Co-produced by MD Productions and Moomal Entertainment, Meer Abru started as a story revolving around a love triangle, but it went on to deliver much more with its interweaving storylines and noteworthy script. Starring Noor Hassan, Sanam Chaudhry, and Mirza Zain Baig, the cast has done a tremendous job with their roles, delivering intense performances one after the other.
After Abro and Saim got married, life hasn’t been all rainbows and butterflies for them. Haya and Waleed’s secret marriage is out in the open and now they have to face the consequences for that. When Haya’s father found out, all hell broke loose and Haya almost got thrown out of the house. Srha Asghar has done a tremendous job in portraying Haya. The carefree Haya is now not the same anymore, and Srha has managed to blend with the needs of the character phenomenal. Her performance was noteworthy, as she wept and cried in front of her father for forgiveness.
The story has made a lot of progress till now, there is still bad blood between Saim, Abro, and Meer. Sanam Jang’s performance as Abro has been one of the best of her career yet, she has managed to portray this steadfast and strong headed girl brilliantly. The bond and the chemistry that the three sisters share is very natural, and is portrayed wonderfully by the trio; Sanam Chaudhry, Srha Asghar, and Rabiya Kulsoom.
Waleed is meant to bring Haya home now after his truth has been out. We can’t wait to see what life would be like for Haya with Waleed, and what more twists and turns await Abro and Meer’s story.