- Pakistani serial real ‘Mere Humsafar’ surrounded by controversies
- Serial trolled for following Hindu culture
Pakistani SerialBe it serials made in India or serials in Pakistan, everyone is seen and liked a lot in both the places. But when it comes to Pakistani serials, there is a glimpse of Islam and Sufi in everything there. You must have heard the discussion of Pakistani serials coming on Zee Zindagi many times. People of India are also going crazy about these serials. The fan following of Pakistani stars like Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan is also huge in India.
The story of the serial there touches the hearts of the people. Meanwhile, a show there ‘Mere Humsafar’ is currently engulfed in controversies. Due to which it is also getting a lot of criticism. Actually an episode of this show has become a point of controversies. Where grandmother’s final farewell was shown in the show. In this scene all the people present in the show wore white clothes. This is the only reason that the people there have made this show a victim of trolling.
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According to there, white clothes are the culture of Hindu. According to Hinduism, white clothes are worn when someone dies. But this custom is not followed in Pakistan. Their customs are quite different from ours. Seeing such a theme, the Muslim community is furious. There is a lot of anger on the makers of the show.
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Let us tell you that the fan following of ‘Mere Humsafar’ is very good. The show featured the chemistry of Farhan Saeed and Haniya Aamir. Haniya, who is an orphan, has been tortured by Farhan’s mother till now. From childhood till his youth, Farhan marries with Haniya who hears the taunts of Farhan’s mother. Everyone likes this serial based on love and family.
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