Previously, the Kashf foundation gave the Pakistani audiences a hit TV drama Udaari.
The story of Udaari focused on the social and economic marginalization of citizens in Pakistani society and highlighted the deeply rooted problems in Pakistan such as child sexual abuse, the uptake of music as a career, false police involvements and negative political supports, in order to break the myths and taboos which surround these issues by providing real solutions to serious problems.
Now, after the success of Udaari, Kashf Foundation has embarked on another such venture highlighting social issues.
An upcoming drama serial which is likely to be titled as ‘Akhri Station’ is a mini series that will be directed and produced by Sarmad Khoosat.
According to Sanam Saeed, who is to star in the upcoming drama,
“The plot revolves around seven women who meet on a train… The mini series contains the story of each of those seven women.”
Without revealing much, Saeed said all seven stories surround a social issue.
“My character’s story is based on handling mental health challenges and spreading awareness about depression,” the actor added.
Additionally, Mikaal Zulfiqar, another actor part of the series revealed that the project has been written by Amna Mufti in collaboration with Asghar Nadeem Syed.
“The cast also includes Sanam Saeed, Nimra Bucha, Anam Gohar and myself, along with a few new faces,” he further said.
As the project is currently under production, the channel where it will be aired has yet to be decided.