Barzakh OTT release date: Here’s when to stream Fawad Khan and Sanam Saeed's family drama on Zee5

    Helmed by Asim Abbasi, Barzakh, starring Fawad Khan, Sanam Saeed will release on Zee5 next month.

    Poster image of Barzakh

    Poster image of Barzakh

    Fawad Khan and Sanam Saeed fans are in for a treat as the two will be seen sharing screen space in an upcoming drama series, Barzakh. Unveiling the poster images of the upcoming series, the makers announced the release date of the series that will premiere on Zee5 and Zee Zindagi on YouTube.

    Barzakh release date unveiled

    Taking to Instagram, the makers of Barzakh shared multiple poster images of the upcoming series while unveiling its release date. The first image which gives the illusion of a painting showcases an old man sitting at a dinner table, looking straight while a woman sits beside him whose face is covered with a red cloth. Standing between them is Sanam Saeed who has donned a velvet purple dress, paired with a black bag pack. Actor Fawad Khan looks irritated and is standing with his back to the couple while a child is peeking from under the tablecloth.

    The intriguing poster has added to the buzz for the upcoming Pakistani drama series. The caption of the post reads, “When all has withered… will love endure? #Barzakh. Premieres 19th July on Zindagi YouTube and @zee5shows.”

    Fawad Khan and Sanam Saeed are the stars of the show, and their excited fans flooded the comment section. One fan wrote, “Yayyyy!!!! Can't wait more!!! Finally will be able to see this,” while another wrote, “Thanks for this.” Eager to see the trailer soon, one user wrote, “Let’s gooooooo please when is the trailer drop ???”


    The series is written and directed by Asim Abbasi. Barzakh, starring Fawad Khan, Sanam Saeed, Salman Shahid, Ema Suleman, Khushhal Khan, Faiza Gillani, Anika Zulfikar and Franco Giusti, will release on Zee5 and Zee Zindagi on YouTube on July 19. The series tells the tale of an aging father who lives in Swat Valley and invites his family for a gathering. The meet-up brings back old wounds, unresolved issues and past traumas.