“Agar kisi ko ek dufa own ker loon to uski izzat or uska maan mera hota hai.”
Basit’s character is so interesting. Despite being bitter towards marriage, he is responsible and respectful. Maybe deep down he doesn’t really despise the idea of marriage, but wants to be loved and have a chance at it.
After a long time, Feroze Khan has landed a character that is so endearing and totally winning hearts with his portrayal of Basit’s soft, mehroom & udaas side.
The way he proposes to Soha was so heart-touching. He was honest, yet fearful. We love how his honesty came across in his conversation.
Bano And Ayesha’s Mother Has Unlocked A New Level Of Toxicity
How conniving is Bano and Ayesha’s mother. We are also stumped at the game she played, how she got Talal’s mother to become the evil one & ensure the nikah doesn’t take place.
Bano’s mother’s toxicity is taking away from a very important conversation – that of her helplessness when faced with no other means of income. And how girls delay their marriage in order to support their families. A slight shade of grey in her character would have added miles to making it more relatable, also making us sympathize with her to some extent because her problems are very real and faced by many aging parents or single mothers of young girls.
A Little Relief
We are happy that Ayesha’s character is shown to be sensible and makes Bano understood that it is okay if Talal couldn’t come because his mother was in the hospital.
Can a girl & guy not go out for lunch as friends? Should Ayesha have given a chance to her sister to explain?