Is Murtasim suffering from a sense of self-supremacy that he doesn’t explain anything to Meerab, or, he simply and unreasonably wants Meerab to trust him blindly?
Good Research But Why The Secrecy
Well, we were as surprised as Meerab, to discover that Murtasim had done his homework and planned to get the girl married to a guy from her own tribe. As he says “Woh aman kay liyay aaee hai”.
Now the question is, why couldn’t he explain all this to Meerab? Why does he expect Meerab to trust him when she distrusts him so much? Does he have a deep need inside him that Meerab trusts him and believes in him unconditionally? It would have saved a lot of drama if he had simply explained things to her. Or does he want to teach her a lesson by proving her wrong about him every time?
On another note, the script is showing Meerub making perpetual errors in judgement, which also seems to undermine her education and upbringing, purposely making her character appear foolish – through little fault of her own. And in contrast, making Murtasim’s dominant, ‘ask no questions, I am the boss’ mindset more superior to audiences. Do you feel this is a form of silent messaging? We were hoping that Naila’s twist will serve as an opportunity for Meerab’s character to shine through, but it actually ended up making her look a bit silly and impulsive. Is the script pro-Murtasim?
Haya’s Saga Takes A Comic Twist
Oh Haya, kiya cheez hain aap? Non-stop toxic and inciting negativity… but somehow, now you are making us laugh, and we look forward to seeing which new inane angle will you bring to the conversation? If Bee Jamalo had a new face, it would be Bakhtu. Why did he have to tell Ma Begum all the details? And maybe, instead of saying Meerab, he could have addressed her as Meerab beti.
Will The Accident Make Meerab Open Her Heart To Murtasim’s Love Finally?
The fact that she almost lost him, that he risked his life for her… (as she says in the drama but we couldn’t spot that scene anywhere, since it merely appeared to be an accident and at no point did we see Murtasim come in front of her to save her), will this make her believe his intentions for her are true and genuine?
Point to note: If Murtasim really did move to save her, Meerub’s statement & the scene should have correlated.
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