The possibility of negative repercussions of physical intimacy in a relationship if you are not married. An extremely important and relevant topic presented with finesse and respect. Appreciation post for the entire team.
Azmia and Fardeen are cousins and engaged to be married Azmia is a simple girl who is hopelessly in love with Fardeen and can’t take it if he is angry at her. Fardeen lives abroad and while he seems to have feelings for Azmia, he never lets an opportunity go by to show his narazgi. He is also the kind who wants a girl’s entire life to revolve around him.
Zaki played by Zahid Ahmed, belongs to a struggling family. Zaki’s mother and grandparents used to stitch clothes for Azmia’s family, and they both used to be friends in childhood. The friendship now is rekindled after some time.
Fardeen emotionally blackmails Azmia and gets her to do some inappropriate things over a video call, persuading her on the logic that they are engaged after all, and he is her husband to be. Azmia is now torn between what is right and Fardeen ki narazgi.
On Spot Execution
The drama portrays all this without a single scene that will make you or the actors feel uncomfortable. The script presents both sides of the argument and depicts intelligently how, a person in a close relationship can emotionally harass you under the guise of love. The story has been executed so far with the utmost respect and care, keeping in mind the socially sensitive topic.
Conversations That Matter
The dialogue exchange between Azmia and her bhaabi was such a great conversation, clarifying any doubts about what is right and wrong between a guy and a girl, and where to draw boundaries. No one but your husband can be intimate with you.
The drama also highlights the judgment calls one faces when he or she says no to the things which might make them uncomfortable or seem inappropriate but are prevalent all around us.
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