Ruswai’s last episode aired last night and we are not surprised that it is trending on twitter. Ruswai managed to keep us glued to our screens every Tuesday and sparked many debates on Social media. The response to the last episode was no different, some loved it, some hated it and some learnt from it. Here are some tweets that caught our attention.
Warning: These are not funny or light tweets… so please have the right perspective before reading them.
Well, we are not fans of how Cheekh was treated towards the last few episodes but we do agree with you on this… Such powerful stories reflecting the realities of our society.
You nailed it with “Man blaming women for his missteps”. However, we feel women are also responsible for this unchallenged practice by taking the blame.
What do you guys think? write in comments below
Bringing Mukhtara Mai was the best surprise for all Ruswai fans. Rubina Ashraf not only paid tribute to this brave woman but also reminded us to not forget her struggle. Which leads us to the next tweet…
What a powerful message for everyone…
However not everyone loved the last episode… we do not understand why and how, but yes there are strange things in the world like the tweet below…
What would you say to this lady? Tell us in comments below.
WAIT… that tweet was not the strangest thing after all, the one below beats the one above…
We are thinking if if even death can relieve you of all your sins…? Tell us in comments below if you felt bad for Salman.
The tweet below made us laugh… apologies but the last line is funny. However Salman was not the hero of the show…but yes we also question why did he have to die?
Aww this touched our hearts. Shumaila nay bohat si behno kay dil ki awaz bata dee…We need more brothers like Hamza… However, we also need more men like Dr. Feroze .
Last but not least… This role will probably be one of the most iconic roles of Sana’s life… We wish best of luck to the whole team of Ruswai.
Tell us which tweet you liked the best?
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