Murtasim, the knight in shining armour, rescues Meerab in the best and most dramatic way possible. Tere Bin won us over!
A dramatic rescue for Meerab, only to be taken care of by Murtasim in the most endearing way, and last but not the least, Murtasim’s single-minded drive to teach a lesson to her captors. Tere Bin just threw us a block buster episode.
Rescue Mission That Pulled The Right Moves
The audiences got to see such a filmy, dramatic rescue of Meerab. Oh my, my … we were just glued, holding our breaths, waiting for the moment when Murtasim turns around and sees Meerab. The yellow dupatta wrapped around his hand… the way he screamed with sheer rage and fear of losing Meerab “mein jaaonga ijazat lenay?”
If we had been watching in a cinema, we would have been cheering complete with thundering applause and all, the moment he brought Meerab out of captivity.
Murtasim’s shawl added the final dramatic flourish to an already well-knit scene and gave fans the right level of emotion, drama and more drama – and … no one’s complaining!
An Endearing Recovery, Fireworks & More
And if that was not enough, the makers gave us the most heart-warming and heart-winning moments when Murtasim tends to her, even wiping her feet … Oh so gently.
Murtasim breaking stereotypes here by tending to his wife all by himself. And with so much love.
But dear Murtasim, we were a little disappointed to hear you talk about your izzat, the status and position of your family, your ghairat, when Meerab wakes up. We wish you had actually asked her if anything happened to her, if she was okay…?
The fireworks between Meerab and Murtasim, when he asks why couldn’t she just listen to him, why was it not enough – an important discussion highlighting the issue of men expecting women to follow their instructions even if there is no explanation. So can we really blame Meerab, maybe she wouldn’t have ventured out if she had been explained that all of the surrounding land doesn’t belong to Murtasim’s family, and the potential danger of crossing over.
The Ghairat Talk Could Have Been Avoided
We know you care about her, but we would have liked you to express that to her in words, rather than talk about your ghairat.
You can say he’s a feudal lord. But he is also the new generation. His treatment of his young, defiant wife had nothing to do with feudal lords at times. But these words reminded us otherwise.
The final dialogue about a woman for a woman … “zameen kay badlay zameen, izzat kay badlay izzat…” might have been left incomplete and while we’re not sure if Murtasim meant to finish it off some other way, but the fact that that was the last dialogue we were left with left a bitter taste in the mouth. Unfortunately, when these sensational dialogues are uttered, then audiences do not even pay heed to the second half because the first part is so impactful. So even if Murtasim clarifies it further later, or changes his stance (which we are hoping he does), the damage such dialogues can do is hard to repair, especially in a country where honor killing and rape and a woman’s behaviour are linked to a family’s ghairat.
Are we expecting too much from Murtasim or can he change the game? Will he make Meerub submit to his rules or will they both help change each other for the better? His dominating will and her defiant spirit? Oh well, there are fireworks between them for sure, now let’s make it all worth it
We wonder, is Meerab really in her senses? Why would she remove the bullets from his revolver? We get it that she was worried about him but this was a foolish move.
Haya continues on her tiresome, toxic journey … fully brainwashing Ma Begum as well.
What are your views on Tere Bin? We’re looking forward to the episode. What about you?
Agreed with your points that was very foolish move of meerab… And also hope murtasim clarify their words later … I feel pain of murtasim while searching his wife also knew that he shout on her when she open her eyes. But murtasim is love . It is so embarrassing when he use gun to shot but their is no bullets.
It’s only me or anyone else who notice pool behind them when murtasim take care of meerab.. that pool scene I am waiting Soo much