Court rejects plea to cancel ISPR’s ‘Ehd-e-Wafa’

Lahore (19th Feb, 2020): Recently, law student, Muhammad Zeeshan, had filed a petition in the Lahore High Court (LHC), to ban screening of the Inter-Services Public Relations’ (ISPR) production of Ehd-e-Wafa

According to Baaghi TV’s reports, Muhammad Zeeshan filed a petition for the ban of the drama serial in the Lahore High Court (LHC). Justice Shahid Waheed of the LHC said that the applicant had approached the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) prior to seeking legal assistance from the Court.

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As reported by Baaghi TV earlier, Muhammad Zeeshan, had filed the petition to ban the drama because he felt that the role of the country’s politicians and bureaucrats as presented in the ISPR production may have an adverse effect on Pakistan’s reputation in the global community.

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The story which is based on the life of four friends: Saad, Shariq, Sheharyar and Shazain [or the SSG as they refer to themselves in college], who drift apart after a feud in college which leads to their expulsion but, always cherish the deeper moments spent together. After they are expelled from college Saad joins the Army, Sheharyar is appointed as an Assistant Commissioner, Shazain enters politics as an MNA, and Shariq spearheads his career as a hard-working and brave journalist. Together the four friends symbolize the significant pillars of Pakistan’s society.

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The cast that includes Ahad Raza Mir, Osman Khalid Butt, Ahmed Ali Akbar, Wahaj Ali, Zara Noor Abbas and Alizey Shah in the leads, is directed by Saife Hassan and produced by ISPR in collaboration with HUM TV’s Momina Duraid. The popular drama which owes its screenplay to Mustafa Afridi has been very well received nationally as well as internationally.

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According to reports of Baaghi TV, Indian Sikhs on their visit to Kartarpur were asked if they liked any Pakistani dramas, and they commented that Ehd-e-Wafa was a good series. Moreover, Major General, DG ISPR reportedly shared a video on Instagram to highlight the rising popularity of the series.

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