Pakistani dramas representing mental illness valiantly: Here are some dramas that have broken norms!
The content of Pakistani dramas has been improved manifold and continue to do since past 10 years. Inculcating the issues that are affecting the society and types of people exist, Pakistani dramas have broadened their canvas of content and creativity. Creating awareness by representing the untold issues prevails in society in a suitable manner, it’s a big achievement to get immense appreciation from the viewers. These Pakistani dramas are applauded by the people and accepted at large scale as they relate the situation with their environs as well. Lately, breaking the norms, Pakistani dramas have accentuated the importance of mental health and how disorders are affecting the society. In this era, every third person is engulfed by mental illness in form of some disorders or depression but are ashamed to accept due to societal shame. It’s time to voice our thoughts and it seems like Pakistani dramas are doing amazing job!
Yeh Dil Mera:
Making a well-informed watch for the viewers simultaneously creating awareness via well-representation of events, Yeh Dil Mera exhibits common mental problems that we ignore or not tell it to anyone. Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza mir are showcasing the situation in quite perfect manner.
Ishq Zahe Naseeb:
Zahid Ahmed had been seen in multiple personality disorder and immaculately acted well in the drama. He disguised as woman and portrayed two characters in same drama, illustrating his versatility.
Sonya Hussayn’s next drama:
In her next project, Sonya Hussayn would be seen as mentally challenged woman predominantly suffering from schizophrenia. These kinds of characters are spreading awareness in society and urging people to seek help of they are suffering from such issues.
Ranjha Ranjha Kardi:
Bhoola as we all know, played by Imran Ashraf gained utmost attention form the viewers and it has educated us as well. These mental challenged people exists in our society and rather than making fun of them we should be considerate!