Since the boom that private entertainment channels have seen in the recent years, the quality of dramas has also improved significantly. Not only is the improvement in terms of better production or directorial techniques but also the very basic requirement of any drama - the script. With many of the veteran script writers, whose plays enthralled the audiences for decades, now writing with lesser frequency, it was time that the drama creators introduced new writers into drama making.
A good way of doing this has been to infuse novel writers as playwrights. Bringing a fresh approach and a deeper insight into human emotions and the stories based on them, a number of good novelists have made their name as skilled drama writers as well. Among these novelists is Sarwat Nazir who has recently converted two of her novels into super hit drama serials.
Her novel 'Umme Kulsoom' was adapted as a TV play and aired on Hum TV, garnering a lot of appreciation from the audiences. However, it was her recently concluded drama 'Main Abdul Qadir Hoon', also airing on Hum TV, that earned her immense fame and recognition as a seasoned drama writer.