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Bol Entertainment to air Ramadan special drama ‘Chand Nagar’

Bol Entertainment has announced that it will air the Ramadan special drama ‘Chand Nagar’.

Directed by the seasoned Yasra Rizvi, penned by the talented Zeeshan Junaid ‘Chand Nagar’ promises to be a captivating journey, blending heartfelt storytelling with nuanced performances. At its core, the drama revolves around the kind-hearted Mrs. Khanam, portrayed with grace and warmth by the evergreen Atiqa Odho, who opens her doors to strangers during the sacred month of Ramadan.

With actors such as Javed Sheikh, Atiqa Odho, Omair Rana, Aijaz Aslam, and Hajra Yameen leading the ensemble.

‘Chand Nagar’

The drama presents a blend of melodrama, banter, gentle yet much-needed reminders, and comedy that actually tickles your funny bone. ‘Chand Nagar’ is a Ramzan play that truly celebrates the sacred month in its true spirit and magnifies it, as Mrs. Khanam brings a sense of home to these lonely, eccentric souls she invites into her home. It delves into the intricate details that encompass our daily lives during Ramzan and a quick, fun heartfelt reminder of lessons that are often forgotten along the way.

The characters will entertain and intrigue you from the very beginning. Each character possesses unique quirks that make them entertaining and lovable in their own way. The selected ones may seem odd, quirky, and perhaps even unreliable, but Mrs. Khanam somehow perceives their inherent goodness, leaving audiences curious as well.

From Mrs. Khanam’s grace, elegance and big heart to Bakhtu, the admin in charge of Chand Nagar, taking measures to ensure no one messes around at Chand Nagar (and his penchant for anchoring) and Maahi who is by Mrs. Khanam’s side at all times, a drama and Shayari lover.

And Khanam’s new guests; Kainat who eloped for love and is waiting to be reunited with her husband, to Tani, the fierce girl who is dejected in love yet still fearless and is on the run from the phupho ka beta. Taimoor, a shud desi Karachi boy, is dramatic, comical and desires to somehow be adopted by Mrs. Khanam.

To the character that has audiences in fits – Shiza Mahmood Mirchiwala, strangely robotic, subtly amusing, and plain scary at times. Rohail, the gentle-hearted, silent observer to Tasawur, Kainat’s husband who too has come to Chand Nagar and not everyone may know his secret.

The amusing banter and secrecy among the characters compel viewers to ponder over the stories behind each of these individuals.

The drama even delves into the relevant conditions of the country: its citizens, living standards, economy, and struggles, while also challenging the narrative of ‘naiki ka zamana nae hai’ (the era of goodness is over), as Khanam says in the drama, ‘Naiki ka zamana kab hota hai? Jab halat kharab hote hain tab hi naiki ka zamana hota hai.’ (When do we experience the era of goodness? It’s when times are tough that the era of goodness truly exists.) The creators have brought together diverse ethnicities in one script, creating an intriguing mix of cultures from Pakistan and offering a lesson in embracing unity within diversity.This Ramzan, enter the world of “Chand Nagar,” where heartfelt storytelling and captivating performances intertwine to create a cultural phenomenon worth experiencing. Let “Chand Nagar” light up your screens, offering moments of reflection, connection, and pure entertainment.

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