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Feroze Khan’s reappearance as Farhad in drama serial Khuda Aur Mohabbat sent the fans into a frenzy last weekend. The male protagonist had already left behind every worldly possession, including close family ties when he caught a train at Bahawalpur railway station.

With the 18th episode that aired last Friday, it all started to make sense as Farhad then headed to a holy shrine in Multan. Penned by Hashim Nadeem Khan, the drama serial depicts how Farhad copes with rejection and heartbreak.

It appears that after getting closure, Farhad needed everything to slow down. Given that he never really felt accepted in his family, he travelled to a place where he won’t be burdened with any questions. His need for an escape explains why he went on to avoid any interaction with a stranger.


This leaves the audience with a mystery as what intrigued Romana (Tooba Siddiqui) to chase Farhad at the holy shrine. Is it her sympathy towards him or is she also seeking answers for her life? Actor Noor-Ul-Hassan has also bagged a pivotal role of a dervish, who met Farhad’s gaze at the holy shrine.

Now that the drama serial has now entered a new dimension, its female protagonist, Mahi (Iqra Aziz), also has a few more life-changing circumstances ahead of her. It may be difficult for Mahi’s mother-in-law (Hina Khawaja Bayat) to accept her as family after the killing of son. At this point, it is only Taimoor’s elder brother, Sikandar (Junaid Khan), who can possibly empathize with Mahi.

Khuda Aur Mohabbat is a presentation of the country’s leading production house 7th Sky Entertainment owned by the dynamic duo Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi. It is directed Syed Wajahat Hussain.

Many prominent actors like Usman Peerzada, Rubina Ashraf, Hina Khwaja Bayat, Sohail Sameer, Fawad Jalal, Hira Somro, Waseem Abbas, Asma Abbas, Mirza Zain Baig, Javed Sheikh, Seemi Pasha, Shameen Khan, Meher Bano, and Fareeha Jabeen play pivotal roles in this love saga.

Khuda Aur Mohabbat airs on Friday at 8:00 p.m. on Geo Entertainment.

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