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Palwashay Zil-e-Huma Maida Haroon Shafia Fahim Eman Anjum Maheen Asif


TV is basically having a

Drama is collective activity where people create and share meanings

Dramatic Structure
Like the plot of a story, the plot of a play involves characters who face a problem or conflict.
Climax point of highest tension; action determines how the conflict will be resolved

Complications tension builds

Exposition characters and conflict are introduced

Resolution conflict is resolved; play ends

The art of storytelling

What makes a good story?




A comparative study of dramas made in the 1970s, 80s and the 200s on Pakistani television

Pakistani dramas in past 70s

Khuda Ki Basti by Shaukat Siddique Close to life (Reliability) Highlights the problem of society

love story of middle class Feminine perspective Entertainment value Representation of women

Pakistani dramas in 80s

Waris (early 80s) is a drama created by written Amjad Islam Amjad

Absence of women representation Highlights the problem of Rural areas

Strong content Great writing a

Pakistani dramas in 80s

Neelay Haath ( 1988) by Shahid Nadeem true depiction of what goes on in our society. All victims of discriminatory laws . The play was response to the President General Zia ul Haq, who in the name of religion had introduced laws discriminatory to women.

Pakistani dramas in 2000s

Mehndi (2003) by Seema Ghazal Like Indian soaps No content Glamour and based on wedding events Good visual No message


Modern Drama
Modern playwrights often experiment with unconventional plot structures.

long flashbacks


visual projections of a characters private thoughts

Impact of Indian and Turkey drama

Clothing Language Religion Food Customs Family Visual Arts Performing arts Recreation and Sports

Mass media is largely promoting International culture ,tradition , norms and values which are diversified thus , leaving a huge impact
IMPACT OFTURKISH CONTENT ON PAKISTAN CULTURE Media war negative fame to our stars Pakistani media industry bad repute and failure

Cultural Imperialism
Cultural imperialism is the practice of promoting the culture or language of one nation in another. Cultural imperialism can take the form of an active, formal policy or a general attitude.


Exploration of different cultures and traditions New fashion trends Increasing Modernism Make our children mature .

language exploitation Hype and cultural diversity Disturbance in families Drifting away from religious Values and believes

Development of social skills. Development of literacy

Bad Impact on womens household activities. on the attitudes of women And youth on the concept of relationships within the family. on the relationships within the society.

Turkish or other