Sonia and Rumi, the enchanting duo that stole our hearts in “Jo Bichar Gaye,” have rekindled their magic once again! They’ve teamed up for a Mushq ad campaign, and honestly, we’re totally here for it! The palpable chemistry between Wahaj Ali and Maya Ali is like a spark that’s impossible to ignore – it’s the kind of on-screen magic that has us hooked! Seriously, someone needs to cast these two in a movie ASAP!
The direction of the campaign is exceptionally well-executed, and the choice of music only enhances the overall experience. It exudes truly regal Desi couple vibes that we can’t help but adore! Could it be that the Sid-Kiara jori has finally some competition in the chemistry game?
Netizens are totally loving every bit of the palpable chemistry between Wahaj Ali and Maya Ali, just like us!
The Netizens Can’t Help But Swoon
“OMG!! My Sonia and Rumi in a parallel universe, living there happily ever after they look good yaar plus whosoever shot this has amazing know-how of camera angle… the shots are really good”
“WHO SHOT THIS??? ITS SUCH A VISION JUST BEAUTIFUL. I LOVE IT”
“sonia & rumi in parallel universe”
“OH MY GOD. INSANE”
“My heart is so happy my Rumi and Sonia are living their moments,their love is blooming and I am witnessing all of this”
“And here Mushq dropped the first look of Wahaj & Maya together! OMG!!!!”
“Mushq giving us an AU where Sonia and Rumi reunited. I’m about to cry this is so precious”
About Jo Bichar Gaye
“Jo Bichar Gaye” emerges as a significant addition among the recent projects delving into the historical backdrop of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Within its unfolding narrative, we’re immersed in the events of Dhaka, with Dhaka University serving as the vibrant hub of activities.
The storytelling technique chosen here is both innovative and gripping, painting the events in real-time as they occurred, complete with precise timestamps.
While Sonia and Rumi are bound by blood, they represent two opposing ideologies that thrived within East Pakistan during 1971. This intriguing familial dynamic sets the stage for a portrayal of diverse perspectives.
We’ve got Wahaj Ali as Rumi, Maya Ali as Sonia, and Talha Chahour as Capt. Farrukh. The drama doesn’t just skim the surface; it dives headfirst into the complexities of war. Think differences between East and West Wing, the buzzing political movement at Dhaka University, and the far-reaching consequences of war on everything from politics to economics and social dynamics.
At the helm of this project is the skilled director Haissam Hussain, renowned for his work on iconic dramas like “Dur-e-Shahwar” and “Dastaan.” The pen behind the words is Ali Moeen, with an impressive portfolio including dramas like “Khwaab Nagar Ki Shehzadi,” “Makaan Number 47,” and the upcoming “Mor Moharan.”
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