These dramas had taken a turn for the unbearable and I am officially unable to even attempt to watch these shows. On the other end, does Rania ever learn? Sabreen’s character is now married with two children with her husband. Or is this show’s purpose to display the importance a family plays in a successful marriage? The story isn’t fast-paced, but it’s so endearing and natural in all aspects – direction, chemistry, acting, story Posted by Sophia Q at 8: VERY eventful, yet somehow still mildly uninteresting.
But the story feels like it’s stuck in a repetitive rut. These questions are agonizing as a viewer, but it’s keeping me hooked! I felt nauseated watching her antics this week – a car? Numm — Ohhhh, ho ho ho ho ho. Only four episodes in, but it has kept me wanting more each week. That said, the Ahsan-Aiza chemistry is adorable.
It has been, overall, an enjoyable watching experience.
Qarz — Saqib Bhai and Bhabi are out of commission. These dramas had taken a turn for the unbearable and I am officially unable to even attempt to watch these shows. The first episode was greatbut like I said, very heavy. Posted by Sophia Q at 4: Suddenly Aamir has a job, so she wants a mansion, a car, servants It’s nice to see that Khurram is showing signs of change and that Rabia has some hope towards a happy marriage. WHY am I watching this?!
Wednesday, November 13, Drama Update: So for your convenience, I’ve ordered the images and the list in order from my personal favorites to my least favorites. Mere Humrahi, Kadoorat and Sannata.
That aside, the show is still interesting. One has to admire the character of Eeshal and how nicely Mehwish has played her role.
It’s nice to see how much respect Khurram has for his father, even if he feels stifled by him. The acting from all 4 main leads is commendable. On the other end, does Rania ever learn?
I think my brain cells just died. It’s actually quite nauseating. On the other hand, this week, I thought Rania would finally change and learn to love and appreciate Aamir Numm — Ohhhh, ho ho ho ho ho.
Aaliyan is generally annoying. Give that child back to him! I’m not sure how else this can go. The scenes between them were really endearing this week. Get Shayk divorced and throw that psycho Narmeen out!
Faisal Rehman and Samiya Mumtaz are brilliant actors, but they are being given very feeble dialogues to work with. Masha’Allah, my sister had a healthy baby boy and I’ve been busy helping her this week.
Sabreen’s character is now married with two children with her husband. She hasn’t won the lottery! But I do have to say that I made time to watch Kankar this week – beautiful episode and the preview for next week’s episode which I assume is the last left me very emotional.
At times, I feel like “Amma” is warming up to Haloi This drama has infuriated me.
Shakk was also very good this week, as usual. Posted by Sophia Q at 8: Faisal Bhai wants to take him off life support, so Aiza comes to the rescue. VERY eventful, yet somehow still mildly uninteresting. The development of the relationships and the way other relationships have changed is so natural that I’m really loving every minute of this show.
But honestly, I’m unsure as to where this storyline is headed. Rania is clearly never going to learn. The mystery of Khurram’s mother is stretching a little thin now.
Posted by Sophia Q at 3: Let’s see what happens. Posted by Sophia Q at I’m not looking forward to watching this.
Darmiyan — I feel like nothing is happening….