Dunk’s latest episode left us on another cliffhanger. As both Bilal Abbas Khan & Sana Javed delivered mind-blowing performances, we review this week’s episode with a few questions on where the story might take us!
Dunk gave us an outstanding episode with powerful performances and direction. But what’s more? Let’s see.
The Scene That Killed It
The Haider – Amal confrontation scene was played out with heightened sensitivity, zero melodramatics and oh what an impactful play it was! More on this soon, but after we contemplate Amal’s next move.
What Will Amal Do Next?
Will Amal request Taya to let Haider return in exchange for her marrying Safeer?
What Will Haider Do Next?
Haider transformed from the intensely emotional young man in love to the deeply disturbed, guilt-ridden youth who aged overnight! Bilal Abbas expressed in a single tear what harsh words & angry outbursts could not achieve.
“Mein tumhaare baghair nahi reh sakti … mut jao mujhe chor ke”
Even these dialogues were uttered without much theatrics.
We felt for Amal once again! What about you?
Safeer Marks An Entry!
Since the beginning we kept asking ourselves keh Safeer kuch kare ga or is he just part of the support cast? Well, now it’s clear Safeer is entering the game and heroically – marrying Amal and saving his father’s reputation.
Laikin aik baat hai, does he carry shades to his character too, just like the rest of them? Hmm, ye to aagay pata chalay ga.
The director, Badar Mehmood, creates suspense & drama through camera angles, timings & flow, rather than in expressions & dialogue delivery. We have to say, we are appreciating this refreshing approach.
We can’t wait to see how Haider will react to the wedding news, and will he ultimately expose Amal or will he let her off the hook? Professor Humayun’s name must be cleared, sooner or later – but it remains to be seen how the drama unfolds, for now, we’re watching DUNK!
While you wait here’s the promo for the next episode!
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