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New ARY Digital Drama Aazmaish Releases Two Teasers For The Fans

Aazmaish is a new series to be aired on ARY Digital starring Kinza Hashmi, Shahood Alvi, Yashma Gill, Laila Wasti and Fahad Sheikh.

The play is directed by Fajr Raza, written by Samina Aijaz and produced by Big Bang Production.

Drama Plot

The drama features the story of a typical woman Laila Wasti, remarried to a man, played by Shahood Alvi.

The teasers show that her decision to remarry has dragged her daughter Nimra into a difficult situation, her daughter’s character is played by Kinza Hashmi who faces Shiza’s anger, Shiza is the daughter of Nimra’s step father played by Yashma Gill.

Shiza has tried to conspire against Nimra and attack her viciously at various times.

Solid Storyline And Cast

The teasers are certainly interesting and entertaining to the public due to their excellent performance and solid story list.

Yashma Gill’s totally negative role is not new to viewers.

Yashma Gill is a Pakistani film and television actress. After starring in supporting role in a number of projects, Gill played the lead roles in the acclaimed projects, Ki Jaana Main Kaun and Kab Mere Kehlaoge, and received praise for playing an antagonist in the romantic series Pyar Ke Sadqay.

She has played such characters before. Kinza’s good role is also not new to the audience, she has played such a character in many shows before.

Kinza Hashmi is a Pakistani television actress. She started her acting career in 2014 and appeared in several television commercials and serials. She played Rushna in Hum TV’s Ishq Tamasha for which she received a nomination for Best Negative Actor at the Hum Awards.

Watch The Teaser

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