The viewer becomes part of their journey and though we want them to find each other, we also see how they have changed.Samira Fazal who wrote the screenplay for says that to write a romance, “a writer has to feel it, and write what comes from the heart.“There was a loss of beauty and pleasure embodied in courtesan culture.” he says.

“You have to be a romantic at heart, hopelessly romantic, have love for nature, be emotional, oversensitive ..least this is who I am.

I cry, I laugh with my characters and find romance in the most unusual situations even in everyday life” she muses.

The measuring of looks, space, texture, light, the silence, the right words at the right time.

All measured and timed to perfection.” He adds, “It is the creating of tension and then the sudden release from it.”One of the most unforgettable scenes from shows Hassan (Fawad Khan) and Bano (Sanam Baloch) searching the rooftops to catch a glimpse of one another.

The use of subtle gestures with eyes with less words and no physical touching – because that would ruin it.”Mean what you don’t say — how our dramas work to show love without action The absence of the physical is often replaced by that other device — banter.

Dialogue has a strong hand in building the chemistry and relationship between two characters.Simplicity is key: the use of symbols Romance is not limited to purely to passion. Author Faiza Iftikhar has written her fair share of romantic scenes, and though her recent romantic comedy : “When Meesha tells Roman that Mayer, (his rival) has proposed to her, they start looking at each other and only the expressions in their eyes explain their feelings for one another.Romantic dialogues should be simple and touching," she explains.She follows the Jane Austen school of thought encapsulated by Mr Knightley's famous declaration to Emma “If I loved you less I might be able to talk about it more.”When contemplating classic romance, no discussion could be complete without the queen of contemporary romantic writing, Farhat Ishtiaq.Her mega hit serial became a phenomenon, propelling its lead actors into Bollywood and bringing much needed confidence back to Pakistani drama industry beset by the success of Indian and Turkish serials.The beautiful play of light and shadow dancing across the actors faces and in the glow of the lanterns framed by the soft darkness of a moonlit night make this a classic.