Presented & produced by ISPR, Six Sigma Plus Production & Next Level Entertainment, while directed by Nadeem Baig. And written by Umera Ahmed. The title Sinf-e-Ahan means ‘Women of Steel‘, premiered last night. The episode is based on the story of 5 girls who dream of being a part of Pakistan Army.
The drama has kept all of us excited and hooked ever since the announcement made with a strong female cats. The drama is a joint collaboration between ISPR, Samina Humayun Saeed, Sana Shahnawaz of Next Level Entertainment. Humayun Saeed and Shahzad Nasib of Six Sigma Plus.
Sinf-E-Ahan: Storyline And Character
The first episode was definitely quite eventful. However, the best part was that all leading women got equal screentime to express their individual story. The first episode set the tone of what is going to serve as the driving force for these 5 girls to make this life-changing decision for themselves.
Interestingly, the cast of Sinf-e-Ahan is so elaborate, that it will offer something to everybody who’s watching. Audience is going to find such a character amongst these 5 girls with who they will easily resonate. It was interesting to see how they kept the story contemporary with references to the real-life dynamics.
Sinf-E-Ahan: First Episode
Very first scene of this drama gives very beautiful and different walks of the leading women characters. However, the vulnerability portrayed by this drama is par excellence. The characters introduced in a thorough manner with their lifestyles. Each families dynamic are presented well that we immediately understand where they come from.
Sajal Aly As Rabia
Rabia Safeer played by Sajal Aly, belongs to an Army background, she is a class topper too. She has been portrayed as a topper student, capable of doing so much but being restrained. Because her parents think getting her married at this age is the best decision for her. She feels bad but because she respects her parents enough, she obliges.
Kubra Khan As Mahjabeen
Mahjabeen Mastaan played by Kubra Khan, comes from a privileged spectrum of the society. While people from afar might see her life as completely perfect & normal. But only she knows what she goes through where her parents share a toxic relationship. Mahjabeen is too inspired by General Nigar. And despite dictated by her mother, she wants to enjoy the life of glory. Mahjabeen is a corporate lawyer & she decided to opt for it because her mother wanted to.
Yumna Zaidi As Shaista
Shaista Khanzada aka Yumna Zaidi is from a Pathan background. Her family is also in talks with a family to get her married. Shaista is shown to be a very intelligent & quick-witted girl. The best part about her is that she knows what she is capable of. She has a general setting in her family. She will definitely not be supported initially, but she definitely is not a quitter.
Ramsha Khan As Pariwesh
Next, Pariwesh Jamal played by Ramsha Khan, a young & fierce Balochi girl who has a supportive father. But the kind of mother who does not have exposure where she would support her daughter in her endeavors. The Sardar of their tribe wants Pariwesh married to one of his servants. But it looks like her father won’t accept the proposal.
Syra As Arzoo
Last but not the least, Arzoo Daniel played by Syra Yousuf, seen from Chjristian background with a supportive father. She too faces demons but is quite mature & calm to deal with it all herself. She is involved in a relationship with Noraiz. Meanwhile, Noraiz played by Asad Siddique) does not really see her worthy enough of being his partner.
Indeed, Sinf-E-Ahan has given a fresh start and has been kept apart from all the ongoing dramas. Read more.