WhatsApp Logo Subscribe
For News Alert

News

New TV show ‘Shaadi Kay Laddoo’ to debate on ‘Love or Arranged marriage’

September 3, 2022 05:33 PM


Twitter Share Facebook Share WhatsApp Share

The first season's five captivating episodes from the show ‘Shaadi Kay Laddoo’, created by Huma Nasr and unveiled through a successful press conference held in June, have just been released online. 

A large number of media representatives and well-known celebrity panelists attended the event to offer their support for this innovative project.

With the show's theme song playing in the background, the event began with attendees arriving and being photographed on the red carpet. Sarwat Gilani, Matira, Aisha Motiwala, Uzra Dawood, Buraaq Shabbir, Muzna Ibrahim, Fakiha Khan, Farah Talib Aziz, Kokab Zia, Aliya Tipu, Rasikh Ismail, and Shumail Sikander were a few of the well-known figures seen. Huma Nasr, the show's host welcomed the visitors and the media.

Huma Nasr Views on Marriage 

Talking about the show Nasr said, “I am pleased to announce the great show “Shaadi Kay Laddoo”. Weddings are always popular around the world, more so in Pakistan. I have designed this show and content which focuses on discussing marriages with its various aspects in order to help couples, whether newly-wed or old, those looking to get married, or those who are happy with their single status. I intend to take the show internationally and want to connect and highlight couples across the globe. Our discussions are meant to strengthen relationships between spouses the world over, as human emotions are the same regardless of caste, class or creed.”

Nasr also extended an invitation to help her cause, SHAADI BACHAO, by donating. This support group will work with mental health professionals to concentrate on the shaadi bachao programme. This will be a show-specific Exclusive Edition Session. Its earnings will be distributed to deserving parties.

Five episodes of "Shaadi Kay Laddoo"

Then Nasr announced the first episode to be recorded, "After-shocks of Marriage," and invited guests Sarwat Gilani and businessman Rasikh Ismail for the ensuing debate. The funny buzzer round, in which the panelists had to respond with one-word responses, followed the informative part.

Next up was: “You, Me and Her” with Matira and Muzna Ibrahim presenting their individual perspectives on marriage triangles. The host and the speakers shared some laughs before proceeding to the buzzer round and ending the segment on a fun note.

The third episode was on “Arranged vs love marriage in which panelists were journalist Buraaq Shabbir and beautician Aliya Tipu. Both gave their interesting perspectives on which kind of marriage is more long-lasting, and answered the buzzer round with equal aplomb.

The next episode was titled “How weddings enhance the big day of bride and groom” in which panelists were designers Farah Talib Aziz and Kokab Zia. Both panelists shared their views on how designer outfits influence the emotions of the couple-to-be. The segment again ended with a buzzer round where the panelists had to give one-word answers.

The last episode covered the more serious aspects of marriage and touched upon marriage counselling, seeking legal help, and social/community support for couples. Panellists were psychologist Aisha Motiwala; founder of on-line matrimonial site Two Rings, Fakiha; entrepreneur and social activist Tara Uzra Dawood, and lawyer Shumail Sikander. 

 



Most Read

  1. Several PIA flights cancelled, delayed at Karachi Airport Several PIA flights cancelled, delayed at Karachi Airport
  2. Female salon owner injured in ‘targeted attack’ in Lahore Female salon owner injured in ‘targeted attack’ in Lahore
  3. Iqrar ul Hassan issues video statement after attacked by Peer Haq Khateeb's followers in Gujranwala Iqrar ul Hassan issues video statement after attacked by Peer Haq Khateeb's followers in Gujranwala
  4. Water tariff doubled for Lahore consumers Water tariff doubled for Lahore consumers
  5. Rakul Preet and Jackky Bhagnani celebrate 3 months of marital bliss Rakul Preet and Jackky Bhagnani celebrate 3 months of marital bliss
  6. US and Sindh govt launch $9 million initiative  to combat tuberculosis in Pakistan  US and Sindh govt launch $9 million initiative  to combat tuberculosis in Pakistan 

Opinion

  1. Hats off to Fatah-II
    Hats off to Fatah-II

    By Naveed Aman Khan

  2. New twist in PTI founder’s strategy towards Military Establishment
    New twist in PTI founder’s strategy towards Military Establishment

    By Salim Bokhari

  3. Revoke the heat stroke
    Revoke the heat stroke

    By Dr Asif Channer

  4. Defiance, sacrifice & national resilience
    Defiance, sacrifice & national resilience

    By Naveed Aman Khan

  5. Maryam Nawaz Sharif's Police Uniform: Breaking Gender Stereotypes, Not Minds
    Maryam Nawaz Sharif's Police Uniform: Breaking Gender Stereotypes, Not Minds

    By Alysha Khan

  6. Pak-Saudi-Iran economic proximity
    Pak-Saudi-Iran economic proximity

    By News Desk