The return of ‘Ainak Wala Jin’

Second part to mostly have the same actors, first episode will be called 'Nastoor Jin ki Wapsi', says Shahzad Qaiser.


August 29, 2012

LAHORE: Pakistan Television (PTV) will air the second part of its famous drama serial “Ainak Wala Jin” which had achieved heights of popularity during 1993-1996 through its first part.           

“We will start the series from where its first part ended. The drama series is being started again to provide fun in a healthy atmosphere to people belonging to all age groups including children, women and men,” said Shahzad Qaisar, who played the central character of Ainak Wala Jin in the first part.

Qaiser said that the viewers would be able to enjoy scenic beauty including attractive sites of Azad Kashmir and other parts of the country in the series.

The play will have a lot of fun and amusement for the viewers as its writer Tariq Sahili has made a conscious effort to provide opportunity of humour and entertainment to them in a healthy atmosphere, he added.

Qaiser further said that the series is being launched as per the demands of the people who were fed up with watching “indecent” dialogues and negativities portrayed in TV shows in the name of entertainment.

Almost all the team of the series will be the same except for those actors who had to be replaced because of their ages and other issues, he said and added that Idrees Adil will be the director while Shafqat Cheema will serve the role of the villain.

The series will begin on Eidul Azha and the first play will be titled “Nastoor Jin ki Wapsi”, Qaiser hoped.

COMMENTS (43)

Waqar Ali Hussaini | 9 years ago | Reply Please don't change the old animati0n style... it will pleasure to have old trend :)
sadia | 9 years ago | Reply

Good old days. Time passes so fast. I was a kid then and now i hv a kid. Won't b able to watch tht.

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