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Raqeeb Se Drama Review – Here’s All You Need To Know

Raqeeb Se- Overview

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Raqeeb Se is a beautiful romantic drama serial with a leading role played by Hadiqa Kiani (Sakina), Numan Ijaz (Maqsood), and Iqra Aziz (Ameera). Momina Duraid produced, Bee Gul Wrote, and Kashif Nisar directed the drama serial. Its first episode hit a viewership of more than 4.2 Million on YouTube. The drama lists among the top 10 Pakistani dramas of the year. Let’s have a look at the Raqeeb Se drama review.

Raqeeb Se drama review

Cast

  1. Sakina- Hadiqa Kiani
  2. Maqsood- Numan Ijaz
  3. Hajra- Sania Saeed
  4. Ameera- Iqra Aziz
  5. Insha- Faryal Mahmud
  6. Rafique- Saqib Sameer
  7. Abdul Rehman- Hamza Suhail
  8. Masud- Salman Shahid
  9. Atka- Saba Faisal
  10. Kashif- Hassan Meer
  11. Maasi Anaran- Ismat Iqbal

Raqeeb Se drama review

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Story Line

Raqeeb Se drama review

The story of the drama reflects a complex ride of emotions. Looking into the details, the story revolves around an abandoned love story between two villagers who left each other due to crucial circumstances. After 20 years, Sakina comes to the door of Maqsood who was her love interest years ago. Sakina seeks help from Maqsood against the constant and brutal beating of her husband.

Maqsood, who is also married and has a daughter, chooses to be kind and allows Sakina and her daughter to stay with his family. As the story unfolds, many interesting turns of events take place. Hajra, the wife of Maqsood, is very loving and obedient towards her husband. Both Hajra and Sakina develop a friendly bond over the months of living together.

The drama ends with a great message for mothers and daughters alike. In addition to it, the story also highlights the importance of an honest man regardless of the circumstances. One of the key messages that we can take from Raqeeb Se is that the cycle of abuse may seem too hard to break, but it is possible.

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