Why is Meerab causing so much trouble? Is she using Murtasim to get back at everyone for what they did to her and her foster parents? Will Murtasim be the collateral damage?
And we wonder what can finally dissuade her from continuing to be difficult and causing trouble, more trouble and then again more. The story has come so far and although Meerab’s anger is justified, she might be lost for ideas in ways of showing it creatively. So far, the sensational, unpredictable element has worked and Tere Bin trends on twitter weekly. Will the trend party continue throughout the season?
Oh well, that’s for time to tell!
Too Many Question Marks
But we wonder what or who can finally pull the stop on Meerab’s scheming and strategic planning. When will Murtasim be able to go one up on her and in a good way too?
Ma begum barging into the room on the wedding night, forcing Murtasim to raise the ghoonghat and then presenting the ring as moon dikhai… yeh kahan hota hai?
While twitter had a blast with numerous Tere Bin memes of the scene, we caution people that if we create too much hype around such poor execution and scene twists, this kind of weak plotting might become a norm in upcoming dramas.
Murtasim We Feel For You
Oh Murtasim we feel for you. The way you have been cornered. Despite knowing that Meerab has also been wronged unfairly, we can’t help but have sympathies towards Mutasim as he had felt Merab’s pain. While Merab’s reason for the marriage is revenge, Murtasim had no such agenda.
Also, it would be unfortunate to see a story that attempts to clearly give out strong girl messages fall prey to memes and sensationalism. It is also relevant to note if we are, after all typecasting strong girl roles as rude, obnoxious and stubborn. Are there not better ways to vent your anger? Perhaps ask Murtasim that she wants to continue her Law Degree? Just a suggestion, since conditional marriage was on the agenda.
Meerab You Are Good At Planning
Meerab jee you are a really good planner. First you made sure Murtasim marries you, then you walked away just at the time of nikah to ensure he agrees to your terms and signs the papers under pressure. You switch to attack mode just when one is not expecting it. Meerab’s conversation with her parents was heart breaking. She is angry and disappointed, but her heart still yearns for them as is evident from her eyes. Yumna Zaidi gave a great performance.
Murtasim-Meerab Tussle Is Engaging
The Murtasim-Merab tussle is engaging for viewers and keeps you interested in the drama. The dialogue between the two, when Murtasim signs the papers were deep.
Murtasim jee, Meerab ko itna hola na lein, when you utter that dialogue: “Yeh shadee ab ek imthihaan hai… Ya mein jeet jaaonga ya woh haar jayee gee…”
We wish Haya had not been shown attempting suicide. Not a good example to set for women who are involved in a one sided love.
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