Last month, Pakistan's controversial and well-known drama 'Mere Pas Tum ho' was featured in select cinemas in several cities in Pakistan.
'Mere Pas Tum ho' was the first Pakistani drama to be presented in cinemas and now another well-known drama 'Ehd E Wafa' team has announced it on the big screen.
Like 'Mere Pas Tum ho', the final episode of 'Ehd E Wafa' will also be presented in cinemas.
The last episode of 'Ehd E Wafa' will be broadcast on private TV channel 'Hum TV' on January 15 next month, but the TV administration has announced the last episode of the drama to be shown on cinema before it can be aired on TV.
We TV spokesperson Nasr Khan confirmed that the final episode of 'Ehd E Wafa' will be presented in cinemas.
It was previously reported that 'Ehd E Wafa' would be presented in theatres, but now it has also been confirmed and interestingly, the last episode of the drama was presented in cinemas one day before it was aired on TV.
A petition was also filed in the court against the pledge - screenshot
According to Khan, the last episode of the play will be presented to selected cities in several cities on March 14, while the last episode of the play will be aired on TV on March 15, a day later.
Be aware that the pledge, like you are, is being appreciated for its story and characters, as well as being criticized.
The story of the play is based on 4 friends who are away from each other after a feud at school, but always spend the rest of their lives remembering moments together.
According to the story of the play, all four friends study together at Lawrence College, however, three friends are expelled from college for violating the rules, while a friend whose role is playing Ahad Raza Mir becomes an army officer.
In addition, one member of the three friends becomes an assembly, a journalist and a bureaucrat.
The play, directed in collaboration with the Pakistan Army's Public Relations Department (ISPR), is directed by Saifi Hassan, while its story is written by Mustafa Afridi.