Does being an obedient daughter mean you must feel okay if your parents make you stop studying and forcefully marry you off? Scroll down to read FUCHSIA’s review of Wabaal.
We are not team Anum for sure, but we also do not think she should be told not to continue her studies and married against her wishes.
The drama seems to be sending the message that even if your parents are being unreasonable, you have to accept their decision and by raising a voice for your rights, you will become disobedient.
Why does Anum’s one mistake become the criteria for the izzat and (bay) izzat of her father? So much so, that he is willing to sacrifice her studies and a career?
Anum dear you were showing attitude to Faraz, but now it looks like you are interested in him!
Shagufta’s past is haunting her. She is completely paranoid about the kheer. It is interesting to see how she uses the greed of neighbouring women to propagate her agenda or to gain sympathies.
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