Sabaat | Episode 8


Please read about the cast and characters before you read the review. Previous episodes’ reviews can be found here.

Alright, let’s begin the review of the latest episode of Sabaat. It aired on May 17, 2020. Why does this date sound special?

Plot Summary

Right, so Hassan is heartbroken about the rejection. Anaya tells him to stay away from her, and breaks her phone, too. Sis, why did you break your phone? So unlike Anaya.
Meeral is out to celebrate her victory with Ali and Nimra. She gives generous tips to waiters, and buys out dinner for everyone present. This girl is crazy.
Anaya’s parents know how devastated she might be, so they leave her alone. Her parents are so understanding, an example for most parents who suffocate their kids. Not mine, but most of parents are that way.
Hassan cannot figure out the reason so he arrives at Anaya’s place. Aziz Saheb doesn’t let him talk but Anaya sets things straight as her parents watch on.
Hassan comes back, packs his bags, vows to never return and leaves his house. But Mrs Fareed begs him to stop. He gets a job, refuses to talk to his father. The war of ego is ON.
Anaya tops university and her friends want to celebrate but the who Hassan episode upsets them, too. I like her friends. Her parents set up a small and emotional celebration party. Anaya also gives her consent to marry whoever they seem suitable.
Mrs Fareed’s bitter words force Fareed to change his mind, but Meeral still stands strong against Anaya. Nani’s dream also push her to get rid of Anaya. She is still hell bent on killing Anaya, even fighting with Ali for the same. She breaks up with Ali for revealing her secret. What the?
Mr Fareed gives his consent for Hassan’s marriage to Anaya, but why would they entertain them again?
Anaya, I mean, Mawra Hocane steals this episode again in her confrontation with Hassan. Awesome! But I must admit Hassan is quite good.

Let’s be honest. This drama has hand-picked cast. Nobody is bad. Can’t wait for the next episode, which will air on Chand Raat.

Shabana Mukhtar

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