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Saturday, 25 February 2012

Cast of Khuda Aur mohabbat.

Cast

Khuda Aur Mohabbat"Khuda Aur Mohabbat" is directed by Anjum Shehzad and produced by Javeria and Saud (JJS Productions) and is based on a novel written by Hashim Nadeem. Here is the list of characters in Khuda Aur Mohabbat.

Starring:
Ahmed Jahanzaib as ABDULLAH
Farah Shah as Bhabhi
Fazila Qazi as Baji
Firdous Jamal as Commissioner
Hassan Abbas Naqvi as Ibaad Raza
Imran Abbas as Hammad
Khalid Butt as Shakir Chacha
Maryyam Shafi as ??????
Mohsin Gillani as Siddiqui Shoaib
Mona Shah as as Haya (Emaan's sister)
Saddaf Umair as Nighat
Sadia Khan as Imaan
Salman Shahid as Moulvi Aleemudin
Shafqat Cheema as Kulli

1 comments:

  1. Khuda Aur Mohabbat
    -------------------------
    Karun sajda ek khuda ko.
    Parhun kalma ya mein dua dun.
    Donun hi ek - khuda aur mohabbat.

    Khuda ke naam pe sajde mein sar jhukna ibadat hai.
    Wo dil ALLAH ka ghar hai ke jis dil mein mohabbat hai.

    Parhun Ayat koi Surat sanam ke naam ka kalma.
    Wafa ke do daanun par Tasbeeh to mukammal hai.
    Wo Jannat ho ya ye duniya.
    Inhi lafzon ki chahat hai.
    Mohabbat hai khuda jaisi.
    Khuda hi to mohabbat hai.

    Mere mehboob ki surat mein Rabb dekhoon to kya samjoon.
    Yeh Iman hai, baghawat hai, junoon hai ya haqiqat hai?
    Mera Qibla tu Kaba hai mera taveez mannat hai.
    Khuda ke roop mein pinhan mere dil mein muhabbat hai.

    Female:
    Yeh dil mein kaisi uljhan hai
    Mein kya mangoon khuda jaane
    Muhabbat to gunnah bhi hai, Muhabbat hi khuda bhi hai
    Mein mar jaoon na is gham main na keh paoon ke chahat hai
    Mera jeena ibadat hai, mera marna muhabbat hai


    My translation:
    -------------------------
    Whether I prostrate to one God.
    Or repeat the name and pray for (beloved).
    Both God and Love are the same.

    To bow your head in prostration in God's name is worship.
    That heart is ALLAH's house in which there is Love.

    Whether I recite a verse or a chapter (of Holy Qur'an).
    Or recite the name of my beloved.
    (Reciting) two beads with sincerity completes the Tasbeeh (prayer beads).
    Whether it is that Paradise or this world.
    It is the desire of these words.
    Love is like God.
    God Himself is Love.

    If I see the Lord in my beloved's face,then what should I interpret?
    Is it faith, deception, madness or is it the truth?
    You are my Qibla (direction of prayer), my Ka'ba (in Mecca), my Taweez (Amulet), my Mannat (Vow).
    In the form of God is concealed the love in my heart.

    Female:
    What kind of confusion is this in my heart?
    God knows what I want.
    Love is a sin but love is also God.
    I hope I do not die in this grief that I may not be able to say that I love you.
    My living is worship (in God), my dying is love (for beloved)


    I do not agree with the lyrics of Khuda Aur Muhabbat song written by Javeria and sung by Ahmed Jahanzeb. Loving a girl cannot be equal to worshipping Allah (s.w.t.) or reciting the Qur'an. Those lyrics can only be true for the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.).

    However, the story of the drama itself has many beautiful messages for youngsters in today's society. I hope they will learn a message from it on how to love someone with pure heart and modesty, and also how to respect parents and stay focus on the path of Islam.

    The role which Sadia Khan played as Imaan is so pure and beautiful that every girl should try to attain it. Always in parda (veil) in front of na-mahram men (strangers). She did not disobey her parents and always stayed on the path of righteousness, shame and haya (modesty).

    She committed one mistake of seeing a na-mahram man alone because she was compelled to do so to save him from death, but she repented for this sin with deep regret and grief in her heart which led her to death.

    She lived in worship of Allah (s.w.t.) and she died because of her love ("Mera jeena ibadat hai, mera marna muhabbat hai"). What a beautiful way to die in honor, haya (modesty) and Imaan (faith). She reached the status of shuhada (the martyrs).

    Khuda Aur Muhabbat changed my life because of Sadia Khan. Seeing her purity and modesty increased my Imaan (faith) in Allah (s.w.t.) and instilled a deep desire in my heart to follow Islam more closely and to stay away from evil and immodest behaviour. I am more focussed in trying to live in the way portrayed by Sadia Khan in the drama.

    May Allah bless you Sadia Khan and protect you from evil eyes and against the power of Shaitan who will try to mislead you into doing roles which are vulgar, immodest and shameful (do not do those roles at any cost or loss). Ameen.

    ~Zia~
    (UK)

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