“Khafa Khafa Zindagi” highlights the discriminatory practice of Talaq and its impact on the Society.
The strongest bond is the one that ties a man and a woman together for life i.e. a husband-wife. It ensures every attack of destiny and the frictions of matchless closeness and still lasts a lifetime. Over the years we have seen a lot of stuff which is based on husband-wife relationship and divorce.
A Plus Entertainment next mega project “Khafa Khafa Zindagi” deals with the breakdown of marriages and the consequences faced by their children and respective families.
“Khafa Khafa Zindagi” is produced by Sadia Jabbar, directed by Asim Ali and written by Kifayat Rudani. The star cast includes Sumbul Iqbal and Ali Safina who are pairing up for the very first time on screen. To name a few Shagufta Ejaz, Sohail Asghar and Azra Moiuddin are supporting members of the cast.
Sumbul Iqbal has done remarkable work in the business and continues to inspire us with her great acting.
Iqbal has a reputation for being assertive, and is recognized for her contributions to the drama industry through her style and choice of unique scripts.
Speaking to Celebdhaba, Sumbul revealed exclusive details about her character in “Khafa Khafa Zindagi”
The plot starts off in a conventional way, where a boy meets a girl, falls in love and successfully chases her who is ambitious about her career, a bit out of his world. They relate to each other’s sentiments, and get married prematurely.
However, after marriage, the girl ambitions take a back seat as she feels suppressed by her household responsibilities and her husband failing to meet the basic necessities of life. Time fails to abate her frustration until they mutually decide to get divorced to start a new life all over again.
The drama highlights the seriousness and severe consequences of an individual impulsively usage of the conventional practice of ‘Talaaq’.
No matter how much the country progresses, there are certain things which still cause raised eyebrows. Not only is the divorced couple personally affected, but children of broken homes are at risk of developing mental health problems.
The process of divorce in “Khafa Khafa Zindagi” has been showed in the light of Islam. The term “Talaq” happens in a three months period and one has to consult the Qazi. During the tenure, if the couple wishes to reconcile, things can be sorted out. If we follow the correct pattern as per the Islamic laws, the divorce rate can surely decrease and families and children wouldn’t suffer.
This is my second project with the writer Kifayat Rudani. Earlier I did “My dear Sautan” which was applauded by the audience.
I always try to do meaningful work, which conveys a social message and positive light towards the society.
“Khafa Khafa Zindagi” will surely make people relate to the monotony in their home lives, how relationships change and how divorce really happens when the people involved in a relationship start making selfish decisions.