Qubool Hai

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Qubool Hai
GenreIndian Daily Soap
Created byMrinal Jha (Undercover Productions Ltd)
Gul Khan
Written byJainesh Ejardar
Faizal Akhtar
Divya Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Directed byGul Khan
Lalit Mohan
Arshad Khan
StarringSee Below
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindustani language
Production
Producer(s)Gul Khan
Nissar Parvez(4 lions)
Location(s)Bhopal, MP, India, Powai, Hiranandani
CinematographyHrishikesh Gandhi
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes (approx)
Production company(s)4 Lions Films
Divine Multimedia[1]
Broadcast
Original channelZee TV
Geo TV(Pakistan)
Original runOctober 29, 2012 – Present
External links
Website
 
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Qubool Hai
GenreIndian Daily Soap
Created byMrinal Jha (Undercover Productions Ltd)
Gul Khan
Written byJainesh Ejardar
Faizal Akhtar
Divya Sharma
Aparajita Sharma
Directed byGul Khan
Lalit Mohan
Arshad Khan
StarringSee Below
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindustani language
Production
Producer(s)Gul Khan
Nissar Parvez(4 lions)
Location(s)Bhopal, MP, India, Powai, Hiranandani
CinematographyHrishikesh Gandhi
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time20 minutes (approx)
Production company(s)4 Lions Films
Divine Multimedia[1]
Broadcast
Original channelZee TV
Geo TV(Pakistan)
Original runOctober 29, 2012 – Present
External links
Website

Qubool Hai (English: I Accept) is a soap opera on Zee TV produced by 4 Lions Films. The show focuses on the Muslim community and aims to dispel stereotypes regarding Islam,[1] and has been credited with leading the way for more Muslim oriented programming.[2] The story is based in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Plot summary[edit]

Qubool hai revoles around three individuals: Asad Ahmed Khan, Ayaan Ahmed Khan, and Zoya Farooqi.

Zoya Farooqui is a US based Indian Muslim who comes to Bhopal with her cousin Zeenat and brother-in-law Anwar where she is to get married. At her wedding, Zoya runs away from the venue, not ready for marriage. Wanting to find her father, she decides to stay in Bhopal and stays as a guest in the Khan house.

Asad Khan is a very traditional and disciplined man, and dislikes Zoya's care-free nature and messy, immature habits. Zoya's actions anger Asad, who misunderstands her frequently while her intentions are innocent. Eventually, Asad's childhood friend Tanveer is introduced, and it is soon revealed that she is evil. Tanveer wants a rich husband and Asad is the perfect choice. Zoya learns of Tanveer's intentions but is forced to stay silent as no one will believe her without proof.

After a series of incidents, Asad and Zoya fall for each other. Zoya reveals that she wants to marry Asad but Tanveer intervenes by telling Asad that she is pregnant with his child. Asad, not knowing that the child is not his, later announces that he shall marry Tanveer. Tanveer reveals to Zoya that her father is still alive and that she will tell Zoya who he is, but only if she lets Tanveer marry Asad. After discovering that Zoya knows the truth about her, Tanveer decides to kill her but her attempt fails when Asad, Najma and Dilshad arrive. They kick her out of the house, and peace is restored once again.

In the Siddiqui house, we come to know that years ago, Raziya killed a woman in Rashid Khan's doll factory, and the woman is Zoya's mother and she is Gaffur's illegitimate daughter.

Humaira had always loved Ayaan, but Ayaan always considered her his best friend. They have a tiff where Ayaan angrily stated that he didn't love her and Humeira, hurt, ran away from the house. Ayaan searches frantically for her and he is happy when Humaira returns home, but everyone is shocked when Humaira claims that she is Rajni, a married Hindu woman. However, the family members do not tell her about her past and invite her to stay with them. During the course of her stay, Ayaan starts to fall in love with Rajni/Humaira and he gets jealous whenever Rajni talks about her husband, Vikram. Ayaan saves Rajni/Humeira from a fake Vikram and discloses to her that she is Humeira, not Rajni. Rajni goes into a trauma and when she wakes up, she remembers everything before the "Rajni". Ayaan promises to marry Humaira after Asad and Zoya's wedding.

Tanveer hires goons to kill Zoya but she escapes. On the other hand, Ayaan and Humaira were all set to go to wedding, but Vikram attacks them. Zoya, Ayaan and Humeira reach a communal marriage ceremony,accidentally, and Zoya and Ayaan dress up as bride and groom respectively to escape their enemies. Zoya and Ayaan sit down, to not get discovered, not knowing that they are facing each other for marriage. The priest starts the formalities of marriage. They both have a phone call and in the converstaion, say "YES" which is mistakenly taken as approval for marriage. Ayaan and Zoya try their best to hide the marriage from others but Haseena Bi gets to know about it and she creates a scene. Zoya goes in the Siddiqui mansion. Afterwards, after knowing the truth that Imran is father of Tanveer baby, Najma still accepts Imran. Afterwards, Asad goes to the Siddiqui mansion and claims Zoya as his love and finally Zoya returns to Asad's house.

With Zoya gone out of the Siddiqui Mansion, Ayaan and Humeira get back together too. Later, Rashid has an accident, by soon recovers. He realizes that life is very short, so he plans to get Dilshaad back in his life. He talks to her about this but Dilshaad says that he should tell about the whole situation to Shireen first. Razia starts getting calls from someone who blackmails her about the past that she is a murderer who had killed a woman in the doll factory. Razia first doubts Tanveer and goes to meet her but Tanveer has lost all her senses and is not in the situation to do anything.


Cast[edit]

Main Characters
Supporting roles

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Reception[edit]

Shraddha Bhandari, writing for IBN in December 2013, stated that Qubool Hai was typical of "All serials start off brilliantly with immense promise and somewhere in the middle they get lost in the maze of TRPs, cheap publicity and making what sells.[3] Bhandari had appreciated that the series had started with " Zoya Farooqui was a jeans wearing, very modern women, raised in the US, yet very close to her culture and roots. The story moved on with her clashes with the very orthodox, Asad Ahmed Khan and how she changed his conservative thinking and start of their love story." but stated that "the serial became lost in multitude of vamps, warring families, crude language and events that in real life are unfathomable. Slowly it lost its creativity and that eventually drained the morale of the leading cast".[3]

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