Sinf e Aahan – Rabeea & her brother made us laugh, Arzoo showed the sad reality of compromised continuity of many relationships we’ve seen around us in the hope of marriage & stability, and Shaista made us root for her. Mahjabeen portrayed the judgments pasted on women based on their attire, Pariwesh & her father gave us hope.
It was refreshing to see light-hearted moments in the drama – from hunting the mouse scene to Shaista secretly applying for the army. Some far-fetched instances too, but they still made us smile & laugh out loud. Sajal & Usman Mukhtar bonded admirably on screen.
Finally, Men Are Supporting The Women In Their Lives!
Hats off to Nadeem Baig for once again managing to maintain viewers’ interest in multiple storylines, moving them forward without losing or confusing the audience.
Did Shaista Make A Wise Decision?
Was it wise of Shaista to leave home in the middle of the night? We are concerned this might encourage some others to do likewise & while Shaista has her cousin with her, others might not be that fortunate & hence, land in trouble. A suggestion that maybe, the involvement of some elders in this matter could have also helped to ensure safety & the right guidance to viewers.
Why Arzoo Why!?
Oh Arzoo, we had hoped that after giving your mother that emotional speech you had not called Nowrez? What is he up to btw? Why did he keep insisting on her picture? We are getting a very sinister feel here.
Loving The Father-Daughter Bond!
Will that neighbor/tribeswoman leak the news of Pariwesh leaving & will that translate into havoc & disaster in their lives? It is so uplifting to show a father in the rural areas wholeheartedly supporting his daughter.
On a lighter note, let’s throw some light on Mahjabeen’s friend portrayed by Ali Rehman & why he’s so farigh? It would have been nice to see some depth in his character.