‘Akhri Station’ — a miniseries based on social issues

‘Akhri Station’ — a miniseries based on social issues

‘Akhri Station’ — a miniseries based on social issues

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Akhri Station Review

These day  Pakistani television viewers are not impressed by typical storylines.

The industry has evolved to produce drama serials with some amazing and eye opening storylines.

Akhri Station (Last Station) directed by Sarmad Khoosat, is one such drama, spun around the troubled lives of seven women, which raises questions about deeply rooted social issues.

After being involved with dramas like Udaari and Rehaai, Kashf Foundation has yet again roped in an experienced director and writer duo, to communicate the tales of these women.

The drama will be shedding light on issues such as sexual assault, HIV, forced prostitution, drug addiction, depression and more. While the women belong to different social classes and are of different ages, they are united by fate.

‘Aakhri Station’ is a result of the efforts of two of the best people of modern times.

Amna Mufti has given us memorable drama serials such as ‘Ullu Baraaye Farokht Nahi’ and ‘Mol’. Khoosat, besides presenting popular characters such as Cheeko from ‘Shashlik’, has also given ‘Humsafar’, ‘Shehr-e-Zaat’ and the film ‘Manto’ as his matchless directorial pieces to Pakistan.