Romantic Novels in Urdu
Romantic novels are a favourite of many Pakistani writers. These books use a variety of creative ways to explore one common theme, love. Examples of these works include Umera Ahmed and Farhat Ishtiaq.
They convey societal issues and highlight human and divine love. They also help readers find a lesson and a way forward.
Bin Roye Ansoo by Farhat Ishtiaq
Bin Roye Aansoo is a beautiful social romance Urdu novel authored by Farhat Ishtiaq. This novel revolves around a girl named Saba Shafiq who is in love with her cousin Irtiza. Unfortunately, Irtiza only sees her as a friend and ends up marrying Saba’s sister Saman.
Mahira Khan’s amazing portrayal of a woman torn between emotions was nothing short of masterful. She is ably supported by the likes of Humayun Saeed, Javed Sheikh and Zeba Bakhtiar.
The film was created and produced by Momina Duraid, directed by Shahzad Kashmiri and written by Farhat Ishtiaq based on her book of the same name. It premiered on Hum TV on October 2, 2016.
Doobey Kinaray Ishq Ke by Asia Mazhar Chaudhary
It is a social and romantic novel about a girl who tries to get her parents to approve of her love for a boy. The book contains a lot of emotion and the author explores the issues like jealousy, revenge, and betrayal.
It shows the positives and negatives of life. It highlights emotions like jealousy and revenge, greed, leg pulling, caring for closed ones, and guidance to walk on the straight path.
Many authors have written romance novels that show the wider societal issues. For instance, Umera Ahmed has written several novels that use different ways to express divine love.
Humsafar by Farhat Ishtiaq
Humsafar Novel is a Social Romantic novel written by famous urdu writer Farhat Ishtiaq. It was first published in Khawateen Digest in 7 parts from July 2007 to January 2008 and then republished as a complete book. The novel is based on the strong obligation of husband and wife, which is reinforced by their bond with children.
Farhat is surprised by the positive response to her drama in India. “It’s a new medium for us to reach our audience there and it’s very encouraging,” she says.
Her dramas have also raised issues of gender equality and social injustice in Pakistan.
Mosmi by Rakhi Chaudhary
Mosmi is a social romantic novel by Rakhi Chaudary. It focuses on love and its different forms. The book also explores the wider societal issues and how they affect the lives of individuals.
The story revolves around an arrogant and narcissistic girl named Falak Sher Afgan who falls in love with Salman after seeing him at her friend’s wedding. She then goes on a journey of self-discovery and becomes more humble.
This novel is a beautiful and moving piece of work that shows how divine love can help people overcome difficult situations. The author uses a variety of literary techniques to create this masterpiece.
Zabt-e-Gham by Fiza Adil
Fiza Adil is one of the most popular novelists in Pakistan and she has written many novels under the romance genre. Her books explore a variety of topics and themes. This includes love, lust and betrayal. She also writes about different types of family dynamics.
She tries to convey the wider societal issues through her stories. Her characters are flawed and show their weaknesses. This makes the readers relate to them more. One of her most famous romantic novels is Bay Rang Piya which highlights pure love. It also shows how foolish acts can lead to the destruction of lives.
Bay Rang Piya by Farhat Ishtiaq
This is a social romantic novel by Farhat Ishtiaq that tells the story of two lovers separated because of their parents’ disapproval. It also teaches readers about the importance of mutual trust and confidence.
This novel is a must-read for anyone who is interested in learning about the complexities of relationships. It is a beautiful tale of love, sacrifice, and hardships.
Farhat Ishtiaq writes in a very artistic way. Her characters are very well-developed and the stories she writes make you feel like you’re in the middle of the action.
Time Pass by Tayiba Tahir
The story of a dysfunctional family and how they are brought together by love is the main theme in this novel. It also highlights the wider societal issues through divine and human love. The story is full of emotions like anger, sadness and hope that make it an interesting read.
This novel is one of the best examples of how a writer can use a variety of creative ways to explore the theme of love. It includes a range of themes like betrayal, romance and the bitter truths of life.