Are You Want BgDownload Ehd E Wafa Last Episode 8 March 2020? This was a remarkable last episode which covered all the tracks perfectly well. Ehd-e-Wafa’s last episode was Emotional, Entertaining and unpredictable right till the end. Saad’s track, of course, was the most emotional element of this last episode of Ehd-e-Wafa. All the scenes covering Saad’s operation were shot, written and performed so well. I am sure I am not the only one who cried with Saad’s family and friends, completely forgetting that I was watching a drama. Ehd-e-Wafa’s ending was powerful and meaningful in so many ways. After a long time, I watched a last episode which was very well put together. This had to be the most impactful ending which will stay with us for a long time
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The Download Ehd E Wafa Last Episode 8 March 2020 of the famous drama serial is going to air at selected cinemas in the country. No doubt, the fans are overjoyed for the nationwide screening. The screening will be done before it goes on air on Television 15th march. Nasar Khan, drama correspondent doesn’t only confirm the news but hints a plot twist as well.
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The director of Ehd-e-Wafa, Saifi Hasan revealed while speaking to one of the news channels that they have decided to show the last two episodes of Ehd-e-Wafa at the cinema in different cities of the country. He said we didn’t on air second last episode of the serial because we needed 80 minutes of screen time in cinemas.
- Aliz E Shah (Dua)
- Ahmed Ali Akbar (Shaheryar Afzal)
- Ahad Raza Mir (Saad)
- Faraz Inam (Saad’s father)
- Osman Khalid Butt (Malik Shahzain)
- Syed Muhammad Ahmed (Malik Allahyar)
- Wahaj Ali (Shariq)
- Vaneeza Ahmad (Saad’s mother)
- Zara Noor Abbasi (Rani)
The mega-hit serial Ehd-e-Wafa was a product of hard work of Mustafa Afridi. From plot to character selection, everything seems on point. This thoughtfully written drama will stay with the fan for many years to come
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