Faseel-e-Jaan Se Aagay Season II to Start Airing from 10th June

June 7, 2011

The much awaited Season II of the drama series “Faseel-e-Jaan Se Aagay,” a drama series jointly produced by ISPR and CRS is going to be on air from this Friday on PTV Home at 7:40 pm.

The drama series is an epic journey through the lives of common people, jawans and officers of Pakistan Army who despite all odds stood by their conviction and showed firm resolve to weed out terrorism and rendered invaluable sacrifices in the line of duty. The series is an attempt to unveil the real face of terrorists and militants that have been exploiting the downtrodden in the name of religion.

After a successful Season-I of drama series ‘Faseel-e-Jaan Se Aagay’ telecast on PTV Home during January and February 2011, Season-II is all set to present five new stories from June 10, 2011 onward on every Friday at PTV Home. The hallmark of Season-II will be stories on Army Aviation, Special Services Group (SSG) and 12 Northern Light Infantry (12 NLI) besides one on Lashkar at Buner and one produced in the wake of twin suicide blasts happened at International Islamic University, Islamabad in October 2009.

First drama of Season-II, ‘Parwaz-e-Junoon’ to be telecast on June 10, 2011, covers only one out of hundreds of stories where Army Aviation did wonders during operation ‘Rah-e-Raast’. Based on a true incident when pilots of 2 helicopters (Bell and Cobra) covering an Army convoy, found out an 800 kg heavy 14.5 mm anti aircraft gun installed at one of the mountain tops on their routine route. Realizing the danger, both of them fearlessly eliminated the gunners and lifted the gun and brought it back to their base. ‘Parwaz-e-Junoon’ is written and directed by Kashif Nisar and prominent cast includes Maj. Zahid Bari, Maj. Khalid Maooz, Captain Nauman, Nayyar Ejaz, Faizan Khwaja and Erum Akhtar.

Second drama titled ‘Mehrunnisa Ka Lashkar’, to be telecast on June 17, 2011, is story of one Mehrunnisa, a brave lady of Buner who decided to stand up against the terrorists when they moved to this district in sheer violation of the peace accord. Her determination resulted in creation of a local Lashkar that perpetuated the retreat of terrorists from that area. This drama is written by maestro Asghar Nadeem Syed and directed by Azeem Sajjad. Renowned artist Ayesha Sana played the important role of Mehrunnisa along with Najibullah Anjum and Tariq Jamal in the major roles.

Third drama, ‘Ma’arka-e-Chuprial’, to be telecast on June 24, 2011, is another action packed drama directed by a talented director Azeem Sajjad. It depicts a challenging group action of the soldiers from 12 Northern Light Infantry during operation ‘Rah-e-Raast’ in which they overpowered militants, penetrated deep in to their territory and got hold of two vital peaks. This success opened a strategically crucial approach to Sakhra valley for Pakistani forces. This drama is also written by Asghar Nadeem Syed and prominent cast includes Col. Ather Rana, Maj. Muhammad Adnan, Lt. Tayyab Mahi and Imran Rizvi.

Fourth drama of Season-II, ‘Bilal Shaheed – Ghazanosar Ka Hero’, to be telecast on July 1, 2011, is about a brave and brilliant officer of the Special Services Group (SSG) of Pakistan Army, Capt. Bilal Zafar. He was known for his courage and initiative. He embraced Shahadat during the most important operation at Peochar, the headquarters of militants of Malakand. He led from the front and sacrificed his life in the line of duty – one of the initial martyrs of Operation ‘Rah-e-Raast’ whose sacrifice became a prelude to Pak Army’s historic success in Malakand Division against terrorists. Penned by Zafar Meraj, this drama has Capt. Ahsan Kyanai, Mohsin Gillani and Seem Raheel in the major cast.

The final drama of the Season-II, ‘Muhafiz Ya Masiha’, to be telecast on July 8, 2011, is also written by the seasoned Zafar Meraj. It depicts the coward incident of twin suicide bombings at International Islamic University, Islamabad, that rocked the entire city and sent a wave of shock across the country. The drama is based on original events that took place on that fateful day. It also highlights the gallantry of a Christian employee of the university, Pervez Masih whose timely intervention curtailed the devastation of the blast saving at least fifty lives, while he lost his own. Sarmad Khoosat directed this drama besides performing the prominent role of Pervez Masih. Other cast includes Ghazala Butt and Waqar Khalid.

The heart touching theme song for the Season-II ‘Imtihan Hai Imtihan’ is also written by young maestro Imran Raza and has been jointly sung by Rahat Fateh Ali and Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan. The song has been composed by Sahir Ali Bagga.