Pardes wraps up all stories in a typical, yet heartwarming & winning way. The best part of the episode was both Ayeman & Ibaad coming half way, letting go of their zid & respecting each others’ wishes.
What We Loved
From Asim to Rohail, every character had a journey & we saw growth in them over time. Issues were solved along the way & not everything was left to be concluded in the last episode. That is reflective of a well-written, impactful script & superb direction.
The evolution of problems when men have to live & work abroad, away from their families, from previous generations to present generation was extremely relatable & well representative of the experiences & feelings endured by those whose lives have been a part of this journey.
Not just Ayeman & Ibaad, every story was engaged us & we couldn’t wait to see what happens next.
The OST was lovely, it warmed our heart & we could listen to it on repeat.
Yeah, we felt it too!
Yes, thanks Marina Khan for a project that delivered the very best!
Pardes was Karma in action and it resonated with many in the audience
Yes, the generation switch was superbly handled!
Yes! We will miss these two onscreen!
Family over all else – Pardes message loud & clear!
And it’s a wrap for Pardes – a story that felt the pulse of many in a nation that has experienced families separated due to financial hardships & the quest for a better future!