Aatish (Hum TV) Drama Series Analysis: Story, Episodes, Cast, Actors Salary, Timing, Release Date, Budget, OTT Response, Review, Ratings & More


Aatish is a Pakistani Drama Romance Drama series directed by Saima Waseem, that was Released on 20 August 2018 on Hum TV. The Drama Series star Azfar Rehman, Hina Altaf Khan are in title roles. Here’s the complete Analysis of Aatish cast and crew, storyline, Budget, OTT Response and More.

Aatish (2018) Drama Series Analysis: Release Date, Story, Plot, Episodes, Cast, Timing, Actors Salary, Actors Net Worth, Budget, OTT Response, Trailer, Songs, Awards, Review, Ratings & More

Show Info
Written byShagufta Bhatti
Developed byAzhar Ali
Star CastAzfar Rehman
Hina Altaf Khan
Directed bySaima Waseem
ProducersMomina Duraid
MD Productions
DistributorHum Network Limited
ChannelHum TV
Original release20 August 2018 –4 March 2019
DayMonday to Friday (5 Days in a week)

Aatish Drama Series Storyline

Asma is an abandoned orphan child who was raised by a maid after her mother left her. In order to prevent Asma from being sold by her drunken father, the mother abandoned her. and requests that Asma’s employer elevate her. In agreement, the employer promotes Asma. Instead of studying, Asma prefers to undertake all the chores around the house. Despite the fact that Asma sees herself as a family member, she is regarded as a maid.

In order to set up the engagement of their eldest son, a family from the United States pays a visit to the residence. They also bring their younger son Shehryar, who treats Asma inhumanely and like a servant when they arrive. To continue working as a maid, the family wants Asma to wed the house driver.

Aatish Drama Series Release and OTT Response

The Shagufta Bhatti-written drama premiered on HUM TV on August 20 and ran until March 4 of 2019. The drama was competitive with ARY’s Balaa and garnered favourable ratings. On YouTube, Aatish’s episodes have received millions of views. It garnered high TRPs, reaching a peak of 10.1 and 12.6 TRPs, and was an immediate hit.

Aatish Cast, Crew, Role, Salary, Remuneration & Net Worth

Here are the complete details of actors and actresses names in the Web Series.

1. Azfar Rehman as Sheheryar

Zainab Shabbir as Ujala Aatish 
Real NameAzfar Rehman
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

2. Hina Altaf as Asma

Hina Altaf as Asma
Real NameHina Altaf
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 14 crores +

3. Saba Hameed as Noureen

Saba Hameed as Noureen
Real NameSaba Hameed
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 21 crores +

4. Akeel Abbas as Saad

Akeel Abbas as Saad
Real NameAkeel Abbas
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

5. Madiha Rizvi as Nazia

Madiha Rizvi as Nazia
Real NameMadiha Rizvi
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 14 crores +

6. Anam Goher as Sumbul

Anam Goher as Sumbul
Real NameAnam Goher
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 28 crores +

7. Faisal Rehman as Sameer

Faisal Rehman as Sameer
Real NameFaisal Rehman 
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 21 crores +

8. Shermeen Ali as Zara

Shermeen Ali as Zara
Real NameShermeen Ali
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 35 crores +

Aatish Drama Series Awards


Aatish Drama Series Review

The cast was excellent, and each member did a terrific job in their assigned part. It appeared to be a true narrative rather than a drama, with the actors not acting but rather experiencing it firsthand. People were sobbing together with Asma while watching the play, I noticed, due to the excellent performance.

The narrative doesn’t include anything particularly unique; rather, we should say that it was an ordinary tale in which the wealthy people believe that only they have the right to receive respect, while the underprivileged or dependant have no such claim. The family has conventional values and does not take into account sentiments of poverty. They believe that despite Asma’s goodness, she should not be allowed to marry their son since she is a maid’s daughter and they are unaware of her paternity.

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