Excursion of a born philanthropist, determined to fill the void in uniform distribution of education in her community, without the bounds of finances. Zimal faces multiple obstacle in her virtuous way, from personal wounds to feudal establishment, everything seems to diverge her astray. Written by Kashif Anwer, directed by Shehzad Kashmiri and produced under the banner of Momina Duraid Productions, the cast of Neem includes, Syed Jibran, Mawra Hussain, Arslan Naseer, Hani Taha, Maryam Nafees, Shamyl Khan, Ameer Gilani, Adeel Khan, Ismat Zaidi, Alamdar Khan, Areeba Tirmizi, Tahira Shahzad, Yousuf Bashir Qureshi & Others. Watch Neem starting only on HUM TV.
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Written by Kashif Anwar
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Neem Episode 3 Written Update and Review
So, Karamat learns that his father is transferring the prosperity rights to the people, the advocate is doing the paperwork while Asad would be the aider.
Karamat barges to meet his father, on the way scaring his wife Ishrat and his daughter Afsheen. The conversation between the father-son duo was so profound. While one person knows that all of the land belongs to Allah, the younger man thinks that it’s his legal right.
Zymal’s brother is leaving for Canada, and wants Zymal and Shaazil to get married before he leaves. Karamat overhears the conversation and suddenly decides to take matters into his own hands.
Karamat goes to see his father again. The two are standing right at the edge of a cliff.
Karamat doesn’t what he threatens to do-pushes his father. He then comes back home and bawla like a maniac. While his reaction was much understandable, it was so hard to see. The scene was a testament to Jibran’s acting prowess.
After the burial, Karamat asks everyone to leave, even his right-hand man Jameel.
We see Shaazil and Zymal at Baba Jaan’s favourite spot. Later, the lovestruck guy goes and stands at the same spot where Zymal was standing. It could have been a romantic gesture for some, but it creeped me out.
The advocate comes with the paperwork and that’s where the episode ends. Karamat isn’t going to let that happen. He wants the ownership of the lands, and now he has it. Why would he let the opportunity slip?
Now, we wait for the next week for the next episode.
That’s my take on latest episode of Neem. How did others feel about it?
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