Which side are you on? Hilmand, who thinks Sheherzade betrayed him & doubts her loyalty; that she must have told Haji Marjaan all that he shared with her, or Sheherzade, who feels indebted by the shafqat of Haji Marjaan & expects Hilmand to understand that it’s not betrayal? Scroll down to catch up on Sang E Mah.
Interesting, thought-provoking & engaging conversations between Hilmand and Sheherzade. It shows the stubborn, obsessive & slightly territorial side of Hilmand – how he wants to own his friends & their loyalties. We also get to see a more controlled, sane & firm side to Sheherzade who’s not letting Hilmand get under her skin.
But isn’t Sheherzade expecting too much from Hilmand to understand her care & affection towards his worst enemy?
Was Hilmand correct in comparing Haji Marjaan with the Doctor (Sheherzade’s mujrim) and embarrassing Sheherzade. Marjaan is not a compulsive murderer, and his crime is still not proven. The doctor on the other hand was a compulsive abuser… share your view on this one.
Hilmand & Sheherzade’s relationship is so interesting, the very dukh and betrayal that had brought them together is now causing friction & competition between them. Is there a lack of communication? They both want care & empathy from the other but fail to give it themselves to the other person.
What is Hilmand up to?
We are a bit disappointed, despite knowing Hikmet has nothing to do with the attack, he’s still assembling the jirga & accusing him? A dark side or a glimpse of shrewd planning by Hilmand? What’s your call?
Gulmeena jee, by choosing Mastaan over him, aapney Hikmet ka dil tor diya.
Such a lovely, poetic & heart winning scene between Marjaan and Zarsangha – the bond between them, the dialogues & the support they gave each other, the future planning & Marjaan’s realisation of the upcoming turmoil their family will be thrown into. It is always a treat to see two industry veterans sharing the screen.
What are your thoughts on Sang E Mah so far?
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