Yun Tu Hai Pyar Bohut OST :A Melodic Masterpiece from Hum TV

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Aima, a determined young woman studying law, shoulders the responsibility of providing for her family, consisting of her mother and immature younger sister, Naji.

Despite facing challenges, Aima remains focused on her goals.

Her romantic interest lies with her cousin, Zain, who lacks Aima’s drive and ambition, aspiring instead to become a singer. However, their relationship faces hurdles as Zain’s carefree attitude clashes with Aima’s serious demeanor.

Complicating matters further is Aima’s father, Mohsin, who abandoned the family years ago to marry Roohi. Mohsin’s daughter from his second marriage, Sonia, shares a passion for music with Zain.

As Aima distances herself from Zain due to his irresponsibility, she finds solace in her career, landing a job assisting a senior lawyer. Meanwhile, Zain moves to Lahore in pursuit of better opportunities and resides with a couple, Maqsood and Deena, along with their son, Sarwaar.

Cast:

Main:
– Affan Waheed as Zain
– Hira Mani as Aima

Recurring:
– Sabeena Syed as Sonia
– Javaid Sheikh as Mohsin
– Nadia Hussain as Roohi
– Abeer Sajid as Naji/Nazreen
– Akhtar Hasnain as Rehan
– Komal Rizvi as Noor
– Muneeb Baig
– Hina Chaudhary as Beena
– Mariam Mirza as Talat
– Fawad Jalal as Sarwar (Saru)
– Qaiser Khan Nizamani as Advocate
– Rizwan Ali Jaffri as Fakher
– Faisal Masood
– Abdullah (child star)

The original soundtrack of the popular Pakistani drama Yun Tu Hai Pyar Bohut has left audiences entranced with its soul-stirring melodies and poignant lyrics.

Sung by talented playback singers Jibran Raheel, Hira Mani, and Ayaz Sheikh, and composed by the renowned AD Studio, this television soundtrack has captured the hearts of viewers across the nation.

Recorded in 2021 at AD Studio, the OST boasts a runtime of 1 minute and 33 seconds, delivering a powerful musical experience in the Urdu language.

Produced under the esteemed label of Hum TV and helmed by producer Syed Adeel Ali, the OST epitomizes the essence of the drama series it accompanies.

The lyrics, penned by SK Khalish, resonate deeply with listeners, reflecting the emotional journey depicted in Yun Tu Hai Pyar Bohut. Each note is infused with passion and depth, drawing listeners into the world of the show and enhancing their connection to the characters and their stories. What sets this OST apart is its versatility.

Featuring multiple versions sung by different playback singers, including Ayaz Sheikh, Jibran Raheel, and Hira Mani, the soundtrack offers a variety of interpretations, each imbued with its own unique charm. From the captivating main version to the emotive slow rendition, each iteration of the OST adds layers of emotion and complexity to the viewing experience.

Accompanied by a captivating music video available on YouTube, the Yun Tu Hai Pyar Bohut OST has garnered widespread acclaim for its exceptional musical quality and evocative storytelling. It serves as a testament to the power of music in enhancing the narrative of a television series and leaving a lasting impression on its audience.

As fans continue to be captivated by the drama and its enchanting soundtrack, Yun Tu Hai Pyar Bohut stands as a shining example of the magic that unfolds when music and storytelling intertwine seamlessly on screen.

Quick Facts about “Yun Tu Hai Pyar Bohut”

– Genre: Romance, Serial drama
– Written by: Aliya Bukhari
– Directed by: Kashif Saleem
– Starring: Hira Mani, Affan Waheed, Sabeena Syed, Javed Sheikh, Nadia Hussain, Komal Rizvi, Mariam Mirza
– Theme music composer: AD Studio
– Opening theme: “Yun Tu Hai Pyaar Bohut”
– Country of origin: Pakistan
– Original language: Urdu
– No. of episodes: 27
-Executive producer: Momina Duraid
-Running time: Approximately 38-40 minutes -per episode
-Production company: Film Factory
-Original release: 8 June – 29 October 2021
-Network: Hum TV.

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