DERULO – Dram shop Law (2018) is one of the best dramas of the year, as its been nominated for the Emmy Awards and won multiple awards.

It is also a perfect example of what I like to call “a great cast” and what I think are some of the more unique and well-executed dramas out there. 

The show is set in Karachi in the late 19th century and follows a family who is trying to survive in a very hostile environment and their struggles as a result.

The show also has a solid ensemble cast with Bibi (Tarini Bibi), Maitreya (Rana Parveen), Naeem (Safiya Farooqi), Sangeeta (Majid Khan), Zakia (Aishwarya Rai) and Aqeel (Khan) among others.

The series is a love story between Maitra (Tarani) and a young man who works at a local shop and also his brother-in-law (Raza Masih).

Drama Maitrey was also nominated for best actor in a drama series for his role in Law, and his performance is truly amazing.

The show has a very realistic and real feel and its not afraid to go out of its way to portray the real life problems faced by a lot of Pakistanis today.

Naeem, however, has had a rough start to her career.

When she first started acting, she was considered a very average actor.

After a couple of seasons she was cast as an actress in the popular film Bali, which she ended up leaving after a year.

But, when her name was called for Law, she immediately felt the love and passion of the producers.

She is now one of my favourite actors and is definitely one of those actors I want to see on screen again.

Dram shop Law is a show that has a great cast, and its one of many that I really enjoy watching.

While some of my favorite dramas of 2018 include the recent hit Madam Bibi, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, The Killing and The Handmaid’s Tale, Dawn is a genre that I enjoy watching, and I love to see how other people approach their stories and characters. 

Dram Shop Law has a good cast and I like the way they approach their characters.

A strong cast, an interesting plot and a realistic story all combine to make this show a winner for me.