Lal Ishq-sequel to the much hyped 'Landa Bazaar' to air from October 14th on A-Plus

Fifteen years later in Lal Ishq, Babar Ali reprises his role as Baali who is now even more entangled in the underworld.

It's great to see A Plus coming up with worth watching dramas and concepts one after another. The channel is certainly building its credibility even stronger when it comes to quality drama content for the masses. After the Romantic-thriller drama 'Dil Nawaz' that's creating ripples with its exciting storyline, A Plus is all set to air 'Lal Ishq' the sequel to Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar's 'Landa Bazar' from 14th October 2017.

Lal Ishq the much awaited sequel of the iconic Landa Bazaar will be premiered from 14th October, exactly after 15 years of the airing of Landa Bazaar. The much anticipated drama will depict a story of love and revenge and will feature Saba Hameed, Waseem Abbas, Babar Ali, Arslan Idrees and Faryal Mehmood in prominent roles.

Lal Ishq like Landa Bazaar has also been written by Khalil ur Rehman Qamar and is being directed by Dilawar Malik. The prequel, Landa Bazaar featured Ali Zafar as well but this time the fans are in for a disappointment as Zafar will not be seen in the play.

With Lal ishq's trailer and OST going around on A Plus we are rather impressed with the grand sets, Saba Hameed's visibly strong character and Faryal Mehmood's beautiful looks.

Landa Bazaar centered around a young man named Baali (Babar Ali), and his struggle to live and survive in a world of crime and corruption whilst also trying to build a relationship with his fiancée, Zohra (Farah Shah). Fifteen years later in Lal Ishq, Babar Ali reprises his role as Baali who is now even more entangled in the underworld.

Most of the original cast will also be seen along with the new members Arsalan Mehmood , Faryal Mehmood and Turab Khalil, son of Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar, as this serial will mark his debut in the drama industry.

To see if the sequel has the same drama, power and story as Landa Bazaar, stay tuned to HIP while we bring you the review for Lal Ishq's 1st episode as soon as it airs.

'Lal Ishq' the sequel to the iconic TV serial 'Landa Bazaar' to air on A-Plus

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