Tere Bin to return for Season 2?

After 58 episodes, ‘Tere Bin’ came to an end. But will the popular Pakistani drama return for a second season?

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"I would like to thank audiences around the world"

Popular series Tere Bin came to an end and it saw Murtasim and Meerab reunite, with the latter even fulfilling her dream of becoming a lawyer.

The show captivated audiences worldwide and fans are now asking for a sequel.

And they will be getting their wish as producer Abdullah Kadwani, of 7th Sky Entertainment, announced that Tere Bin will have a second season.

He took to Twitter and wrote: “Tere Bin’s phenomenal journey comes to an end, setting milestones never witnessed before in the history of Pakistani entertainment.

“As we bid farewell to Tere Bin, in response to the constant queries and enthusiasm from our incredible audience, we are thrilled to announce Tere Bin Season 2.”

Thanking God for making the show “the biggest blockbuster in the history of Pakistani dramas”, Abdullah continued:

“The success of Tere Bin is the result of hard work and passion.

“Asad Qureshi and I would like to thank audiences around the world for their love of our creation.

“The exceptional performances of our leads Wahaj Ali and Yumna Zaidi and Murtasim-Meerub’s magical on-screen chemistry have played a pivotal role in making Tere Bin a masterpiece that has touched the hearts of billions of  viewers and has been appreciated worldwide.”

He also thanked the entire team for their role in making Tere Bin a huge success.

The announcement comes as lead stars Wahaj Ali and Yumna Zaidi praised each other and expressed their gratitude for the opportunity.

Wahaj wrote: “You seldom find actors and characters that bring out the best in you.

“Actors who push you to be better, more mature a performer and characters that help you redefine your own.

“And for me, Meerab was that to Murtasim. A guiding light, a muse.

“Thank you, my dear Yumna, for inspiring me, challenging me, and pushing me to grow as an actor.

“I am immensely proud of what we have accomplished together, and I look forward to future collaborations that continue to showcase our collective talent and passion.

“Murtasim was Murtasim Khan just because of Meerab.”

In a separate Instagram post, Wahaj said:

“These six months and the amount of love and respect [they were] accompanied with [have] been nothing less than a dream come true.

“We all work hard, waiting in a corner for our turn to shine.

“And how lovely it is to see everyone get their turn. I’m so grateful for mine and [am] inspired to work harder.

“The constructive criticism, fan art, messages, and phone calls from everyone around me made me realise that this is just the beginning.

“There is so much more I want to do.

“Despite staying consistently honest to who I am and what I want to do, I made a few mistakes as well which I’m also glad I did. For they allowed me to gain a newer perspective.

“But this character, Murtasim, I shall treasure forever in my heart.”

Meanwhile, Yumna Zaidi said: “Time to say goodbye to the journey which was once started off with the efforts of hundreds and now has ended up with the love of billions.

“Thank you to all of you for having Tere Bin in your hearts, loving it endlessly no matter what.

“Thank you for pouring love into the characters we played and thank you for even showing concern [for] each and every wafer-thin and significant matter.

“I was chosen for Meerab and Murtasim made her even more beautiful.

“Thank you Wahaj for picking up the right vibes with me and creating an extraordinary world of Meerab and Murtasim. Without you, this magical chemistry was not possible for me.”

Although Tere Bin season two has been announced, it is not known whether Wahaj Ali and Yumna Zaidi will reprise their roles or if an entirely new story will be told.

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”

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