Tell us your verdict on Maahir. Is he the rightful owner of the bangles, ya choree choree hai? If there is one indisputable reason to watch Dobara, that is Bilal Abbas’s performance. How natural & comfortable is he as Maahir! It makes the entire experience of watching his journey more believable & entertaining.
What an interesting & muzay ki episode. Mahir meets Meherunissa & we just can’t handle how cutely & innocently Mahir calls her Mehru…love it!
We felt for Mehru & how she has no one to turn to.
Give Mahir’s Parents A Reality Check!
Maahir’s father should have stood up for him. The matter could have been resolved at home later but his wife insulting Maahir & ruining his character was out of line, given she’s the one who even locks the freezer at home.
For Maahir’s mom, we have to say: “We wish you were not his mom”.
Hadiqa Kiani gives a credible performance as Mehru – a recently widowed woman who suffers being judged by society coupled with the rebellion of her son. The drama portrays how a woman’s position as a widow is compromised & she is left with no choice but to give in.
Appreciation for Zoya Nasir as she delivers a powerful performance when she discovers the truth behind the bangles.
A shout out to Danish Nawaz for directing a fast paced episode so that you don’t lose interest & yet, depicting events in a manner that stayed impactful. The smallest of details – Maahir moving his head slightly to convey a ‘no’, Mehru trying to live her life by wearing new, brighter clothes, each action evoked emotions & kept us engaged in the story.
Bilal Abbas has us swoon for sure!
Bilal Abbas aces his role once again.
Maahir ki annkho mein ansoo thay aur saath hum bhi ro rahay thay
Absolutely in love with their interaction!
Mehru jee ap ne baatein bilkul theek ki hain. But sadly only a few understand.
Dobara is surely a breth of fresh air and we look forward to the story unfolding!
To Sum It Up
At the end of the day, did Mahir really have ownership over the bangle? Was he justified in taking it? It’s a tough one folks, however, Bilal Abbas as Mahir is certainly making us lean towards him – it’s all in the expressions … and, they have us!
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