Raqs-e-Bismil; exhilarating performances, powerful dialogues. What more could we ask for?
Still haven’t started watching Raqs-e-Bismil? Please do ASAP. The play brings a strong story line, mind-blowing performances and so much more. This may seem like a love story, but we promise it’s not cliched. It has so much more to offer.
Each week, the drama unlocks a whole new layer of our lovelorn Moosa and we are so excited to see how the events unfold. But first…
Hamare khayal on Raqs-e-Bismil
RB why oh why did you also have to take the thappars route?
Moosa ko saza denay ka haq kis ka tha? His father or Sakina? Is it realistic for a father to let a woman slap his son, no matter what the situation? Ya phir Sakina’s thappar can be justified and called out as fair revenge? What’s your take on this one?
By the way, why didn’t Esa step in and stop Sakina?
A round of applause
Zohra’s (Sarah Khan’s) monologue was powerful, showing Moosa the mirror and making him think. Sarah wins us with a zabardast performance & zero theatrical outbursts.
The moment of silence was so “loud” in performance by Moosa. We, the audience, were so invested and focused in the scene unfolding minute by breathless minute, on our screens. The intensity, the melodrama and subsequent performances delivered in these scenes were immaculate! We really felt bad for Moosa. Those tears really hit us hard! Kuddos to Imran Ashraf for outperforming!
Mehmood Aslam as Peer Qudratullah Shah nailed it. Waisay, was disowning Moosa fair?
On that note
All in all, we’re super invested in every episode of Raqs-e-Bismal. Each episode has closed on a cliffhanger so far and we simply can’t wait for the next episode!
Be sure to catch Drama Gup for Raqs-e-Bismil here