Starring Fawad Khan, Sanam Baloch, Ayesha Khan and Mikaal Zulfiqar, the show premieres on February 1, 2016 at 8 PM
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | February 1, 2016
With the festival of love around the corner, Zindagi presents a bittersweet romantic, comedy drama,‘Kuch Pyaar Ka Paagalpan Bhi Tha’, starring heartthrob Fawad Khan, dazzling Sanam Baloch, Ayesha Khan and Mikaal Zulfiqar. The show premieres on February 1, every Monday to Saturday at 8 PM on Zindagi and explores the trials and tribulations faced by new immigrants, the class divide and the harsh realities of life.
‘Kuch Pyaar Ka Paagalpan Bhi Tha’ marks the reunion of the creative team, part of the super-hit show ‘Waqt Ne Kiya Kya Haseen Sitam’, where the famous trio of Fawad Khan, Sanam Baloch and director Haissam Hussain have made history with a gripping story set against the backdrop of the pre-independence era. This time, the team comes together to create magic on the small screen with a light hearted drama series that revolves around the lives of four pivotal characters – Mujtaba (Fawad Khan), Kiran (Sanam Baloch), Daniez (Ayesha Khan) and Shamrez (Mikaal Zulfiqar).
Fawad Khan’s character Mujtaba is that of a Pakistani computer engineer who dreams of making it big abroad by taking over his uncle’s thriving business and marrying his cousin Daniez. On his arrival in America, he is shocked by the cultural divide and the way his uncle’s family including his cousin Daniez treat him. Mujtaba, coddled by his mother, believes that as he is his uncle’s nephew he will get everything handed to him on a silver platter not realising that it is only hard work that pays. The female lead Kiran, played by Sanam Baloch dreams of finding true love and wants to escape from her cruel family. Kiran is hard working, she works two jobs to be able to make ends meet. While trying to help Mujtaba to adapt to living in a foreign country, Kiran unknowingly falls in love with him.
With its light hearted moments, twists and turns, ‘Kuch Pyaar Ka Paagalpan Bhi Tha’ is an entertaining drama that gives the audiences a glimpse into the lives of immigrants and depicts that grass is not always greener on the other side.