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Mere Pass Tum Ho

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Pakistan’s Best T.V Drama Mere Pass Tum Ho

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, author of Pakistan’s most popular play “Mere Pass Tum Ho”, says that weak-minded people should hold on to the next episode of the play. The plays of Pakistani superstars Humayun Saeed, Ayeza Khan and Adnan Siddiqui, “Mere Pass Tum Ho” have touched the heights of popularity that were ever received on TV. The drama not only drew the attention of the performers but also because of their lively dialogues.


The popularity of the drama is that as the drama episode airs every Saturday night, the drama is trending on social media and now “Mere Pass Tum Ho” is heading towards its end. The second instalment of the drama will be presented next week. In this regard, the author of the play, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, cautioned the people that the weak-hearted people should hold the next episode of “Mere Pass Tum Ho”.


In an interview to a website recently, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar shared his experiences about drama, saying that although the drama is going to end, it will remain in the hearts of the people as it remains in my heart. Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said, “I never feel sorry for anybody but I swear by God that a woman was wasted by a woman.” He said that when I intended to write this drama, dialogues began to flow in my mind and I was able to handle them and write them.

They said, “Remember, God, sent my pen to you, which would give many women the chance to handle it and give many men the chance to think that such women do not have to be slapped on their mouths.” Unfortunately, you just slap yourself in the face. Just pray and leave them and say you are not ours, then we are not yours.


Quoting the next episode of the play, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar said that this time the episode will be aired, it will be 60 to 65 minutes and I would urge everyone to take a moment to rest with the weakest gentlemen. It is recommended that you take your medicines, as you will not be released without seeing them and I am not joking. However, I would not advise women as such, because women are not weak at heart.