Amar Khan hopes her upcoming Ramazan drama with Imran Ashraf brings lots of laughter.

Ramazan is almost upon us, which means spending a lot of time with the family. If you're seeking means of entertainment that's enjoyable for all, look no further because Amar Khan and Imran Ashraf's Ramazan drama is dropping on the first day of the month of fasting. And it is going to either take you back to a comedic era you are nostalgic for or refresh you with the genius of the past.

The Qayamat actor told Images about her character Heer Jatt. 'Heer is more of a vibe than a character - someone who is absolutely a go-getter, somebody who desires and dreams [much] big[ger] than the setup that she lives in. She is a very active TikToker and [a] sensation, [and] brings vibrancy to social media. Like a Punjabi juttni, she has a lot of audacity and causes conflicts,' she revealed.

Though she said that she can't reveal much of the story - especially as the writer - she talked about where the inspiration for this show came from. 'This is my first drama and [it is] very close to my heart. Comedy plays back in [the] 80s and 90s have been dominating the screen and viewers' hearts, and if we see comedies like Fifty Fifty, Sona Chandi and Uncle Urfi, all of them were very different. It was not just comedy, they would [add] pop culture references and very engaging parodies of well known personalities [who] were relevant to the viewers and [the] situation at that time.'

She added that the dramas she mentioned catered to all age groups, that they were not just family dramas. 'They were very well thought out [and] layered - these were the USPs [unique selling points] of those dramas and I was very inspired by those stories. If I ever had to write something for TV, not that I planned [on doing so], I knew it had to be [along] those lines so I think this is my tribute [to] that time.'

Khan said her drama brings the right mix of situational comedy and has all the elements and ingredients, 'from romance [and] conflicts to very interesting parody with pop culture references'. She...

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