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This article possibly contains original research. The Perfect Mentor, is a novel written by Pakistani writer Umera Ahmad. It was first published in Urdu in 2004 and later in English in 2011. The story’s protagonist, Imama Hashim, belongs to an influential Ahmadiyya Muslim family living in Islamabad.
She decides to convert to Sunni Islam after being influenced by her friends. She attends her senior shabiha’s lectures in secrecy from her family and her roommates, Javeria and Rabia. Imama seeks help from Salar whom she is antagonistic with since she is a religious girl and Salar is not. He is a rich boy with an IQ level above 150. Imama wishes to marry Jalal, but Salar lies to her that Jalal has married someone else. Imama is saddened and asks Salar to marry her so that her family will not be able to force her.
Salar helps her and marries her but soon after loses contact with her. Imama finds a sanctuary under Sibt-e-Ali and his family. She changes her name and completes her studies and starts working in a pharmaceutical company in Lahore. She hates Salar because he refused to divorce her as he had promised. Salar later travels to New Haven for education, then he works for United Nations for some time before permanently settling in Lahore. Salar finally sees the errors of his ways and changes for good. Later, the scene shifts near to Kaaba, where Salar and Imama are sitting together worshiping God.
Imama Hashim – A Ahmadi Muslim girl who converts to Sunni Islam. Salar Sikander – Imama’s rich neighbour, who has an IQ of above 150. Jalal – A doctor and older brother of Zainab. Hashim Mubeen – Father of Imama and Waseem. Tayyaba – Salar’s mother and Sikander Usman’s wife.
Saad Zafar – A friend of Salar in New Haven. Dr Furqan – A devoted Muslim and doctor. Dr Sibt-e-Ali – An Islamic scholar in Lahore. Saeeda Amma – First cousin of Sibt-e-Ali. This page was last edited on 24 March 2018, at 09:51. She is a senior producer and creative head of television network Hum TV and CEO of her own production company Momina Duraid Productions. In 2015, Duraid ventured into film direction and co-directed Bin Roye, that earned her critical acclaim and recognition.
Later that same year, she founded film production house, Hum Films. Before entering into media, Duraid was working as a marketing executive at bank, she said, “Media was the last thing I thought I would do. My mother-in-law, Sultana Siddiqui has been definitely associated with the industry as she worked for PTV but at the beginning, I was only looking after finances. In 2011, Duraid convinced Farhat Ishtiaq to dramatize her novel Humsafar into a television series, which was previously rejected by two production houses. Humsafar was rejected by two production houses: Momina Duraid”. 20 Pakistani TV dramas that you should watch if you haven’t”.
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