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Be it Rahat Kazmi and Marina Khan in Dhoop Kinarey, Asif Raza Mir and Shahnaz Shaikh in Tanhaiyaan or Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan in Humsafar, viewers have been living vicariously through their favourite couples for a long time.

When it comes to the recent on-screen couples that have audiences convinced with their chemistry, Ahad Raza Mir and Ramsha Khan have topped all lists.

Ahad Raza Mir and Ramsha Khan

Ahad and Ramsha, who played childhood nemesis Adam and Neha, were at each other’s throats the entire drama. However, viewers rarely found their fighting sequences to be annoying or monotonous. The two actors successfully pulled off the comic roles, making people fall in love with the characters.

In the last few episodes of the drama, Adam fell for Neha and it was a delight to watch his personality change 180 degrees while expressing his feelings for Neha through both action and words.

Junaid Khan and Sara Khan

The two couples in the drama Hum Tum, have taken couple goals for viewers to a new high. Before we move on to the main leads, let’s acknowledge the cute pairing of Sarah Khan and Junaid Khan, who play Maha and Sarmad in the serial.

Sarmad, a chef and a romantic, was madly in love with his health-conscious neighbour, who considered him a brother. Their story shows Maha taking her time to say yes to Sarmad, who at no point ever pressures her in any way, instead slowly wins her heart by always being there for her.

Arslan Naseer and Aymen Saleem

This on-screen couple has been on the audience’s radar since last year when they won hearts through their on-camera chemistry in the drama Chupke Chupke. This year, they were given their own spinoff called Paristan. Different from his role in Chupke Chupke, Arsalan had a more sombre role, while Aymen’s Pari was a loud and chirpy character.

While Paristan was lacking in its storyline, the two actor’s chemistry impressed viewers. Their flirty and cute moments were perfect examples of opposites attract.

Atif Aslam and Kubra Khan

Starring in Sang E Mah, Atif and Kubra’s Hilmand and Sheherzaad have people rooting for a happy ending.

Hilmand is a reserved, apathetic and stubborn character. His softer side is only revealed when interacting with Sheherzaad, which the audiences long to see.