Mahira Khan Going Back On Indian Screens

Famous for her smart script choices, Mahira Khan is again in the glam of Indian cinema.

Mahira Khan Going Back On Indian Screens
Mahira Khan

It will not be the first time for Mahira Khan to be in India as she made her debut with Shahrukh Khan in the movie Raees back in 2017. Also, Humsafar sensation that reaches India back in 2011, 2012 made her famous in neighbouring countries. Whereas this time, she'll be appearing in a 12 episodes series on the Zee network named Yar Julahe. The series will get aired on May 15, 2021. 


Indian Unbanned Pakistan Artist

It seems like the ban that the Indian government put on the neighbouring country artist has been lifted, and Mahira Khan was the first one to jump into the bandwagon to work in the Indian industry. Mahira Khan will be seen on the first episode that will go on air on May 15. Zee TV surprised all the fans by announcing this show on their Twitter account and evidently mentioned Mahira Khan getting featured on the first episode.

Indian Unbanned Pakistan Artist

The Show Yaar Julahe Has An Exciting Concept

If you're into literature or not, everyone knows Yaar Julahe is a poem by Gulzar that pays tribute to the writers. The same is happening in this show as well. Taking inspiration from the poem, actors will be paying tribute to writers and narrating their poems. The show will include Sadat Hasan Manto, Munshi Premchand, Qurratulain Haider, Intezar Hussain and many more.

The Show Yaar Julahay has An Exciting Concept

Its A Star-Studded Show

The big news is that it's not just Mahira narrating the poems, but Zee Tv will feature Fawad Khan, Yasra Rizvi, Sania Saeed, Irfan Khoosat, Samiya Mumtaz, Faisal Qureshi, Sarwat Gillani and Nimra Bucha too. Zee TV fully promotes this Pakistan stars studded series and has high hopes for its success with a heartwarming idea of celebrity poetry and the poets with a delicate narration of our very own actors.

Its A Star-Studded Show

 

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