Ye Dil Mera
Writer: Farhat Ishtiyaq
Director: Ahsan Talish
Channel: Hum TV
Cast: Ahad Raza Mir, Sajal Aly, Adnan Siddique, Rabia Butt, Paras Masroor, Natasha Hussain and others.
It is a fact that Ye Dil Mera has had directorial flaws to its credit, however, the writer Farhat Ishtiyaq most certainly has written the kind of script which is not only different and also showcases the lives of people struggling with Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in a very convincing manner. Ye Dil Mera definitely needed a director with the vision to approach it the way it deserved to be in order to make it a lot more realistic and convincing but that did not turn out to be the case. However, it can not be taken away that the overall drama is definitely interesting because it explores the genre which is rarely brought to our TV screens. The writer has done a brilliant job of adding so many layers into the male protagonist. The element of thrill and suspense in Ye Dil Mera also makes it interesting and leaves the viewers guessing as well as looking forward to the next episode. Every single episode may have its directional and continuity issues, but it still succeeds in gripping the interest of the viewers. The story of a young boy witnessing the murder of his family and him coming back to avenge their death makes it a very interesting plot. The way Amaan trapped Meer Farooq through Ana was quite a ride and now it is left to be seen how he will unravel the rest of his plans. Ahad Raza Mir and Sajal Aly’s pairing as well as their phenomenal acting also adds a lot more weightage to this drama.