Special screening of Sang-e-Mah drama series in cinemas takes Karachi by storm

Drama series Sang-e-Mah gained perhaps the most popularity and hype of any drama of 2022 before it even aired. Scheduled to air on HUM TV on January 9, a special private screening of the Director’s Cup was held for cast and crew as well as the media and entertainment fraternity.

HUM TV’s latest drama Sang-e-Mah, which is under the MD Productions banner and directed by Saife Hasan with a stellar cast, looks extremely promising. The featured cast of Sang-e-Mah includes a mix of old and new faces, such as veteran actors Sania Saeed and Nauman Ijaz, alongside the talented Hania Amir, Kubra Khan and Omair Rana; while internationally acclaimed singer Atif Aslam and Zaviyar Nauman will both make their television debuts in Sang-e-Mah.

The plot of Sang-e-Mah revolves around a Pukhtoon family belonging to the tribal areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The story is an exciting mix of drama, romance, deception, ego, and sacrifice. Fans are super excited to see how the characters of Marjaan Khan played by Nauman Ijaz and Zarghuna played by SaniaSaeed develop, and how their favorite singer Atif Aslam will play the role of Hikmat who will be romantically paired with Gulmeena played by Hania Amir.

Sang-e-Mah’s Director’s Cup special screening was an elaborate affair, with the director and cast in attendance, as well as HUM TV CEO Duraid Qureshi, MD Productions CEO MominaDuraid, HUM Network chairman. Sultana Siddiqui, and celebrities namely Ali Rehman, Aijaz Aslam, Nausheen Shah, Hira and Mani, Mashal Khan and Osama Tahir who enjoyed the screening and were very excited for the first episode to air on HUM TV on the 9th. January 2022.

An interactive press conference with the audience also followed the special screening of the Director’s Cup of Sang-e-Mah on the same evening, where the cast and crew spoke about their respective roles in the drama.

Speaking on the occasion, “It’s an unconventional story unfolding in northern Pakistan about ‘Ghag’, a custom that has ruined the lives of many women. Sang-e-Mah attempts to shed light on the repercussions of ‘Ghag’ and discourages the use of this custom, ”commented MominaDuraid, CEO of MD Productions & Creative head HUM Network.

“HUM Network has always been a pioneer. When people wanted to follow Indian soap operas, we set the benchmark for Pakistani dramas and the industry followed. Whether it is creating new concepts with scriptwriters for the theater, developing the fashion industry or broadcasting Pakistani events to the world, HUM Network has and will continue to be a pioneer and create new benchmarks for the industry, ”said Duraid Qureshi, CEO of HUM TV.