Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 16

Hum Tum Episode 15 Recap

Sultan had brought Sarmad’s proposal for Maha. For reviews of older episodes, check these links below.

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 1

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 2

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 3

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 4

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 5

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 6

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 7

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 8

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 9

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 10

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 11

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 12

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 13

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 14

 

Drama Review | Hum Tum | Episode 15

 

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Hum Tum Episode 16 Written Update & Review

Zaroon is in the college to help Neha (and by extension Adam) in their project. Dude is giving all his attention to Neha, which doesn’t go down well with Adam. This trio can never work together peacefully, I’m sure. But I would like to see more of them. In this episode, there wasn’t much of it. Qutbuddin isn’t well, and he trusts only Adam. Adam comes home to take Qutbuddin hospital. Instead, he has to tend to Haleema and Tamanna who fall down while doing yoga. Unncessary drama…

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Sultan is relentlessly pursuing Maha’s proposal for Sarmad. And Neha is relentlessly convincing everyone against the proposal. She makes Maha call Sarmad and say no. Of course, things don’t go as plan. Sarmad and Maha agree to meet, for a date, sort of.  Adam helps Sarmad while Neha helps Maha for the meeting. Their bickering is on as usual, but Sarmad does convince Maha and Maha says yes.

Mubarak ho, ladki ne haan kar di.

Neha jo tapi hai, soch hai aapki.

Now, both Neha and Adam are trying to convince their respective fathers to reject the proposal. That won’t happen, but I’m sure this is result in some bitterness between the siblings. Just a guess…

I love Ahad Raza Mir, but in this drama, he has gone overboard with his expressions. Thoda shant hota Ehd-e-Wafa ke Saad ki tarah, toh I would have loved him more.

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