Chupke Chupke

Chupke Chupke

                              Chupke chupke is a most romantic comedy drama. It is full of fun, romance, comedy, entertaining and quarrel. This story is based on love and comedy. Its story is revolve around Nawab Shab who has two wives name Niak Bakht and Naik Perwar. At every occasion both are fight with each other. Nawab Ssahab treated them equally. He had taken the two wives to a separate house. One house called “Nawab house” where Naik Bakht lives and other housw was called “Nawab Villa” where naik Perwar lives.

                                                                      Muniha (menu) is a granddaughter of Naik Perwar. She is very careless and has no interest in study. Her father wants her to do M.A Mathematics but every time she fails. Faraz (fazi) is a grandson of Naik Bakht. Fazi has three sisters. His elder sister name Gul-e-rana (Gul) which is one minutes bigger than that. She is married with miskeen who is the Son-in-law of the house. His little sister name Ramisha (mishi) is very cute. She loves Hadi who is the grandson of Naik Perwar.

                                                                                                       Hadi is educated man but he can’t find a job anywhere. Fazi is a menu’s teacher. He is very strick. Menu call him “Genghis Khan”. Waleed is a little brother of Hadi. Menu and Waleed are crime partner. Menu and Fazi are love-hate relationship.

                                                                                                    In this drama Ayeza Khan play a lead role as Menu. Osman Khalid Butt play a lead role as Fazi. Aymen Saleem play a lead role as Mishi. Arslan Naseer play a lead as Hadi. This famous drama is written by Saima Akram Chudhary and its produce by Momina Duraid under their production banner MD Production.  

  • Drama: Chupke chupke
  • Country: Pakistan
  • Episodes: Completed
  • Aired: 14th April 2021
  • Aired On: Daily
  • Original Network: HUM TV
  • Duration: 1 hr.
  • Content Rating: 13+ – Teens or older
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