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Mr. Khan’s Review on Nadaaniyaan (2008 – 10)

A review on Pakistani Sitcom, Nadaaniyaan (2008 – 10). Its Production House is Fareed Nawaz Productions while Distributor is Geo Entertainment.



+ Crew

  • Directed by Yasir Nawaz
  • Cinematography by Naeem Mustafa
  • Written by Ali Raza Khan
  • Edited by Wajahat Ullah (Waji) Khan
  • Produced by Nida Yasir





+ Note

Nadaaniyaan aired on Geo Entertainment from March 2008 – 2010. In total it consists of 104 episodes. The story follows the life and times of Yasir, his wife Nida, his brother Danish and their quickly neighbor, Uncle Kamal. They often get into all sorts of pranks, sometimes fooling those around them or being taken themselves for a ride.

Nida Yasir is married (in real life) with Yasir Nawaz. Just like this sitcom, Danish Nawaz is her brother-in-law. Nida has made her most the career as a model and producer. She has a successful morning show at ARY Digital by the name of Good Morning Pakistan. The writer, Ali Imran has scripted another hit sitcom, Bulbulay (2009). The music is composed by Waqar Ali.

All the cast members played fictionalized versions of themselves.




+ Main Cast

  1. Danish Nawaz as Himself
  2. Yasir Nawaz as Himself
  3. Nida Yasir as Herself
  4. Mirza Shahi as Batuta Chacha Kamal





+ Guest Cast

  1. Umer Sharif as Film Director
  2. Sajal Ali as Sumbul
  3. Badar Khalil as Badar Khaala
  4. Sabreen Hisbani as Maid
  5. Humayun Saeed as Himself
  6. Mohib Mirza as Ishrat
  7. Salman Sheikh as Himself
  8. Uroosa Siddiqui as Herself
  9. Mustafa Qureshi as Himself
  10. Neelam Muneer as Herself
  11. Hina Dilpazeer as Chef Rahat
  12. Ayaz Khan as Police Ayaz Sahab
  13. Bushra Ansari as Baaji
  14. Mahjabeen Habib as Herself
  15. Ashraf khan as Nida’s Boss
  16. Moin Akhter as PK Uncle




+ Plot

What you get when you bring together a clueless husband, his ditzy wife, and his clumsy little brother? Lots and lots of mischief, of course.





+ High Points

i – The long list of cameos in many different episodes, usually playing as themselves, had made the viewers to be interested towards this TV series.




+ Low Points

i – All the technicalities, whether its camera handling, production design, editing… are just workable.





+ Overall
Nadaaniyaan is a light comedy sitcom, which is watchable as a good time pass.




Rate: 3.0 out of 5 stars


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