While visiting the US, I haven’t possessed the capacity to watch the quite built up Ishq-e-Mamnoon. In any case, in view of media and reports of my companions who watch it, it seems to have outperformed Humsafar’s massive achievement – which, as of not long ago, had turned into the point of reference for accomplishment to the extent dramatizations in Pakistan are concerned.
As of late, I watched Lucman’s show, where a few of our Pakistani dramatization craftsmen seemed to discuss on whether Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) ought to execute some type of direction on this new and sensationalized transportation of Turkish shows.
Despite the reasons why show watchers have such a fondness towards Turkish dramatizations – whether it’s the distinctions in appearance and area yet the similitude in storyline or plot clashes – there’s probably whoever had the knowledge of transplanting these dramatizations into Pakistan’s diversion scene is splendid.
Be that as it may, on the grounds that we now have a less expensive method for engaging Pakistanis, does not mean we ought to totally destroy and forego the interests of our own show industry.