Danyal Zafar is working on his first Upcoming Serial ‘Tana Bana.’
The serial “Tana Bana” will release in Ramazan: Source: reviewit.pk

After contributing his voice in Coke Studio’s Muntazir with Momina Mustehsan, Danyal Zafar (the famous musician Ali Zafar’s younger brother), and web series Baarwan Khiladi, He is ready to make his Silver Screen introduction with Serial Tana Bana.


Danyal Zafar disclosed the serial story, and it’s about a boy who is a die-heart horoscope lover. A guy who has confidence in stars comes over a girl who isn’t a perfect match for him, dependent on their horoscope, yet he pulls out all the stops, and it’s this whole thing on how she has her dreams and her life spins around the marriage. How she supports herself and how that causes a change in the family dynamics. Overall, it’s a combination of comedy, romance, pain, etc.

Danyal Zafar said he is somehow connecting with his character a lot. The boy is passionate and a heartbreaker. That is how I am, declaring that his mother’s relationship displayed in the serial is genuine.

Director, production & cast

The serial is coordinated by Saifee Hassan and created underneath the banner of Momina Duraid Production. The cast includes Komal Rizvi, Javeria Abbasi, Amir Qureshi, Ismath, and Hassan Noman. It will be released on this upcoming Ramazan.

Second time on-screen

Danyal Zafar said it’s my first serial, yet I’ve worked with the screen before this in the web series Baarwan Khiladi. So actually, it’s my second time on screen. He additionally shares the experiences of his work on the project. Both of them are different in every manner.

Furthermore, speaking of family, he doesn’t feel the pressure of being related to someone famous and focuses on his work. The best thing I accomplish for myself is that I neglect I’m anybody’s brother. I look at myself and step into the project of the character I have.

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