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Genre Family Drama
Written byIrfan Ahmed Shams
Directed byShafqat Moinuddin
StarringTaifoor Khan
Nausheen Ahmed
Yasir Ali
Country of originPakistan
Original languageUrdu
No. of seasons01
No. of episodes38
ProducerSyed Mukhtar Ahmed And Tariq Shah
Production location Karachi
Running time35-40 minutes
Original network Geo Entertainment
Original release9 March (2018-03-09) 
19 August 2018 (2018-08-19)

Tohmat (English: Accusation) is a 2018 Pakistani drama serial directed by Shafqat Moinuddin which aired on Geo TV on Friday and Saturday nights at 7:00 p.m from 9 March 2018. The serial is written by Irfan Ahmed for Gold Bridge Media, and stars Nausheen Shah, Taifoor Khan, Yasir Ali and Momina Khan in lead roles. [1]




Tohmat OST
Soundtrack album by
Sahir Ali Bagga & Maria Mir
Released26 September 2018 (2018-09-26)
Genre Television soundtrack
Language Urdu
Label Geo Entertainment
Music video
"Tohmat" OST on YouTube

The title song was sung by Sahir Ali Bagga & Maria Mir. And Sahir Ali Bagga also composed the music.

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