Parizaad - OST

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Written byHashim Nadeem
Directed byShahzad Kashmiri
Theme music composerWaqar Ali
Country of originPakistan
Original language(s)Urdu
No. of episodes3 (as of 3 August 2021)
Executive producer(s)Momina Duraid
Editor(s)Syed Tanveer Alam
Running timeapprox. 38-40 minutes
Production company(s)MD Productions
Original networkHum TV
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Audio formatStereophonic sound
First shown inPakistan
Original release20 July 2021 –
External links
Website Logo.png Search Parizaad on Amazon.

Parizaad is a an Urdu-language Pakistani drama television series based on the novel of same name by Hashim Nadeem.[1] It stars Ahmed Ali Akbar in the titular role alongside Ushna Shah, Urwa Hocane, Saboor Aly and Mashal Khan on prominent roles.[2][3][4] The serial airs a weekly episode starting from 20 July 2021 on Hum TV.[5][6]


  • Ahmed Ali Akbar as Parizaad[7]
  • Ushna Shah as Naheed
  • Taniya Hussain as Kanwal
  • Urwa Hocane
  • Saboor Aly[8]
  • Syed Mohammad Ahmed as Mirza Sahab
  • Nauman Ijaz
  • Mashal Khan
  • Adnan Shah Tipu as Akbar
  • Nadia Afgan
  • Mizna Waqas
  • Nargis Rasheed as Amna
  • Salma Hassan
  • Raza Ali Abid as Shoki
  • Paras Masroor as Asghar
  • Madiha Rizvi
  • Saleem Mairaj as Manzoor
  • Ismat Zaidi as Sakeena
  • Kiran Tabeer as Saeeda
  • Ahmed Taha Ghani as Majid
  • Laila Zuberi as Hajjan Buaa
  • Adeel Afzal as Ahmed Nasaaz
  • Saad Azhar
  • Dilnasheen Mazhar
  • Yumna Zaidi[9]


No. Title Directed by Written by Run Time Original air date Reference
1"Episode 1"Shahzad KashmiriHashim Nadeem36:3020 July 2021 (2021-07-20)[10]
Parizaad births in the house of a labour, Manzoor. He gets older and after the death of his parents, his personality fades against his dominating brothers and sisters-in-law. As a good student of Urdu, he is offered to give Urdu tution to Naheed, his neighbour. One of Parizaad's ruffian friend writes letter from him for Naheed and drops it mistakingly in Naheed's house. Mirza sahab finds the letter and recognises the hand-writting of Parizaad.


Parizaad - OST
📅 Released23 June 2021 (2021-06-23)
🎙️ Recorded2021
⏳ Length4:43
🏷️ LabelM.D Productions
🤑 ProducerMomina Duraid
Music video
"Parizaad" OST on YouTube Logo.png Buy this album Parizaad or listen to it on amazon

The official soundtrack of the serial has been composed by Waqar Ali and sung by Asrar while the lyrics are written by Hashim Nadeem.[11]


  1. Report, Staff (2019-04-12). "Parizad is a beautiful tale of poetry and self-discovery". Daily Times. Retrieved 2021-07-17.
  2. "Ahmed Ali Akbar, Saboor Aly, Ushna Shah team up for Parizaad". 21 June 2021.
  3. "Hum TV Gears Up To Bring 2 Major Dramas In July". 21 June 2021.
  4. Raja Moini (3 July 2021). "Blackface and TV's deeply-rooted colour bias". Express Tribune. Retrieved 4 July 2021.
  5. "Drama serial Parizaad gets a release date". Something Haute. 2021-07-15. Retrieved 2021-07-17.
  6. "3 Upcoming Pakistani Dramas To Watch In July 2021". Dispatch News Desk. 6 July 2021. Retrieved 17 July 2021.
  7. "Parizaad starring Ahmed Ali Akbar in the lead looks promising so far".
  8. Staff Report (20 July 2021). "Ahmed Ali Akbar and Saboor star in 'Parizaad'; a drama based on pain and deceit". Daily Times. Retrieved 20 July 2021.
  9. "Yumna Zaidi and Ahmed Ali Akbar are finally coming back together for Parizaad". Mag The Weekly. Retrieved 2021-07-17.
  10. "Parizaad Episode-1 Review: Beginning of an interesting but problematic story premises". OyeYeah. 2021-07-21. Retrieved 2021-07-21.
  11. Omair Alavi (2021-07-05). "4 Reasons That Make HUM TV's Parizaad A Must Watch!". Hip In Pakistan. Retrieved 2021-07-17.

Category:Urdu-language television shows Category:Hum TV Category:Hum Network Limited Category:Hum TV original programming Category:Urdu-language telenovelas Category:Pakistani telenovelas Category:Television series created by Momina Duraid Category:2021 Pakistani television series debuts Category:Pakistani romantic drama television series Category:Television series by MD Productions Category:MD Productions Category:Pakistani television dramas based on novels

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