Although it's unclear whether the ban on Pakistani Artists has lifted or not, the Zee Network has quite recently reported an upcoming series with Pakistan's top entertainer Mahira Khan as a conspicuous piece of it. It is entitled Yaar Julahay, a progression of sensational readings spread across 12 episodes.
The name of the series is enlivened by a Gulzar sonnet and honors writers who create stories with the deftness of expert weavers. The first episode highlighting Mahira Khan will air on May 15, 2021, at Tata Sky Theater at 2 pm and 8 pm. Mahira will peruse Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi's exemplary story, 'Guriya.'
Guriya features the tale of two closest companions Mehra and Bano. Bano has a doll (Guriya) that takes after Mehra however Mehra doesn't care for that doll by any stretch of the imagination. With time their affection and disdain for the doll develop numerous folds. Towards the end comes a strange curve to the storyline that inconspicuously unfurls the secret around the doll.
Yaar Julahay additionally rejuvenates the accounts of reformist Urdu and Hindi writers like Gulzar, Saadat Hasan Manto, Ismat Chughtai, Munshi Premchand, Amrita Pritam, Qurratulain Haide, Balwant Singh, Asad Muhammad Khan, Ghulam Abbas, Rajinder Singh Bedi, and Intezar Hussain. The perusers will be stars like Sarmad Khoosat, Sarwat Gilani, Nimra Bucha, Fawad Khan, Sania Saeed, Irfan Khoosat, Yasra Rizvi, Samiya Mumtaz, and Faisal Qureshi.
Talking about the improvement a source from the Central government uncovered, "The ban on Pakistani artists was consistently an ethical issue. When threats were at their most elevated, Bollywood movie producers like Karan Johar were welcoming entertainers from Pakistan to work in the country. The call to blacklist Pakistani artists was 'moral' not 'legitimately' restricting."
Mahira Khan previous starred in Raees (2016) alongside SRK in a pivotal role, for which she earned applause across the subcontinent, and after that, it was reported that she had been offered another role in Karan Johar's upcoming project, however, due to Pulwama incident in 2019 amid public outcry, ties were cut with Pakistani artists by Indian makers.