Jaan’nisar: re-reviving the trust of people

Every episode of the TV series brings a new crime mystery to viewers


Our Correspondent February 02, 2017
Nauman Ejaz. PHOTO: PUBLICITY

KARACHI: Jaan’nisar is a 13-episode drama serial helmed by veteran director Aamir Yousaf. It highlights the issue of rule of law when responsible and efficient media unveil the deep-rooted nexus of politics and police, stated a press release.

The latest production from the banner of CRS, Jaan’nisar highlights crimes against women including sexual harassment, dowry, women trafficking and domestic violence. It also portrays how an honest police officer can play an effective role in curbing crime in society. Dominantly, the TV series is designed to revive people’s trust in state institutions by debating exploitation of the system by the powerful, and showcasing the common man’s struggle to fight injustice and inequality successfully.

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It is televised every Thursday at 8pm on ATV and every Friday at 8:10pm on Aplus. The TV series is set at a police station and every episode brings a new crime mystery to the viewers which is solved by the police successfully, despite all its limitations and capacity issues. The police is shown establishing rule of law by exposing the entrenched link between crime and politics.

The main cast of the series includes Nauman Ejaz, Sohail Sameer, Ghana Ali, Zulqarnain Haider, Saba Faisal, Nayyar Ejaz, Firdous Jamal, Zain Afzal, Jibran Shahid, Qazi Zubair, Sadaf Bhatti, Maira Khan, Iftikhar Qaisr and Javed Babar.

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