Last night’s episode of Aye Musht-e-Khaak made us wonder whether Mustajab is really just an egoistic person who has made Dua’s rejection an ego issue or is he bipolar?
Can Dua Nudge Mustajab Towards The Right & Narrow
What beautiful words Molvi Sahib used to advise Dua:
Is it a message to many girls like Dua whose husbands might not be religiously inclined, to not lose hope, maybe they will be the waseela for guiding them back to Allah? But how can you live with constant conflict & rejection of your beliefs? Is it what one should do? Dua sometimes represents so many young girls, who, despite knowing the truth deep in their hearts, still get influenced by Mohabbat kay do bol…
Dayyan – The Voice Of Reason
Special mention to Asad Siddiqui for playing Dayyan, the voice of reason & balance. This just might be the role where we see the true potential of Asad in a character that seems outwardly simple, does not have many tools to play with, and yet, still manages to connect with the viewers.
Aye Musht-e-Khaak Brings Us A Muti-faceted Character In The Form Of Shakila
Shakila played by Iffat Umer is such a layered character. At one point she seems to be really caring for Dua & corrects Mustajab as well, but she also keeps supporting him in his selfish & egoistic desires. Is she really living in oblivion about her own part in being responsible for Mustajab’s behaviour?