Yemeni Zaidi, and Rimsha Khan are among the main cast members, while Usman Mukhtar and Merab Ali were added afterwards.
In June of this year, all of the actresses posted Instagram posts about 'Gender Iron,' and this will be the first time the five lead actresses will work together. In an interview, actress Saira Yousaf remarked about the drama, "The storey of 'Sanaf Ahan' centres around five female army officers who come from various backgrounds but join the army together." Their final destination merges into one.