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Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

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Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

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Its great that our television industry is finally moving away from the stereotyped heroines and focusing more on stronger characters for females. Sana Javed’s character as Khaani in drama serial Khaani or Sajal Aly’s portrayal of the sassy Sassiin O Rangreza are a welcoming change to the mainstream protagonists. Here’s roundup of our all time favorite strong female characters that we got to see on television last year in no particular order.

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Sana Javed as Khaani in Khaani

The drama revolves around the stereotyped misuse of power that influential people are so used too. A 7th Sky Entertainment signature production, Khaani is the story of a strong girl who dares to defy her perpetrators and stands strong in front of every misfortune that is befalling her family.

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

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Iqra Aziz as Saba in Ghairat

Iqra’s character of Saba, where she transformed from a meek, submissive woman to one having her own voice and the power to stand against her oppressor, in Ghairat was truly commendable. Ghairat was an unconventional play and one that we absolutely loved.

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

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Saima Noor as Naheed in Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai

Now this one was an amazing drama by Big Bang Entertainment. A woman defies her husband who thinks of his daughter as a burden and remarries only to hurt his wife more, Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai portrayed the story of a strong woman who was not afraid to raise a voice for her daughters and their bright future.

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Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

Sohai Ali Abro as Salwa in Aadhi Gawahi

The drama might not have been a hit favorite with many but we absolutely loved the character of Salwa, who stood up to the feudal Hamdan Chaudhry and fought for her rights with the right amount of brain and intelligence.

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

Aisha Khan as Mahagul in Khuda Mera Bhi Hai

Now Mahagul’s character was the true definition of strong. Aisha Khan played the role of a mother who gives birth to an intersex child and then has to fight for his rights to equality in all wakes of life. Aisha portrayed the character of Mahagul with absolute conviction while challenging societal norms and winning hearts.

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

Sajal Aly as Sassi in O Rangreza

She does what she pleases and doesn’t give a worry about anything or anyone at all when it comes to herself, such is the sassy Sassi in O Rangreza. She’s brave, she’s confident and she’s very straightforward, something we absolutely admire.

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

Stronger Women Are The New Norm Of Pakistani Television

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