Dil-e-Muztar is an Urdu drama show that broadcasted in 2013 in Pakistani on Hum TV. Directed by
Shahzad Kashmiri, produced by Momina Duraid and written by Aliya Bukhari. It aired on Zindagi Channel by the name ‘Dil-e-Nadaan’ from 6th February 2015. The show revolves around the idea of a love triangle between Adeel, Sila and Zoya. Sila, the female protagonist, falls in one-sided love with her cousin Adeel. Her father and her stepmother with whom she lives now are against this marriage with Adeel, in fact, her step-mom wants Sila to marry her nephew, but she runs away from her home because of her parent’s pressure, and Adeel is the one who brings back Sila home.
Next day her father marries Sila to Adeel. Adeel doesn’t love Sila but with time he falls in love with her. Sila gives birth to a son Affan who dies and she blames Adeel for this and Adeel also loses his job. Sila returns to her parental home and gives birth to another boy. Meanwhile, Adeel falls in love with a girl Zoya who tries to wreck his relation with Sila. Sila takes her father’s business and with the help of her friends Nabeela, Sami and Ahmer she establishes her business and takes over Adeel’s company.
Ahmer loves Sila and proposes to her but she refuses, and Zoya apologises to Sila for separating her from her husband and tries to get them back together. Thus the story depicts the deep love that cannot allow others to persuade us and make us do things that we don’t want to.
Imran Abbas Naqvi who plays Adeel is a Pakistani actor who made his debut in Bollywood with Creature 3D and also has won the Filmfare for best debut.
Sanam Jung who plays Sila is a Pakistani actress who has done shows like ‘Jago Pakistan Jago’, ‘Alvida’ and much more.
Sarwat Gilani, the antagonist who debuted with the film ‘Jawaani Phir Nahi Aani’.