Mere Apne presents a compelling storyline revolving around the practice of exchange marriages (Watta-Satta) within a family and the resulting intricate dynamics that strain familial relationships. Omer, an educated and well-mannered young man, finds himself drawn to his cousin Neha. However, Neha's father, Mehmood Sahab, consents to this proposal only on the condition that Omer's sister, Ramsha, marries his irresponsible son, Hamza. In a selfless act of love for her brother, Ramsha sacrifices her own happiness and agrees to the alliance.
Ali Abbas embodies the character of Omer, an intelligent and diligent son of Iqbal Sahab, who earnestly desires to marry Neha. Hajra Yameen skillfully portrays Neha, a kind and family-oriented daughter of Mehmood Sahab. Omer grapples with the challenge of maintaining a delicate balance between the two families, while Neha struggles with the adjustments required in her new life. Usama Khan takes on the role of Hamza, an easily influenced and ambitious son of Mehmood Sahab, who desires to marry Ramsha.
Zainab Shabbir breathes life into the character of Ramsha, a vibrant and beloved youngest sibling. Ramsha, seeking fairness in her life, embarks on a journey to find equality. Tanveer Jamal portrays Iqbal, the loving father of Omer and Ramsha, while Ayesha Khan embodies Kulsoom, the graceful mother of Omer and Ramsha.
Arez Ahmed takes on the role of Usama, Omer's younger brother, and Zoya Nasir portrays Shumaila, Omer and Neha's sister-in-law, who exhibits laziness, arrogance, and selfishness, tainted by jealousy. The series delves deep into the intricacies of relationships, love, and sacrifices against the backdrop of exchange marriages, exploring the challenges faced by each character.
Release Date: 19-09-2021
Day & Air Time: Every Monday to Friday at (08:00PM)
Written by: Qurat-ul-Ain Akhtar & Dilawar Khan
Episode Duration: 40m
Channel Name: ARY Digital
Productions: iDream Entertainment
Country of Origin: Pakistan
Directed by: Mohsin Mirza & Tehseen Khan
Ali Abbas as Omer
Hajra Yameen as Neha
Zainab Shabbir as Ramsha
Waseem Abbas as Mehmood
Tanveer Jamal as Iqbal
Firdous Jamal as Iqbal
Arez Ahmed as Usama
Agha Mustafa Hassan as Kashif
Zoya Nasir as Shumalia
Usama Khan as Hamza