Hum Tum Episode 23 Recap
The wedding is on, and so is the usual banter between Neha and Adam, Safiullah and Tamannah.
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Hum Tum Episode 24 Written Update & Review
Neha finds out about Sarim’s proposal
So the rukhsati is about to happen. Neha is upset, and that’s when she learns about the proposal, from Adam of course. She is mighty pissed. She cries and whines but then eventually tells Qutbuddin that she wouldn’t object to his decisions. Huh? That wasn’t expected. I mean, this was too sudden to be acceptable.
By the way, Sasha and Mili were reduced to messengers interrupting one conversation after the other, did anyone notice?
Maha is allergic, who knew?
For the past three episodes, Adam has suddenly become Aadi. If that wasn’t random enough, Maha is suddenly allergic to fresh flowers. She can’t be in the room, she needs her medicines, and of course Adam has lost the keys to Maha’s bag so… This was utter chaos.
Maha is phoohar, mashallah
She throws tissues on the floor, keeps the fruit peels on the side, she drops a cup of tea on herself. Sultan’s family is obsessive about cleanliness. This is going to be a bit of challenge. Not fun, challenge.
This episode was so random. Many things happened out of the blue. The last scene was the most randomest of them all. Neha purposely praised Sarim while standing under Adam’s balcony. Iska kya purpose thha? Was it just to tease him? Or was she trying to show him that Other people finde her desirable? Or does she want him to take a stand for her? If that was the case, then… No, I think I’m blowing out of proportion. She just wanted to tease because she’s a mean little witch. Argh… I have rarely disliked any heroine with so much passion.
I also didn’t like why Sarim is painted in a positive light here. He’s punctual, he’s responsible, he follows the rules… This is how we are all expected to be. Just because you don’t follow the rules doesn’t make the responsible people wrong. I understand Sarim’s time-keeping would have annoyed anyone, but he isn’t wrong in doing so. What he did do wrong was to claim that “Main sikha dunga Neha ko.” First of all, Neha apne Abba se nahin seekhi, aap kis khet ki mooli hain. Second of all, why would you want to change a person just because you’re marrying her? I don’t understand why marriage is often deemed as a mean to “fix” the other person. Sure, if both parties respect each other and adjust a few habits for the other, great, but this can’t be the norm. Alright, I might be tempted to rant more so I stop here.
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