Social Romantic Reforming Novels

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

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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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Jis Tan Lagya Ishq Kamal is a Book of collection of 5 Novellas and Novelettes written by Ushna Kausar Sardar, Writer of Fiction, Social Conflicts, Script & Screen Play Writer and also an Independent Filmmaker. Following 5 Novellas are included in this book: First story of the book Jis Tan Lagya Ishq Kamal is a Triangular Love Story of Reem, Soban and Lily. Reem and Soban were already married when Lily enters in their life and changes everything. Second Story Ankhon Ke Par Chand is also Triangular Love Story with marvellous lessons regarding patience love respect trust open heartness and sincerity. The story is about strong decision making man Ayan, his first wife sincere girl Maha and Hindu Girl Puja who converts to Islam mainly because of her love for ayan, but partially in search of placidity. Third Story Umran Langian Pabhan Bhar is on a serious social issue of children of prostitutes. Lead Character Muab, is daughter of a prostitute but wants to leave this life and seeks for a respectable peaceful life. Her granny tells her there is no such thing like respect and honour for a woman of her class, apparently she is right cos Muab never got what she was looking. Fourth Story Me Apay Payan Kundian, is on the very sensitive issue of Child Abuse. Affaf Faridon Khan got orphan when her mom died of cancer, her uncle took her in custody but later tried to abuse her and sent her in mental hospital under false allegations of Psyche Patient. Fifth Story Mere Violin Ke Taron Me is als
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Is Kare Junoon Me is a Social Romantic Urdu Novel by Well Known Woman Digest Writer Sundas Jabeen. Is Kaare Junoon Me, despite a normal light romantic story of Nimroz and Hijab, is also a story of Patriotism and Love for Mother Land, Country and People. Both characters of the Novel Hijab Taseer, a Journalist & Columnist and Nimroz Ali Khan, a Politician were true patriots who wanted to bring positive changes and wanted to do something good for their fellow countrymen. They faced many hardships and gave great sacrifices for their love of this country.
Sundas Jabeen is a very talented writer and has produced some real good Novels and Stories on variety of topics. She has 3 Books on her credit, 2 Novels (Is Kaare Junoon Me and Baazi Maat Nahi) and One Short Stories / Novellas collection (Lakeerain or Taqdeerain). All 3 books were published by Ilmo Irfan Publishers Lahore. Her other memorable digest stories are; Zeest Ka Safar, Sach Ki Sooli, Shinakht, Band Gali, Sunehri Barish, Shabe Arzoo Ka Alam, Mohabbat Ki Jeet, Hareef Dost, Milay Jo Tum, Woh Ik Sitarah Maherban, Mein Mohabbat or Tum, Dil Ka Rishta, Yeh Dosti Tere Dam Se Hay.
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Maah e Tamam is a Social Romantic Urdu Novel by Famous Woman Writer and Dramatist Amna Riaz, which serialized in Monthly Khawateen Digest. Maah e Tamaam is a story of Family Bonds and Blood Relations, especially Father and Son Relation. The Novel discusses important issues like Generation Gap, Suspicion and Forgiveness. Novel explains that Generation Gap is a very common problem in many Families, where young ones think elders are unnecessarily forcing their rules and restrictions on them. While elders think young ones are not behaving and violating their cultural values and family traditions. Mostly this Generation Gap comes with Communication Gap, when family members, old and young ones do not talk or express themselves. Novel also explains that Suspicion can destroy any beautiful relation and one must learn to forgive others in good faith and move ahead in life.
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