Tootey Huwey Per

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Tootey Huwey Per
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Tootey Huwey Per was broadcast in India on Zindagi in early 2015 under the title Khwahishein.
Also known asKhwahishein
Genre Pakistani drama
Telenovela
Starring Ayeza Khan
Anoushay Abbasi
Mohib Mirza
Sami Khan
Esha Noor
(For entire cast see the section on cast below)
Opening themeTootey Huwey Per
(sung by Tina Sani)
Country of origin Pakistan
Original language Urdu
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes112
Production
Production locations Karachi, Pakistan
Running timeApprox. 16-20 minutes
Release
Original network Geo TV
Original release11 April (2011-04-11) 
22 December 2011 (2011-12-22)

Tootey Huwey Per (Urdu : ٹوٹے ہوے پر ) (meaning Broken wings) is a 2011 Pakistani telenovela broadcast on Geo TV. It was telecast on Zindagi TV channel in India as Khwahishein (meaning Ambitions), airing from 7 January 2015 to 4 May 2015.

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Plot

The heart-rending story of a simple middle-class family and their dreams and aspirations. Ajiya and Nimra are the daughters of hard working, lower-middle class Sibghatullah and his wife Zainab. A man of immense dignity and integrity, Sibghatullah has always managed to provide for his five children and wife within his very modest means.

However, as the story unfolds we see Ajiya and Nimra take two very different paths in life.

For Ajiya, money is everything and her one aim in life is to be rich. For Nimra, safeguarding her parents’ integrity is of utmost importance to her, even if it comes at the expense of her own happiness. Set against the backdrop of age-old culture, tradition and the harsh realities of living in an extended family; this is a soap which will throw light on the pressures of living in today's materialistic times.

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