Habs’ story predominantly spins around Ayesha (Ushna Shah) and Basit (Feroze Khan). Ayesha was presented as a reasonable young lady who generally expresses her genuine thoughts. Her mom (Saba Faisal) is a widow and a pioneer for whom endurance precedes all the other things.
At least a time or two I felt as though the scholars have taken motivation from not simply the Bollywood film everybody is discussing yet in addition Pehli Si Mohabbat. Not certain in the event that I am the one in particular who is getting those energies. The content by and large needs innovation despite the fact that such a story might have been composed without taking thoughts from different dramatizations or movies. The something beneficial about the content is that, not normal for some different dramatizations which are intended for business achievement, this one doesn’t rely upon the bechari aurat or the poisonous person for appraisals.
This imperfect content has most certainly been given the right treatment, the credit for which goes to Musaddiq Malik, who aced his first time at the helm by putting all that he has found out about show making till now to great use. He has not just depended on introducing an outwardly satisfying set-up in general however he has likewise ensured that the entertainers put forth a strong effort. Nothing about the show or the scenes is overdramatic yet practically every one of the feelings are deciphered and caught convincingly by the chief.
Habs Drama Cast:
Habs Cast Ost:
OST: HABS Singer’s: Nirmal Roy & Shehroze Butt Lyricist Composition: Azad Azim Post: Sami Rafiq D.O.P: Zaib Rao Director: Musaddiq Malek Producers: Humayun Saeed & Shahzad Nasib