Neem | Episode 4


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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Neem Episode 4 Written Update and Review

Alrighty, I’m back with Neem’s review. Let’s start with Madhushree’s sweet voice crooning over…

Kabhie neem neem kabhie shehd shehd…

This episode makes us all painfully aware of how dark this drama is going to be.

Karamat is more evil than we thought he is. He doesn’t hesitate to kill another man, almost. He has ordered a new mansion to be built, a new luxury car is booked. In short, he is living life on his terms, something that his father didn’t let him.


Advocate Hakim Shirazi comes with the paper of property transfer, and just as we expect, Karamat flatly refuses to honour his father’s decision. Advocate Hakim isn’t as tame as he seems. He comes armed with a video message from the deceased wise man. This video message kinda forces Karamat to relent to his father’s wishes.

I hadn’t expected that. Given how arrogant Karamat is, I had thought that he would NEVER leave his “zameen” to the poor. But he proved me wrong


Karamat’s daughter Afsheen has a boyfriend, and she meets him often. I just wonder how Karamat would react when he finds out. This subplot has me intrigued.


Zimal’s brother has to move to Kaneda, you know and decisions regarding Zimal’s life must move fast. Karamat also knows this, so, he decides to play a game.

He comes to see Zimal’s brother (I still haven’t caught his name), makes a sad face, and tells them that his father always wanted Zimal to marry Karamat. Now, the brother, his wife, and Zimal herself, they all know that it’s a load of crap, but nobody reacts. In matters like these, keeping quiet is the best way to deal with the situation, don’t you think?

Zimal isn’t stupid or unnecessarily ambitious, either. She has plans for Kashmir and did not want to marry yet, but now the situation demands her to change her decision. She does so wisely–I will marry Shazil.

Alrighty, let’s get things rolling.


Knowing Arshad’s craze, his mother agrees to go and ask for Zimal’s hand in marriage. I think this is just a false promise, but Arshad is quite hopeful and even tells his friend Nasir.

On the other hand, Shazil and family readies to come back to Kashmir and ask for a wedding date. On their way to Kashmir, they stop by a sweet’s shop. Guess who is there? Nasir.

Nasir learns the purpose of Shazil’s family’s visit. Like a loyal friend, he runs to tell Arshad. Now, what will Arshad do? We will have to wait and watch the next episode. The psycho Karamat on one side, the lovelorn Arshad on the other side, Zimal is up for a challenge for sure.


The highlight of this episode, as ever, is Mawra. The way she breaks down by the grave is just… Let’s just say it tugs your heartstrings. See for yourself.

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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