Bulbulay (ARY Digital) Drama Series Analysis: Story, Episodes, Cast, Actors Salary, Timing, Release Date, Budget, OTT Response, Review, Ratings & More


Bulbulay is a Pakistani Sitcom, Slapstick, Comedy series directed by Rana Rizwan, Nabeel, that was Released on 22 October 2009 on ARY Digital. The Drama Series star Nabeel, Ayesha Omar, Hina Dilpazeer, Mehmood Aslam, Shehnaz Pervaiz, Shafaat Ali, and Shakeel Siddiqui are in title roles. Here’s the complete Analysis of Bulbulay cast and crew, storyline, Budget, OTT Response, and More.

Bulbulay (2022) 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
Created byDain Qayyum
Star CastNabeel
Ayesha Omar
Hina Dilpazeer
Mehmood Aslam
Shehnaz Pervaiz
Shafaat Ali
Shakeel Siddiqui
Directed byRana Rizwan
Theme music composerFaizan Khan
ChannelARY Digital
Original release22 October 2009 –present
Running time18–29 minutes
DayMonday to Friday (5 Days in a week)

Bulbulay Drama Series Storyline

In the majority of episodes, Nabeel, Khoobsurat, Momo, and Mehmood experience fraud, robbery, or other ill luck. Every episode concludes with either the family getting taken advantage of or one of the males getting beat up by his wife for making flirtatious advances toward other ladies. The plot begins with Nabeel and Mehmood living together in an apartment as bachelors and ends with both of them getting married and having kids.

Ahmad, a childhood buddy of Nabeel, asks Nabeel to take care of his residence after moving away. As a result, Nabeel starts residing in the flat as the landlord and leases a room to Mehmood.

In search of her companion Saima, Khoobsurat, who fled her wedding only fifteen minutes before it began, arrives at the same apartment.

Bulbulay Drama Series Release and OTT Response

It is such an overwhelming success that it has been used as the template for several popular sitcoms now airing. In essence, the narrative revolves on how the characters’ attempts at straightforward chores are hampered by their sparing use of common sense.

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

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

1. Nabeel as Nabeel (Mumtaz’s son)

Nabeel as Nabeel (Mumtaz's son) Bulbulay
InfoNabeel (Mumtaz’s son)
Real NameNabeel 
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

2. Ayesha Omar as Khoobsurat

Ayesha Omar as Khoobsurat
Real NameAyesha Omar
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 35 crores +

3. Mehmood Aslam as Mehmood sahab

Mehmood Aslam as Mehmood sahab
InfoMehmood sahab
Real NameMehmood Aslam 
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 49 crores +

4. Hina Dilpazeer as Mumtaz (Momo)

Hina Dilpazeer as Mumtaz (Momo)
InfoMumtaz (Momo)
Real NameHina Dilpazeer
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

5. Faatima Nabeel as Chandi

Faatima Nabeel as Chandi
Real NameFaatima Nabeel
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

6. Tariq Butt as Butt Sahab

Tariq Butt as Butt Sahab edited
InfoButt Sahab
Real NameTariq Butt
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

7. Khawaja Akmal as Siddiqui

Khawaja Akmal as Siddiqui
Real NameKhawaja Akmal
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

8. Benita David as Baytab

Benita David as Baytab
Real NameBenita David
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

9. Shahid Khawaja as Dr. Shahid

Shahid Khawaja as Dr. Shahid
InfoDr. Shahid
Real NameShahid Khawaja
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

Bulbulay Drama Series Awards


Bulbulay Drama Series Videos

Bulbulay Drama Series Promo

Bulbulay Drama Series Review

The act provides the audience with the odd short laugh, but no lasting memories, individual experiences, or contemplation are left behind. Once the novelty wears off, its gags and catchphrases won’t be on anyone’s list in the future.

Bulbulay’s success may be attributed to one single factor: a lack of rivals. All Bulbulay had to do was not be too bad, and based on ratings, it appears that the audience decided that it isn’t.

The public wants comedic programming, therefore artists should convince themselves that instead of following the formula. To that end, Bulbulay ought to go down in history as the programme that ushered in the golden age of comedic television, not as the source of Bulbulay ripoffs.

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