Zara Noor Abbas thanks colleagues and ISPR for 'Ehd-E-Wafa' success
'Ehd E Wafa' is being counted among the successful plays of the Pakistani television industry, the last episode of which was aired on March 15.
The story of the play was based on four friends whose careers and personal life were presented in the play.
By the way, this whole drama proved to be a hit and its Last Episode was well-liked by the fans.
And now after the play's conclusion, actress Zara Noor Abbas thanked her colleagues and fans as well as ISPR.
On Instagram, Zara Noor Abbas shared some photos and videos taken during the play which she shares with her friends.
In his post, he wrote, "The covenant is over, I want to thank the producers and writers, Usman Khalid Butt was an honor for me to work with you, in the meantime spend time with some of the best people and make memories. '.
He further wrote that "Thank you to Hajra Yameen, Wahaj Ali, Ahmad Ali Akbar, and Ahad Raza Mir, thank you to the ISPR for their support, especially to Colonel Asif and Major General Asif Ghafoor. This project was his dream which he worked hard to achieve.
According to Zara Noor Abbas, "I am also grateful to my fans, who liked my role in the play, hopefully by the end of my life, this is how you can enjoy them all."
It should be noted that Zara Noor Abbas played the role of a girl named Rani in the play.
Saifi Hassan has directed the play, which is made in partnership with the Pakistan Army's Public Relations ISPR, and its story is written by Mustafa Afridi.