Green Entertainment’s new endeavor Tumharey Husn Kay Naam is a heartwarming tale of romance. Directed by Saqib Khan the drama embarks viewers on an emotional roller coaster with its captivating story and memorable performances.
The drama takes a magical opening, it’s raining in Lahore, and we are introduced to Salma’s (Saba Qamar) family. They enjoy tea and fritters in this beautiful weather. Salma is a doting daughter of her father played by Salman Shahid. She is the only girl in her family who is permitted to study in a co-education system. Her mother isn’t too keen on giving girls permission for further studies. She wants her to get married.
Enter Sikandar (Imran Abbas) who accidentally hits Salma while playing cricket in college. The latter is rushed to a clinic and her father meets the principal to expel him. Sikandar comes from a poor background and his mother will die if she comes to know about this mess. Things don’t take a good start between Salma and Sikandar, they come face to face and get into a heated argument.
What We Liked
One of the strongest aspects of Tumharey Husn Kay Naam is the old-world charm. The lead actors Saba Qamar and Imran Abbas deliver commendable performances, showcasing their range and depth as performers. The first episode featured just one scene of them together. But the on-screen chemistry in the promos look palpable, and they effortlessly convey the complexities of their character’s relationship.
The cinematography is visually stunning, capturing the vibrant colors and beautiful landscapes of Lahore. The pacing is well-balanced and keeps the viewers engaged throughout. The director skillfully crafts moments of tenderness striking an emotional chord with viewers.
A Good Start
Whether you adore old-world romance or simply enjoy a good love story, Tumharey Husn Kay Naam is will surely hook you. The first episode is off to a good start and leaves you with a warm heart and smile on your face.
Watch the first episode here