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


Khudparast is a Pakistani action thriller Drama series directed by Aabis Raza, that was Released on 6 October 2018 on ARY Digital. The Drama Series star Shahzad Shaikh, Ramsha Khan, and Nausheen Shah are in title roles. Here’s the complete Analysis of Khudparast cast and crew, storyline, Budget, OTT Response, and More.

Khudparast (2019) 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
Star CastShahzad Shaikh
Ramsha Khan
Nausheen Shah
Directed byAabis Raza
ProducersFahad Mustafa
Dr.Ali Kazmi
Big Bang Entertainment
ChannelARY Digital
Original release6 October 2018 –23 March 2019
Running time39 – 40 minutes
DayMonday to Friday (5 Days in a week)

Khudparast Drama Series Storyline

The plot centres on Uswa, a vivacious teenager played by Ramsha Khan who doesn’t adhere to social conventions. Her free-spirited nature irritates her married brothers’ spouses, who are continually planning to ruin her and her older sister, Mariah. She has three brothers who are all married. It is incredible and yet startlingly uncanny how they constantly hate their sisters-in-law. Uswa and Mariah, however, are not exactly role models either because they carry out their fair share of torture as well. Uswa receives a marriage proposal from a fantastically affluent family as the drama progresses. Things start to become intriguing at this point.

Khudparast Drama Series Release and OTT Response

Dramas like Khudparast reflect the reality we all live in rather than merely telling dull stories about love, marriage, and breakups. The small-screen representation of these concerns is a fantastic approach to raise awareness and perhaps inspire some self-reflection in people who frequently engage in abusive or malicious behaviour. Maybe this may help us come one step closer to completely eliminating such ills from our culture.

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

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

1. Shehzad Sheikh as Hanaan

Shehzad Sheikh as Hanaan Khudparast
Real NameShehzad Sheikh
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

2. Ramsha Khan as Uswah

Ramsha Khan as Uswah
Real NameRamsha Khan
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

3. Nausheen Shah as Beenish

Nausheen Shah as Beenish
Real NameNausheen Shah
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthRs. 7 crores +

4. Asma Abbas as Bakhtawar

Asma Abbas as Bakhtawar
Real NameAsma Abbas
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

5. Sajida Syed as Zarina

Sajida Syed as Zarina
Real NameSajida Syed
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

6. Yasmeen Haq as Maria

Yasmeen Haq as Maria
Real NameYasmeen Haq
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

7. Hassan Ahmed as Moiz

Hassan Ahmed as Moiz
Real NameHassan Ahmed
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

8. Saife Hassan as Saad

Saife Hassan as Saad
Real NameSaife Hassan
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

9. Sabahat Adil as Zoya

Sabahat Adil as Zoya
Real NameSabahat Adil
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

10. Aamir Qureshi as Umer

Aamir Qureshi as Umer
Real NameAamir Qureshi
Salary Per EpisodeNot known
Net WorthNot known

Khudparast Drama Series Awards


Khudparast Drama Series Videos

Khudparast Drama Series Promo

Khudparast Drama Series Review

Despite being a central topic, the drama does not only focus on sexism and the oppression of women after marriage. It goes on to draw attention to a number of other important concerns, such as the widespread hypocrisy in Pakistani society. On the surface, Uswa’s in-laws appear to be the epitome of a devout family, but if you delve deeper, you can see the demons they are attempting to bury under their wealth.

This programme accurately portrays Pakistan’s ugly side as an orientalist society. It perfectly encapsulates a society in which culture is more important than fundamental human rights, where religion can be shaped to suit the needs of the powerful, and where hypocrites prosper while the truthful suffer.

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