Mantaha Tareen Maqsood
Rizwan Taseer, an established businessman and his wife Falak, a liberal minded drama director have spent the best years of their married life together and share an ideal relation based on mutual support and trust when one day, their lives are invaded by Taseer's childhood friend Arif who has reached the point of his financial and emotional breakdown and has been offered by Taseer to stay at his house when he returns to Pakistan after his bankruptcy. While Falak feels threatened by Arif's negative presence, Taseer is unaware that the friend he is trying to save is an enemy who has set his mind on destroying him
Choti Si Zindagi
Set In the late 1970s, the story of HUM’s newest period drama, Choti Si Zindagi focuses on teen marriages. The story unfolds in a small village and revolves around Urwa and Ameena. Urwa is a teenager and studies in the city but his narrow-minded father, in fear of losing his son, gets him engaged to his niece Ameena and notifies him via a letter. After a failed attempt to talk to his father about this engagement against his will, Urwa has no choice left but to marry Ameena, leave her with his parents to enjoy his life in the city where he has an affair with his classmate Azra. Will Urwa find his way out of this forced marriage or will he succumb to his family’s pressure and honour?