Aunn Zara revolves around two individuals, Aunn and Zara. Both are equally spoiled by their families but are poles apart. Both get married (to avoid the problems faced due to their families) and find twists in each turn.


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Credited cast:
Maya Ali ...  Zara
Hina Khawaja Bayat Hina Khawaja Bayat ...  Husna
Osman Khalid Butt Osman Khalid Butt ...  Aunn
Nasreen Qureshi Nasreen Qureshi ...  Dadi


The story revolves around Aunn and Zara. Aunn is the only son in his family who is pampered by everyone in his family and is treated is a child, while Zara is the only daughter of a single parent. Her father wants her join air force. Both get married as Aunn wants everyone to stop treating him as a child and as Zara want to live a family life which she can only get by getting married. Equally spoiled yet poles apart in both temperament and training, Aunn and Zara's wedding leads the couple to a life definitely low on love but hilariously high on drama with a twist at every turn. Written by M.S

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18 June 2013 (Pakistan) See more »

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Lahore, Pakistan

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A slice of life comedy about a bratty boy grown up in a female dominated family who marries a tomboyish girl who was brought up in a male dominated family.
8 June 2016 | by DipakBhambhaniSee all my reviews

Aunn Zara was so true to life. Every character so authentic, crafted by both, writers and the actors.

As an audience you could feel such a strong connection with this family and the kind of relationship they share with each other. What I like the most about them is that they are not perfect, their actions both positive ones and negative ones are shown. For example, along with the mother's loving nature, her selfish behavior somewhere is also shown and she realizes it soon enough. Thus, the show doesn't give the audience time to wonder why something illogical is happening because the characters mend their ways soon enough instead of dragging the plot, hence, leading to new twists & turns. You journey along with the characters.

More than drama and romance, it's a comedy at it's best. Comedy of Errors (lot of misunderstandings and confusions), Comedy of Manners (dadi's language and mannerisms steal the show, lifestyle differences between Aunn's family and Zara's family). It has elements of a classic farce.

The cinematography, production design and especially the background music are all superb. The writing is very thoughtful. All the actors have played their characters with great charm, Dadi, Ammi, Phupho, Zara's Daddy, and Aunn & Zara of course.

I'll be so grateful if they make a sequel to it.

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