Prem Gali has been talking joint families & susraal interference since the past few episodes. We get it, we really do. But kahaani aage kab barhe gi? Are we being too harsh or impatient, or do we merely harbour very high expectations from Faiza Iftikhar (going by her past brilliant projects).
Prem Gali wowed us at the beginning but for the past few episodes is it … stuck in a (joint family) rut?
We loved Joya and Hamza’s cute romance, were so happy for them when they finally got hitched, giggled at (and related to), their families’ shenanigans. But now the drama’s stuck … in a rut? Sui phass gayee hai and we are going round in circles contemplating joint family systems, susraal interference etc. etc. to the point of no return … Faiza Iftikhar turn on your brilliance please …we know you have it in you – we’re still hoping for an unexpected turn in the story.
Acha toh before we begin, we have a question:
What would you have done if you were in Hamza and Joya’s place? Moved out of a (torturously) loving and ahem (suffocating) joint family or stuck it out?
A wake up call
Not calling home (and doing it in hiding) is just adding more fuel to fire, and, dare we say, extremely irresponsible.
A ray of hope
Prem Gali is heading towards a grand finale…we hope the wait was well worth it…because kahaani khench ke lambi tau ho gayee hai, lekin … aage ka kya keh sakte hain…lost for words!
Shazia likes to pen her thoughts when she feels passionately about a life experience, a person or an event. She is mother to 3 lively boys and along with her husband, attempts to settle in her new country by taking German lessons so she is able to soak in the culture, language and spirit of the region.
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