KOSEM SEASON 2
Kösem has been the all-powerful Valide Sultan and regent to her son Sultan Murad IV for nearly a decade, when the military unrest causes the latter to deprive her of her authority and the two clashes. With the control of the state fully in his hands, Murad sets his plans of restoring the empire to the times of prosperity and conquest and checking corruption in motion. At the same time, the Hungarian princess Farya Bethlen seeks refuge at the Ottoman court and the instant attraction between her and the Sultan causes reactions. A strain is also put on Murad’s relationship with his sister Gevherhan after the execution of her husband, as well as in hers with their mother, when she eventually opts for love instead of power games. Their half-brother and Crown Prince, Bayezid, though loyal himself to the sultan, is drawn in conflict too, due to the ambitions of his mother, Gülbahar, who has been long obscured by Kösem; all the while the other princes’ and infidels’ agendas remain unknown and anti-Ottoman sentiments and plans resurface in the West.
KOSEM SULTAN LAST EPISODE
Kosem Sultan launched on Urdu1 became one of the most popular Turkish shows in Pakistan. After the success of season 1, season 2 was launched on 24th July and is now reaching its climax. After the demise of Sultan Murad IV, Kosem Sultan has managed to throne her last son Ibrahim as the Sultan of Turkey while keeping all the power in her hand. Things were going smooth until the conspiracies began in the palace, which led to a drift between Kosem Sultan and her son Sultan Ibrahim.
Will Kosem Sultan be able to regain power and salvage herself or will this be the end of the era of Kosem Sultan?
Baaghi Wins in Lux Award 2018
There are hundreds of Dramas coming in and showing various concerns of this society. However, there are very few that actually starts and ends leaving a strong impact on everyone. Showing the harsh reality of the society is always risky because objectifying the message can sometimes leave unfilled fissures for criticism and bad reviews. Thus came the Drama Baaghi portraying the actual events of honor killing that took place a year ago taking the life of an internet star. And Saba Qamar played the lead role as Fouzia Batool later turned into Kanwal Baloch in this Drama revealing the life of the person who was victim of condemning and bashing in our society strangled to death by her brother. The heated drama concluded on a sad note of how Kanwal Baloch was strangled to death by her brother. It turned out to be a major hit among the audience tearing them into emotions that successfully related to the actual occurrences of honor killings. With that came the most awaited event of the year Lux Style Awards 2018 on 21st of Feb, having all the magnificent stars of showbiz dazzling together trailed by plenty of performances and lots of entertainment. Out of so many nominees for major talents and dramas of the industry Baaghi made it possible to bag 3 notable awards: Indeed it is a prominent achievement for Baaghi and all its team members. And a big round of applause and appreciation to this well-deserving lady of talent. Certainly she pulled out her best acting skills in this drama and deserves every bit of praises. Congratulations to the whole Team of Baaghi and Urdu1 on this win.
BAAGHI’S LAST EPISODE
Urdu 1’s Baaghi has been the new drama serial that has stolen all the limelight. The story has everything a good drama serial should contain with a star studded cast, a solid story, good development and conflicts. Baaghi’s popularity has been on a meteoric rise, helping Urdu 1 to grow even further in terms of popularity. It seems that Baaghi’s and Urdu 1’s growth both shares a positive relationship with each other. Baaghi is a show inspired by true events and it’s pretty evident in that case. It’s about a young woman named Kanwal Baloch, played by Saba Qamar. Kanwal is shown as a rebellious female lead that does not conform to the misogynistic, discriminatory pillars set by society and wants to get into the spotlight, show biz and its glamorous lifestyle as she herself hails from a village, a pre-dominantly male social system. Saba Qamar seems as if she was made to play this role, perfectly resonating the gravity of every situation, showing how she reacts in peril or either in happiness. She’s has done a bang on job at playing the complex character she’s been given to fit in. Baaghi as a drama surely is one with a gripping hook to it and a multi-dimensional storyline which leaves the viewer’s asking for more.