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Best Pakistani Dramas Role in 2022 – Male

by Imran Khan

 

 

Best Pakistani Dramas Role in 2022 - Male

Best Pakistani Dramas Role in 2022 By Male. Impressive Performance of Pakistani Actors in 2022 Dramas. List of Best Pakistani Dramas Character By Actors

Best Pakistani Dramas Role In 2022

The term “hero” has been redefined by Pakistani playwrights and has been readily accepted by audiences over the years. While there were plenty of toxic leading men this year that blew us away, there were also those who were flawed yet still had a certain appeal. Then there were characters who were unique in their own way and beautifully portrayed. 2022 also had several supporting characters who had our undivided attention and were a breath of fresh air. The “best” characters are the ones that are layered, meaningful, and engaging. This list shows that Pakistani writers still have what it takes to pen male characters who break stereotypes.

Impressive Performance of Pakistani Actors

Imam Sahab (Aye Musht e Khaak)

Nowadays when almost every other practicing Muslim is portrayed as suspicious and negative, Imam Sahib’s role in Aye Musht e Khaak was refreshing to witness.

Imam Sahab (Aye Musht e Khaak)

Babar (Aitebaar)

The role of Babar played by Ali Safina was the highlight of the show as Babar was an exemplary and supportive husband who was with his wife through thick and thin.

Babar (Aitebaar)

Musa (Angana)

Although Musa’ role did not end with Abiyah, he made the play worthwhile because of the positive impact he had on everyone’s lives. Musa is the character of Pakistani drama serial Angana.

Musa (Angana)

Abrar (Bichoo)

It would not be wrong to say that Bichoo was definitely one of the most watched soap operas of the year. The fact that Afrin’s negativity was easily balanced with positive characters like Abrar made it a very interesting drama to watch.

Abrar (Bichoo)

Ibtisam (Dobara)

Ibtasam was one of the most entertaining supporting characters in the drama serial Dobara. He is pushed by his sister to win Mehru so that they both can have easy access to Mehru’s wealth.

Ibtisam (Dobara)

Mahir (Dobara)

Mahir was one of those flawed heroines this year whose journey left the audience enthralled right from the start. He is introduced as a young man who was neglected by his parents, never looked up to him, and wasn’t doing very well in life financially.

Mahir (Dobara)

Basit (Habs)

Basit’s character took some time to unravel but after his backstory was clarified, it became very easy to understand why Basit was the way he was. Basit is the character of drama serial Habs.

Basit (Habs)

Adam (Hum Tum)

Hum Tum had many notable male characters and Adam by Ahad Raza Mir was definitely one of them. Although for the most part, he possessed a mild character, he had some qualities that made him stand out.

Adam (Hum Tum)

Daddu (Hum Tum)

Daddu Handsome had our undivided attention and love right from the beginning. Hum Tum stood out for its progressive supporting characters just as much as it did for its refreshing protagonists.

Daddu (Hum Tum)

Sarmad (Hum Tum)

Sarmad was the most loved character in dramas this year. He was anything but stereotypical. A young man entrusted at an early age with the responsibility of earning for his family, Sarmad turned his passion for cooking into a profession. Sarmad is the character of drama serial Hum Tum on Hum TV.

Sarmad (Hum Tum)

Captain Farrukh (Jo Bichar Gaye)

Jo Bichar Gaye was one of the best dramas we have seen this year. This story was written by military personnel during the East Pakistan crisis. He was also the main character of the story.

Captain Farrukh (Jo Bichar Gaye)

Rumi (Jo Bichar Gaye)

Rumi was one of the most layered and complex characters we saw on screen this year. He was portrayed as a student activist who did everything in his power to support the secession of East Pakistan.

Rumi (Jo Bichar Gaye)

Dr. Hadi (Mere Humnasheen)

Dr. Hadi was a good and kind friend who stood by Khajista in every difficult time. Dr. Hadi may have come across as emotional at times but at least, he had the maturity to understand and analyse that things are going to get tougher for Khajista.

Dr. Hadi (Mere Humnasheen)

Amroz (Mere Humnasheen)

Amroz was another very important character who shaped the future of Khajusta and protected him like an elder brother. It would have been very easy for Amroz to follow the footsteps of society and impose restrictions on Khajista but instead, he was always seen supporting him and making sure his voice was heard.

Amroz (Mere Humnasheen)

Hamza (Mere Humsafar)

Hamza has definitely become a household name, a character that Pakistani drama fans will remember for a long time. In a play that thrived on toxicity, Hamza’s character was a breath of fresh air.

Hamza (Mere Humsafar)

Sher Aalam (Mor Maharan)

Sher Alam stood apart from the beginning. Sher Aalam is the character of drama serial Mor Maharan. There was something mysterious about this character that made you want to know more about him.

Sher Aalam (Mor Maharan)

Hilmand (Sang e Mah)

Hilmand was truly one of a kind, a very unique character that is not easily seen in any Pakistani drama. The fact that Atif Aslam played him so well also made him a very special character that stuck in the minds of the viewers but the journey Hilmand took was nothing less than a roller coaster ride. The role Hilmand is played by Atif Aslam in drama serial Sang e Mah.

Hilmand (Sang e Mah)

Zaheen (Woh Pagal Si)

Zaheen was another level-headed and likeable male character this year who made the audience root for him everywhere. Zaheen belonged to a lower middle class family but never let his financial status stand in the way of his goals in life. The role Zaheen played in the drama serial Woh Pagal Si.

Zaheen (Woh Pagal Si)

This completes the list of best male characters seen in Pakistani dramas this year. Please feel free to add more names to the list and share your thoughts in the comment section below. And also share this information with your firends.

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