Sinf e Aahan – Is the drama fast becoming a lost opportunity? Should the story have picked up the pace by now?
We are now ready to witness the girls step into the next phase of their training/ life & their backstories wrapped up. But sadly, this is majorly not happening. By showcasing too many details in each scene, (which seem unnecessary at this point), the story appears stretched & is losing impact.
We wanted in on the reactions, the anxiety & maybe the highs of each one of them as they faced their fears of paragliding but sadly, we didn’t get to see any of that.
Worth A Mention
The drama did treat us to some amusing, comic scenes which were such a treat to watch. The exaggerated reactions of Syeda Sidra & the friction between Rabia & Mahjabeen had us smiling.
Was it really a good idea for Major Usama to marry Kiran? It seems that she never got a chance to have closure on her grief or to adjust to this loss.
While the drama showcases a very positive concept of marrying & supporting a widow, it also portrays that perhaps, anyone who suffers such a painful loss needs time & shouldn’t be pushed into a new relationship immediately.
Was Rabia’s reaction to Mahjabeen’s confession about her love for Daniyal a bit unreasonable? Being such a close friend, how could she not know if Mahjabeen really gets involved with every other guy? And was it not a very judgment call on Mahjabeen’s character?