Pakistani dramas today make good use of their original soundtracks, first using them to attract viewers and then making sure that different parts of these soundtracks in the series are effectively used to add power to some of the scenes. of the most talented musicians and singers. Most of the time it is the writers who write the scripts for the dramas who also write the lyrics for these OSTs. This year’s competition was tough, as in previous years, but there were definitely some OSTs that were clear winners.
1. Khuda Aur Mohabbat
Khuda aur Mohabbat returned with its third season, which is a hit with audiences. The drama has one of the most relaxing and moving soundtracks among the latest shows. The OST sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan is a masterpiece and will keep you posted forever.
Fitoor drama is Geo TV’s latest romantic drama. Hiba Bukhari is the lead actress in a drama. OST of Geo TV drama serial Fitoor is very interesting and beautiful. Aima Baig and Shani Arshad are singers of Geo TV drama serial Fitoor. Lyrics of drama serial Fitoor OST are written by Sabir Zafar.
3. Raqse Bismil
Raqs-e-Bismil drama is based on a moving story with the beautiful Sarah Khan and the talented Imran Ashraf in an ideal cast. Sarah Khan and Imran Ashraf are paired for the first time for a drama series. Raqs-e-Bismil is directing the famous Wajahat Rauf. This drama is a combined production by Shazia Wajahat and Momina Duraid. The OST is sung by Vicky Akbar.
4. Pehli Si Mohabbat
The awaited and melodious OST is sung by none other than Ali Zafar. Gohar Mumtaz has composed the OST whereas it is written by Asad Shah. Pehli Si Mohabbat stars Paray Hut Love duo Maya Ali and Sheheryar Munawar in the lead roles. Both of them are making their comeback on the small screen after a long hiatus.
5. Chupke Chupke
Chupke Chupke OST is sung by none other than maestro Ali Zafar and Naimal Roy. The melodious lyrics are written by Ali Zafar & Naveed Nashad. From ost to the cast it’s master piece for the audience and because of OST people enjoyed the drama more