5 Reasons Why Fans Love Mere Humsafar Drama

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Mere humsafar drama

Mere Humsafar is an ongoing drama on ARY Digital and fans love a lot about it. It comes on-air every Thursday and every episode makes the viewers fall for it ever again. There are just a few love story dramas that let people feel butterflies and Mere Humsafar drama is the one. The beginning of the drama remained usual but it is becoming more captivating with every passing episode. The story is about an innocent girl Hala who gets married to her cousin Hamza. However, her mother-in-law, Tayi Jaan (Shahjahan) does not accept this marriage. It seems to be an average Pakistani drama story but there are many things that people adore.

Hala and Hamza Chemistry in Mere Humsafar Drama

Mere Humsafar drama

In future, Hala and Hamza will be honing all the upcoming best onscreen couple awards. The innocent and cute relationship that they have on-screen is setting relationship goals for the people of Pakistan and elsewhere. Firstly, they got married by chance but their bond is developing over each passing episode. there is not even a single episode deprived of their aww striking scenes. Their scenes have taken over social media.


The OST is simply love! The fans seem to be listening to it on repeat. The lyrics, music, and composition are a pleasure to listen to. Yashal Shahid, Amanat Ali, and Zaheer Abbas have done a great job to complement the drama with a masterpiece OST.

Hamza’s Character in Particular

Hamza’s character is what all brown men ought to be. His caring and loving personality toward Hala is setting the standards high in the minds of viewers. The girls could not stop themselves from admiring Hamza and praying for one such kind to be in their destiny.

Along with his marital relationship with Hala, Hamza is a great character who knows how to create a balance between his wife and his mother. He is the best son, grandson, brother, and husband. So, he is one of the most important reasons for the popularity of Mere Humsafar because such kinds are rare to witness.


The drama is popular because, unlike other Pakistani dramas, there is simplicity in the appearance of the characters. The characters appear in simple dresses and light makeup without having any lavish clothes or heavy makeup. This aspect is bringing reality to what makers show on the screen.

Rumi’s Character

Rumi’s character has brought a new depth to the drama by introducing psychological and family issues in the drama. Recently, her scenes from the drama shows how kids face a lack of attention and love which leads them astray. Within a typical family story, this is what people need to understand and many of the viewers will realize how they are doing wrong to their kids.

Duaa Naeem
Duaa Naeem
Dua is a seasoned writer who loves to write on Pakistani Entertainment and Infotainment while having her Masters in English literature

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