Drama Review | Chaudhry and Sons | Episode 13


7th Sky Entertainment Presentation

Producers: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi

Director: Syed Wajahat Hussain

Writer: Saima Akram Chaudhary

Without much further ado, let’s review this episode.

Chaudhry and Son Episode 12 Recap

Tashi learns that Pari is Sabahat’s daughter, but he promises to keep quiet for sake Pari and Malka Begum.



Chaudhry and Son Episode 13 Written Update & Review

Alrighty, so the genius Billu Chaudhry is all set for his exam–the extra exam that Professor Bakht is conducting before letting Billu and gang back into the college. All his farras are in his shoes. And Bunty washes his shoes. The exam is super hard, so Billu plans to steal the papers. I don’t understand how this is going to help. If there are no papers, Professor Bakht will conduct the exams, right? If he is planning to add answers to the papers, how would he put the papers back? Would Professor Bakht deem these papers trustworthy?

Professor Bakht brings a police officer to Billu’s house. Pari hides the papers saving Billu and Shobi from police and Professor Bakht, but now she refuses to return the papers. This is so interesting.

Professor Bakht is quite an item, and Usman Peerzada has done well in his comic role. 

Sheeba continues to bicker and rant about everything, and this gets too much. Dildar Chaudhry has had enough. Once scolding from him and sets Sheeba straight. Loved this scene. Ek dant hi kafi hai.

Tashi’s wedding is almost final, so is Paro’s. I wonder how their weddings will be called off. Paro and Tooba are quite annoying, though.


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