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However, the scope for romance has slowly become more and more limited as male protagonists have become villains rather than heroes and our heroines have lost agency and sit weeping in corners, waiting to be rescued.

In the past, marriage and a happy life were once the ending to a story of self-realisation, now the wedding vows mark the beginning of a torturous process of misunderstandings with betrayal lurking around every corner.

She follows the Jane Austen school of thought encapsulated by Mr Knightley's famous declaration to Emma “If I loved you less I might be able to talk about it more.”When contemplating classic romance, no discussion could be complete without the queen of contemporary romantic writing, Farhat Ishtiaq.

I cry, I laugh with my characters and find romance in the most unusual situations even in everyday life” she muses.From half-acknowledged feelings to never quite spoken but definitely non-platonic relationships, subtext is also key to how romance plays out in Pakistani dramas.In the absence of physical proximity, the hints of ideas are usually what charges the relationships and the audience interprets what was not said.The beautiful play of light and shadow dancing across the actors faces and in the glow of the lanterns framed by the soft darkness of a moonlit night make this a classic.What makes it epic is that it isn’t just a romance about lovers who are meant to be together but they are torn apart by events beyond anyone’s control (in this case Partition).

I cry, I laugh with my characters and find romance in the most unusual situations even in everyday life” she muses.From half-acknowledged feelings to never quite spoken but definitely non-platonic relationships, subtext is also key to how romance plays out in Pakistani dramas.In the absence of physical proximity, the hints of ideas are usually what charges the relationships and the audience interprets what was not said.The beautiful play of light and shadow dancing across the actors faces and in the glow of the lanterns framed by the soft darkness of a moonlit night make this a classic.What makes it epic is that it isn’t just a romance about lovers who are meant to be together but they are torn apart by events beyond anyone’s control (in this case Partition)., the hero Afzal accepts Farah’s rejection but her hold on him and his own dedication to that dream of love never ends.