DEPICTION OF BLACK MAGIC IN PAKISTANI DRAMAS AND ITS IMPACT ON VIEWERS AN ANALYSIS WITH MIXED METHOD APPROACH

Authors

  • Noreen Aleem
  • Babar Hussain Shah
  • Shazia Shahab Shaikh
  • Taha Shabbir
  • Arjumand Zehra

Keywords:

The Jinn, Black magic, witchcraft, sorcery, Prophet, Pakistani Dramas

Abstract

The present study entitles the Impact of black magic and sorcery in Pakistani Dramas. This research paper is an effort made to explore how the black magic and sorcery influences the societies and what do the masses think of them. Employing the attributes of Comte’s theory of Social change, the qualitative anthropological research methods were used to collect empirical data. A survey of more than 200 people was done. The respondents were approached randomly after making sure that they watch the black magic themed dramas. Magic or black magic has been perched since the cosmos of the universe. But the Islam considers the magic and dark practices as dirty and unholy. The religious clerics of Muslim, Christian and Hindu were also interviewed to shed some light of their perspective about the trend of Black Magic and dark art practices in Pakistani Dramas.

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Published

2021-10-10

How to Cite

Noreen Aleem, Babar Hussain Shah, Shazia Shahab Shaikh, Taha Shabbir, & Arjumand Zehra. (2021). DEPICTION OF BLACK MAGIC IN PAKISTANI DRAMAS AND ITS IMPACT ON VIEWERS AN ANALYSIS WITH MIXED METHOD APPROACH. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(10), 2612-2625. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10212