Social Romantic Reforming Novels

Best Social Romantic Novels of Urdu Literature by all time favourite urdu writers

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Dil Tou Dena He Tha is a beautiful Social Romantic Urdu Novel by emerging New Writer Fareeha Kausar. Different newspapers and magazines have started to appear in her room. The writing table was decorated like a newlywed bride. The expensive pen and the table equipped with paper were expressing the choice of a royal writer. In the beginning, everyone was expecting that she would soon forget what she had wished or decided. However, when they saw her firm determination, they also became serious about it. There was, however, still a confusion that they could not figure out any valid reason for her decision. This was the reason that this matter was under a hot debate by everyone in the house. Zara had no concerns about this discussion. What is their opinion about it? Who is able to understand and who is not? She was listening the commentary from everyone with little interest. Most of the comments were from her brothers, which Zara did not pay much attention to. She was only concerned with her father who had to grant her the final permission.
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Urdu Novel Piyas (Thirst) by Aliya Tauseef. Her feet were swollen due to excessive running. Her breathing became irregular. She looked back while running, a small tornado of dust was moving towards her and some unclear human faces could be seen in that layer of dust. She got frightened and increased her speed but whole of her life started coming before her like a movie. What she was and what she is now. How she has reached to end from this journey of one home to another. She drowned in the ocean of hopelessness. Her fast moving speed could only result in her falling face downward and she had fallen the same way. A person remains thirsty if he is unable to define the destiny despite being prepared for the travel.
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Mere Humdam Mere Dost and Dayar-e-Dil are Beautifully Written Social Romantic Novels by versatile Urdu Novelist Farhat Ishtiaq, who is very well known among Urdu Novel Readers and Pakistan TV Drama Viewers. These Novels are all about Love, Affection, Relationship and Social Affairs. Mere Humdam Mere Dost is a story of 20 years old Gloomy Girl Aimen, who raised by her mother (Zainab) a single parent. Aimen always hated her father (Taufiq) for leaving them alone. Circumstances bring Aimen to Haider, a friend of his father, who supports her in many ways and eventually fell in love with her but could not express it due to age difference and social status.
Dayar-e-Dil, the 2nd Novel is also very famous story on split family issue with separated parents. The story has main characters of Wali and Zarmina grandchildren of Agha Jaan. Sometimes a single parent feeds negative image of spouse in young kidís mind and plant an ugly, false picture in heart. May be it is an effort to keep children to themselves so they might not leave him / her, but this can poison their mind and soul. The story also has moral lessons regarding respect, love and care in relationships.
Farhat Ishtiaq, Novelist and Dramatist is a Civil Engineering Degree Holder of NED University of Engineering and Technology Karachi. She gave many marvellous stories on romance and social issues. Many of her writings have already been adapted for TV Dramas and rest are being dramatized. Two Novel based dramas Humsafar & Ma
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Baat Hay Ruswai Ki by Dastgir Shahzad is a Socio Cultural Novel based on True Crime Stories and Persons involve directly in crime or victims. Dastgir Shahzad is in Civil Service and had the opportunity to observe these crime cases and how they affect victims and their families. Human Rights Activist turned Political Worker Maria, the Lead Character of this novel wrongly put into Woman Jail for Criticizing the Government. There she met many prisoners and gradually learned their True Stories of Crime and how they got involved in it and ended up in the Jail. Although events in life of each prisoner were different but still they have many things common in the crimes like fallen in love rebellious teenagers, mature and married involved in adultery, Greed Jealousy Hate and Revenge. Dastgir Shahzad, author of the book, is a regular writer of Hikayat Digest and writing stories in Jurm o Saza (Crime & Punishment) Section. He is also writing in other monthly and weekly magazines like Maah'e No, Alhamra, Muasir, Adab-e-Latif, Akhbar-e-Urdu, Arzang and Nawa-i-Waqt. His first book was Chashm Deed Gawah (Eye Witness) and his third upcoming book is Khawb Saray Azab Saray.
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Silah is a Social Romantic Novel written by Aimen Ali. Silah is her first Urdu Novel, although she has been writing Short Urdu Stories for Aanchal Digest. Silah has a unique theme and itís a story about a female writer who is obsessed by her own written characters, who considers each and every character of real life around her as her own written people. Itís also a story about a girl named Huma who is obsessed by her dreams. The twist in their stories came when their destinies intertwine with each other and at that point of time both girls realize their obsessions and un-necessary extremism. But it was too late as they had just lost their confidence in themselves. Silah is an honest attempt to find out the real meaning and crux of word Silah in the light of Art, Literature and this day Pakistani Drama Industry with the decent comparison to 80s PTV Classic Dramas. Itís a story about present day TV Actors and their emotional insecurities. Novel Silah is a light rollercoaster ride of Hilarious, Serious, and Touchy moments in much innocent manner. It shows Artists Dilemmas due to imbalance equation of social status and Financial Crisis in this Materialistic Society. The female lead Silah is an enthusiastic, passionate, ambitious, mature yet a little crazy about her ideals and beautiful idols within her heart. The novel promises to give solution to our common problem of relating ourselves with manly written stories, which sometimes makes a huge difference towards our moral v
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