Geo TV has confirmed the launch of two new fictions starting this weekend.
‘Mera Kya Qasoor Tha’ will take to the air on Saturday nights, while ‘Mannat’ will fill the Sunday night 20:00 slot.
‘Mera Kya Qasoor Tha’ narrates the story of Shaista (Sonia Mishal) whose indebted father tied her knot with benefactor’s son at the age of playing toys and juvenile. Qudrat Shahab, an affluent business tycoon along with Wajid shah converts their business understanding in a relationship. Life was going on a peaceful track but Qudrat Shahab’s brother-in-law starts making diabolic schemes against this relationship. Qudrat Shahab poor health leads him to travel abroad for the treatment along with his family. The sudden disappearance of Qudrat Shahab’s family from scene makes Wajid Shah concerned about his daughter’s future.
The wheel of time keeps rotating continuously and Shaista takes admission in an institute for MBA studies. Here she finds an honorary lecturer Rohail (Zahid Ahmed), who is almost ten year older than her. He belongs to a rich family background, well-educated and has sensible ideology towards life. Handsome Rohail catches some feelings for Shaista and wants to marry her. Despite knowing the sincere intentions of Rohail, she deliberately avoids him. This puzzle makes Rohail more curious about Shaista and he starts making efforts to attain her.
What future really holds for Rohail’s love? Will he manage to marry with already married Shaista?
‘Mera Kya Qasoor Tha’ from Saturday 19th November at 20:00.
‘Mannat’ belongs to a lower middle class family and is raised by her uncle. Her Uncle sells her to a well of family by getting her married to the only male in that family. The rest of the family comprises only of widows. The poor orphan girl who is already in love with someone is now married to a man with a curse. This family curse is, that all the men of the family die as soon they turn twenty-seven. Mannat’s husband is about to turn 25. The widows get him married before he turns twenty-five, so that the birth of his son can save the family name. The curse comes as a shock for Mannat on the wedding day.
Married life becomes a burden for Mannat. She is expected to give birth to a son and being the only educated woman in the family, she has to deal with illiterate women of the house. Moreover, she tries to convince her husband that it’s just a myth, and this kind of curse doesn’t exist. She gives him positive hopes that he would have a long life, while keeping her ex love in heart.
The story takes a drastic twist when Mannat is unable to give birth and her husband is about to turn twenty seven. What would be the last resort for Mannat to save her husband? Will the curse affect the last man of the house as well? Will she be able to save her family from the curse, or will she make her own life easy by going back to her love?
‘Mannat’ airs from Sunday 20th November at 20:00.