Who doesn’t remember “Mehndi”, the PTV project that changed the course of family dramas’ history by bringing together an ensemble cast to weave a story revolving around multiple family issues.
Seema Ghazal, who was already a respectable name for having written “Manzilein” and “Mera Ghar Aik Whirlpool” grew all the more popular with the rich and powerful story that “Mehndi” was. Then followed a time when Seema Ghazal’s name would never disappear from the screen, be it “Hum Se Juda Na Hona”, “Singhar”, “Chandni Raatein”, “Kisey Awaz Doon”, “Panaah”, “Kitni Door Kitne Paas”, “Chaahat”, “Phir Youn Love Hua” and the list goes on and on to finish on the satellite television for which Ghazal wrote “Ashti”, “Chaar Chaand”, “Chand Parosa”, “Kaun Jaane Kia Hona Hai”, “Noor Bano”, “Phir Kho Jaye Na” and “Dil e Jaanam”.
Seema Ghazal, after having written more than a hundred serials for Pakistan, has finally taken a break and now stays in touch with her fans only through social media. Like all other celebrities, the writer too expressed grievance over the loss of Pakistan’s famous comedian, Umer Shareef on the October 2, 2021. While most of the actors, directors and writers shared their photos with the comedian in the form of memories, Seema Ghazal took to Facebook to share an episode from Umer Shareef’s popular show called “The Shareef Show”. In the episode which the writer had shared, Umer Shareef had invited her over as a guest to have a lively conversation with her.
While sharing the YouTube video, Ghazal had written “Yaadgaar Program” (Memorable Program) as the caption of the video.