Khaie Drama Review: The narrative unfolds as a tale of revenge set against the ancient tradition of Khaie, where the eradication of male heirs halts the perpetuation of rival lineages. Central to this enduring vendetta are Darwesh Khan, Duraab Khan, and his son Channar Khan, with Darwesh’s daughter, Zamdaa, bearing the weightiest repercussions.

Haunted by his father’s demise at the hands of Duraab Khan, Darwesh Khan aspires for tranquility, endeavoring to negotiate a truce to quell the cycle of hostility. Yet, suspicions arise, casting doubt upon Darwesh’s pursuit of reconciliation. Despite Darwesh’s earnest endeavors as a harbinger of peace, tragedy befalls during a celebration at his residence, inflicting profound anguish upon Zamdaa and her kin.

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Story Review

After 25 years away, Darwesh Khan returns to reconcile with Duraab and Channar. However, their skepticism leads to a tragic event known as Khaie. Zamdaa, cunning and strategic, manipulates events to wreak havoc on both families. Badal’s reappearance adds to the chaos, triggering a pursuit and a series of confrontations. Amidst suspicions and betrayals, tensions escalate. Zamdaa’s schemes lead to Barlas being falsely accused, causing further turmoil.

However, when faced with the execution of Barlas, a dramatic turn of events occurs, sparing his life but leading to more complexities within the families. Meanwhile, Zamdaa and Badal continue plotting, leading to further tragedy and revenge. Eventually, Zamdaa’s manipulations result in the demise of both Duraab and Channar, but she chooses to spare Aizaz, ending the cycle of violence. She adopts him and moves away, while the remaining family members attempt to rebuild amidst loss and revelations.

  • Start Date: 03-Jan-2024
  • End Date: 27-Mar-2024
  • Total Episodes: 29
  • Episode Duration: 40 minutes
  • Timing: Wednesday, Thursday 8pm (PKT)
  • Production Company: 7th Sky Entertainment
  • TV Channel: GEO TV
  • Written By: Saqlain Abbas
  • Directed By: Syed Wajahat Hussain
  • Produced By: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi

Main Casts

Dur-e-Fishan Saleem

Zamdaa Faysal Quraishi Channar Khan

Noor ul Hassan

Darwesh Uzma Hassan Gul Wareen

Laila Wasti


Osama Tahir


Shuja Asad


Shamyl Khan

Gulab Khan

Hina Khawaja Bayat


Saba Faisal

Husn Bano

Javed Jamal

Badshah Khan

Nabeel Zuberi


Hasan Noman


Mah-e-Noor Haider


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