Will Mere Humsafar finally give us the love story that will make us want to fall in love again, which will make girls dream and believe in love once again? The best part is that Hamza and Hala are writing their own love story.
“Haan is rishtay mein abhi mohabbat nahin hai kiyonkay hum ek doosray ko jaantay nahin hain, thoree koshish tum kero, thoree mein kerta hoon, to mohabbat bhi ho jaaye gee na…“
Hamza jee kiya khoobsorat baat kahee. A guiding light for couples starting a new life together.
Daadi Wins Our Hearts As Always!
How uplifting is Dadi’s relationship with Hala! She is not only her friend but also makes Hala open up to her about her worries and insecurities.
“Hamza is lucky to have you in his life because you are bey-gharz, hamdard, and masoom.” Beautiful words from dadi that should serve as a guiding light for men and women on what to value in a partner.
Appreciation note for writer Saira Raza for creating a caring and supportive character in Hamza. It is important and heartening to note that although Hamza agrees with Hala and acknowledges that all her concerns are valid, he does not consider her unequal to him. In fact, he goes on to help her solve these concerns – such a positive and uplifting twist.
Hala Finally Takes A Stand
Yaay for Hala! She finally smiles and shows her feelings towards Hamza. Hala jee aapkay saath hum bhi muskra utthay they. We can also see Hala standing up for herself and against Sameen, which is like a breath of fresh air.
Was Sameen justified in giving this crazy reaction and getting insanely mad at Hala?
Khurram is back in the scene and what a twist! Does he know who Sameen is? Were the events planned or did it all happen by chance?
Another beautiful message was delivered by Jalees Chacha, who tells his wife not to give a baddua to Hala, but instead, make a dua for Sameen. Thankfully, Chacha is able to assess the situation objectively unlike the women in the family.
Shafaq and Hala miss each other and it would be nice to see them both together. Dost to dost hotee hai na… We are glad to see that Shafaq’s father can see right through Khurram and is not fooled by him at all!
What are your thoughts on Mere Humsafar so far?