Sinf e Aahan captured our hearts with these relatable moments & gave us an opportunity to laugh out loud, wrapping it all up with a poignant thought on marriage.
How deep & long-lasting friendships are made through competition, mutual support, of being thrown together in a certain situation, common interests, pranks & simply discovering each other’s life & culture.
1. Shaista & Rabia racing for the wash room?
2. Syeda Sidra being caught with the flower?
3. Mahjabeen & Pariwesh’s expressions when the clothes fell out of the cupboard?
4. Arzoo standing in the pail of water (balti)?
5. The uniform inspection?
We are loving the journey of how the girls are pushed out of their comfort zones & learn to survive. The interesting details about their training is making the story such a treat to watch.
Inspector Samia noting that Nathmy is wearing the flags of two countries was an emotional moment, highlighting her responsibility & perhaps earning subtle envy & respect for getting this opportunity.
What a beautiful message by Major Usama about changing the narrative for our daughters “Apni beti kay liyay inaam mein shadee nahin rukh sukta, shadee kahani ki ending to nahin hotee, ek phase hota hai”.
Yet another engaging episode! Physical exercise for young girls is so important & must start in school, not just PMA. LC Nathmy exhibited better fitness because of her schooling & emphasis on PE. Hope local curriculums can pick up on this!
Happy to see ‘woke’ narratives for young girls. If stories change, so will our dreams, drive & achievements! Nothing wrong with dreaming for a shehzada but, there are so many other dreams we can dream that help steer our stories in places we have never been!