The drama 'Mohlat' presented by Seventh Sky Entertainment on a private TV channel is based on a social message.
Mohlat drama is directed by Saima Wasim and the story is written by Sameera Fazal.
Regarding his role, Daniel Afzal said, "I want to tell my fans that this role will be completely different from Naomi's."
"Fans will see me on screen in a very different way, I hope I will live up to the expectations of the fans and this character will get the same reception that Naomi got," he said.
"It's a low triangle between Kunza Hashmi, Sami Khan, and me," he said of the drama's story.
He said it would be wrong to call the play just a love story because the circumstances described in it would send a strong social message to the people. Daniel Afzal Khan is confident that the audience will learn a lot from the "mohlat". The actor said that the entire cast and crew of the play have worked hard on the project which the audience will see on the screen.
He further said that 'Mahalat' is a different kind of drama and it will show not only women being oppressed but also men being used for their own purposes.
The 'Mohlat' drama airs daily at 9 pm on the private channel Geo Entertainment.
7th Sky Entertainment has carved a niche for itself with back-to-back hits and is now releasing another story Mohlat and acceptance, this time starring Sami Khan, Kinza Hashmi, Komal Aziz Khan, and Bushra Ansari, and produced by the mysterious duo of Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi.
The plot revolves around Nawera, a young girl who is the second child of Zahida, a middle-aged mother. For being born a child, Nawera is seen as a bad omen by her whole family, and she suffers unbearable agony and hardships to the extent that even her older sister, Maham, unfairly blames Nawera for all that goes wrong in her existence.
Saima Waseem directs this gripping story, which was written by Samira Fazal. Asma Abbas, Tanveer Jamal, Sabeena Farooq, and Javeria Abbasi round out the ensemble cast.
Starting on the 17th of May, don't miss Mohlat, which airs every day at 9 p.m. on Geo Entertainment.