The drama picks up and grabs your attention in the 3rd episode. A power-packed performance from Yumna Zaidi and a happening story line kept us hooked. Here’s the latest episode review!
The first two episodes didn’t impress us much but the 3rd episode changed the game. The reason lies perhaps, in the fact that one aspect of the story, that is Bakhtawar disguising herself as a guy and then struggling to find a job, was explored and shown in detail. So we could really connect with her struggle and the gradual transition she goes through.
Some powerful dialogues by Bakhtawar which echoed the struggles faced by many women when they step out of the house.
Quotes Of The Day
- “Larkiyon ke liye ye duniya bari tang hain”
- “Meri pehchan jhooth hi sahi kamskam meri izzat toh mehfuz hai,
Lekin unki mazak urane wali nazre unki hawas bhari bhooki nazron se bohot behtar hai”.
We loved Bakhtawar’s relentless struggle & determination to find a job that is worthy of her and not compromise on anything less.
What Made It More Intriguing
Another thing that really helped make Bakhtawar’s role and struggle interesting for us was the emphasis on highlighting the challenges that seem minor but were actually quite major for Bakhatawar – like sitting on a bus in the men’s section, sitting on the motorcycle with a guy… and Yumna Zaidi delivered this struggle brilliantly.
Though the change-over to a guy as Bakhtu is subtle, nothing dramatic or very masculine, but it is working out. The explanation that he is the twin brother also seems to be believable.
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