Drama Review | Chaudhry and Sons | Episode 7


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 7 Written Update & Review

Woah, this episode was a total shock. I was wondering when and how Pari and others will find the truth about their relationship with her hosts. But this was such a surprise.

Pari had skipped dinner, and she is in the kitchen now. While Billu teases Pari, Tashi asks for a cup of tea. And long story short, Pari sees her mother’s photo. Brilliantly done… 

Malka Begum brought Pari to Chaudhry house on purpose.

Now, this is unacceptable. Pari doesn’t want to stay here at all. She is leaving the house when Shakir catches her. The two get to talking, and even hatch a plan for future. I cried throughout the whole conversation; I don’t even know why.

Billu Chaudhry has his usual swag, and he continues to bicker with Pari every chance he gets. I looove these two characters. So we written.

“Socha thha ki umar ke sath sath tumhari khabasat mein Kami aa jayegi, lekin suna hai ki abhi tak kisi ne tumhara record nahin toda,” Dildar Chaudhry says.

This episode was such a tear-jerker. I’m glad that I kept this episode for the last. So far, Chaudhry and sons is leading the Ramzan Special dramas. Hum Tum is also doing okay but Paristan is on shaky grounds. Sometimes I feel that it’s promising, other times I feel that it is just bleh.

Incidentally, all three ramzan special dramas are sorta hate-to-love stories. Coincidence?

Anywho… Off the three, this is the only drama I look forward to. I could’ve binged it if that was an option.


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