Omair Rana Thinks Game Shows Are Against The Spirit of Ramadan


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Omair Rana is a great Pakistani actor who is well-known for giving amazing performances. He began his entertainment career as a theater actor and director, but he rose to prominence via his television performances in dramas such as ‘Pyar Kay Sadqay,’ ‘Zan Mureed,’ ‘Dil Na Umeed to Nahi,’ ‘Sange Mar Mar,’ ‘Hum Kahan Ke Sache Thay,’ and ‘Sang E Mah’. Omair Rana’s plays brought him a moderate reputation due to his convincing performance. He recently captivated fans with his stunning performance in Hum TV’s acclaimed drama serial ‘Ishq Murshid’. Fans adore his role in the drama. He will shortly feature in Bol TV’s Ramadan drama program Chaand Nagar.

Omair Rana and Atiqa Odho recently participated in the Something Haute Talk program. They made an appearance to promote their forthcoming Ramadan drama series Chaand Nagar, which will be shown on Bol TV. This will be Bol Entertainment’s first Ramadan drama, directed by the outstanding Yasira Rizvi. Babar Javed produced the play.

Omair Rana discussed Ramadan-related topics throughout the broadcast. Omair stated that the game demonstrates that the air during Ramadan is contrary to the spirit of the holy month, which is intended to foster humility, compassion, empathy, and love rather than gluttony and greed. He went on to say, “I do have a distasteful or unpleasant aftertaste of the Ramadan game shows or certain things about the game shows which promote the anti-Ramadan spirit, we should not encourage gluttony and greed, instead, we should promote empathy and kindness”. He stated that the programming aired during Ramadan should be relevant to the month.

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The talented actor also discussed his next Ramadan play, which has a unique storyline that is relevant to the month of Ramadan. Yasra Rizvi directed his play “Chand Nagar”. It was written by Zeeshan Junaid. Babar Javed produces the show. The drama stars Javed Sheikh, Atiqa Odho, Raza Samo, Maha Hassan, Hajra Yamin, Fariya Hassan, Jenaan Hussain, Aijaz Aslam, Omair Rana, Arez Ahmed, Hasan Khan, and Saad Zameer Fareedi. The drama will air on Ramadan’s first night at 9:00 p.m.

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