Drama Humsafar turns decade-old; #askmahira becomes top Twitter trend  

By: Iqra Ejaz      Published: 12:30 PM, 25 Sep, 2021
Drama Humsafar turns decade-old; #askmahira becomes top Twitter trend  

We are sure everyone agrees that drama serial Humsafar might be the most brilliantly depicted romance play in the history of Pakistani dramas and it starred no other than celebrated stars Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan.

The most exciting bit is that Humsafar is now a decade-old, yes that’s right it’s been ten years since Humsafar made an appearance on television.

It seems that actress Mahira who was recognized as a noteworthy talent only after her success for the depiction of character Khirad in Humsafar, can’t contain her excitement over the milestone her most successful project has reached and she has taken to her social media handles in order to profess her gratitude for all the love.

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Taking to her Twitter handle, Mahira wrote: “#10yearsofhumsafar I have nothing but gratitude and love for all of you… and only myself to offer. #askmahira hojaye? Tell me when.. and let’s do it!.”

Humsafar star's tweet managed to provoke her fans into asking various questions from Miss Khan and #askmahira has now become a top trend on Twitter.

Social media users are asking interesting questions from the Pakistani diva while also inserting the hashtag along with their queries and Mahira Khan has responded to various questions which has sparked conversations on Twitter.

Ecstatic Mahira Khan even approached the writer of the highly admired drama serial who is known as Farhat Ishtiaq and congratulated her on writing Mahira’s character so beautifully.

Mahira urged the writer to collaborate with her on another romantic serial. The actress wrote: “Farhaaaat. You wrote Khirad so beautifully. Ek aur romance hojaye?”

Humsafar was aired between 2011-2012. It has been written by Farhat Ishtiaq and directed by Sarmad Salman Khoosat. Due to Humsafar’s success, this era of Pakistani television was referred to as the ‘Golden Age’.

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