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Sarah Khan thanks her fans for letting her drama Raqs-e-Bismil become a huge hit

The popular actress Sarah Khan expressed her happiness and gratitude to fans for making her drama serial “Raqs-e Bismil'' a big hit.

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The drama serial Raqs-e-Bismil, which ended last night, has become one of the most popular dramas starring Sarah Khan and Imran Ashraf in the lead role. Sarah Khan, who played the role of Zohra in the serial, posted a short video last night on her Instagram account and thanked her fans for making the drama popular by showing their love and support.

The actress in her short video which was being filmed by her husband Falak Shabbir in which she expressed her happiness about her fans liking the ending of Raqs-e-Bismil. She went on to say that she would like to thank her fans, Imran Ashraf, producers Wajahat Rauf and Shazia Wajahat for making Raqs-e-Bismil a successful drama.

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Sarah in her video jokingly admitted that she liked how the ending of the drama surprised the viewers as they were not expecting to watch the reunion of Zohra (played by Sarah Khan) and Moosa (played by Imran Ashraf) as they predicted no happy ending for the show.

Talking about her upcoming project, The actress shared that she will now be seen in the upcoming drama Laapata drama which will soon air on Hum TV this month. Written and directed by Khizer Idrees, the drama features Ayeza Khan, Sarah Khan, Ali Rehman Khan, Gohar Rasheed, and Asma Abbas in the lead role.

Sarah Khan and Falak ended the video on a surprise note that they have a surprise for their fans on their first anniversary which is on 16th July!

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Raqs-e-Bismil is a Pakistani television series premiered on Hum TV on 25 December 2020. It is produced by Shazia Wajahat under Showcase Productions. With Sarah khan and Imran ashraf in lead roles the story is about Two brothers, Moosa and Essa, who carry on their father’s conservative and patriarchal ideas and rules while also dealing with women in their family and control every aspect of their lives.

Raqs-e-Bismil had a happy ending and people are absolutely in love with the performance of Imran Ashraf in the last episode of Raqs-e-Bismil.

Let’s have a look at what people have to say about it.

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