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.
Digitally Powered By #masterpaints
Written by Kashif Anwar
Directed by ShahzadKashmiri.
A Project by Momina Duraid Productions.
[Source: Hum TV’s Official Youtube Channel]
Neem Episode 9 Written Update and Review
Assalam alaikum, , my dear drama lovers!
Alrighty, I’m back with Neem’s review, ready to delve into the latest episode of “Neem” and unpack the emotional rollercoaster that it has been. Brace yourselves, for this episode continues to hit us right in the heart.
The Hurting Game
First up, let’s focus on Zimal’s heartbreaking struggle with her inability to conceive, and its impact on her relationship with Shazil.
Zimal’s journey has been nothing short of heart-wrenching. Her longing to become a mother, her silent tears, and the burden of societal expectations have left us all feeling a deep ache in our hearts. As viewers, we are emotionally invested in her plight, empathizing with her pain and yearning for her happiness.
However, this episode brings another layer of complexity to the story. As the news of Zimal’s inability to conceive puts a strain on her relationship with Shazil, tensions and blame arise between them. Shazil, hurting from the situation, points fingers at Zimal, placing the blame squarely on her shoulders.
But let’s pause for a moment and go on a little rant, shall we? Why do we, as human beings, often lash out and avenge our own hurt on others? When someone’s words or actions wound us, why do we find it so tempting to hurt them back, even if they aren’t responsible for our pain? It’s a perplexing aspect of human behavior that we often struggle to understand.
In Shazil’s case, we can see that he is hurting, and it’s natural for him to be upset and frustrated. However, it is crucial to remember that he has no right to hurt Zimal or blame her for something beyond her control. It is unfair and unjust to take out our own grievances on innocent bystanders, especially those whom we love and care for deeply.
Perhaps it’s the intensity of our emotions that clouds our judgment and drives us to act out in such ways. Or maybe it’s a lack of healthy coping mechanisms that leads us to channel our pain into negativity. But, my dear readers, it’s essential to remember that we can choose a different path.
Letting go of grudges, forgiving those who have hurt us, and finding healthier ways to cope with our own pain can lead to healing and growth. As we watch “Neem” unfold, let it be a reminder for all of us to reflect on our own actions and reactions, and strive to be more compassionate and understanding.
The Changed Equation
The equation between them has slightly shifted. Now, Zimal is making some decisions on her own, like travelling to Karachi alone, in a train, not even asking Shazil if he’d accompany her. Now, I know she’s hurting, but she took things too far, don’t you think?
Shazil has apologized to Zimal and still comes to see her off at the railyway station. (PS: Arsalan looking great in that white t-shirt).
When you feel like breaking down like a kid but have to smile through tears…
That look on her face just broke my heart.
Zimal meets sir Ayaz, and shares her hurt.
Ayaz: You’re stronger than others, and that’s why the challenges you face are also monumental.
Zimal: I can’t share with anyone else. I’ve to console myself. Sometimes, it works, sometimes, it doesn’t.
Zimal’s New Adventures
Our heroine, Zimal, continues to be a beacon of strength and resilience in the face of challenges. Her resolve of steel shines through as she encounters a little boy on the platform who polishes shoes for a living. Instead of turning a blind eye, Zimal takes it upon herself to make a difference in his life.
I must say, Zimal’s unwavering determinism is truly commendable. Her determination to help the young boy and encourage him to continue his studies despite his difficult circumstances is both heartwarming and inspiring. It’s a reminder of the power we hold to impact the lives of others positively.
As I watch Zimal’s character unfold, I can’t help but admire her for her kindness, compassion, and unwavering belief in making a difference. She is a true embodiment of the saying, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Zimal’s actions remind us of the potential we all have to be agents of positive change, no matter how big or small the gesture may be.
It’s moments like these that make “Neem” more than just a drama; it becomes a reflection of the goodness that exists in humanity. Zimal’s character teaches us the importance of empathy and extending a helping hand to those in need. Her compassion is a reminder that we are all connected, and our actions can have a ripple effect on the lives of others.
I find myself drawn to Zimal’s character not just for her unwavering determinism, but also for the depth and complexity she brings to the narrative. She is not just a one-dimensional heroine; she is a multi-faceted individual with her own struggles and aspirations.
In a world where we often feel overwhelmed by the challenges and uncertainties, Zimal serves as a guiding light, reminding us that our actions matter, and we can make a positive impact in the lives of others.
As the story of “Neem” unfolds, I eagerly await to see how Zimal’s journey will continue to inspire and touch our hearts. Her character has left an indelible mark on the viewers, and I can’t help but root for her as she navigates through life with grace and determination.
The emotions ran high in this episode as we witnessed the devastating news of Arshad’s mother’s health. Diagnosed with cancer and having undergone chemotherapy without success, the doctor’s recommendation for another round of treatment has left the entire family in despair. My heart goes out to them, especially Amjad, Arshad’s brother, who is scared beyond measure. I so feel his pain, because… you know… been there… As someone who has experienced the pain of watching a loved one suffer, I can deeply empathize with Amjad’s emotions.
Asad, being the caring and concerned friend that he is, breaks the news to Arshad despite his mother’s wishes to keep it from him. The dilemma of revealing such heart-wrenching news to a loved one is not easy, and Asad’s decision to do so shows his deep sense of responsibility towards his friend.
Now, Arshad’s visa is on the verge of expiration, adding another layer of complexity to an already dire situation. The desire to bring his mother to the US of A for treatment is understandable, as we all want the best for our loved ones, especially in times of health crises. However, as we anticipate, this path may lead to the difficult decision of engaging in a paper marriage to extend the visa.
The sacrifices we make for our loved ones can be overwhelming, and Arshad’s agreement to this arrangement showcases the depths of his love and devotion. It’s a heart-rending reminder of the lengths we go to in order to support and care for those we hold dear.
As we watch “Neem” unfold, we are reminded of the trials and tribulations that life throws our way. It is in these moments of pain and struggle that we find the true strength of human resilience and the power of love and sacrifice.
Arshad’s storyline sheds light on the importance of empathy, compassion, and unwavering support for those facing challenging circumstances.
Karamat plans to take the land back and treat people like kachra. His plans often make me shiver. Jameel is always by Karamat’s side, and I still fail to understand how does he have the strength to do chaploosi 24×7?
And so, as we eagerly await the next episode of “Neem,” let’s keep our hearts open to the lessons it has to offer. Let’s learn from Zimal and Shazil’s struggles, and may their journey inspire us to be more empathetic, forgiving, and kind-hearted individuals.
Until next time, my friends, let’s be mindful of our words and actions, and remember that hurting others won’t heal our own wounds.
This drama is giving me chills. 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?
Until next review, please check out my books on Amazon.
Like this post?
Show some love!
Buy Me Tea