Drama Review | Ibn-e-Hawwa | Episode 11

Alrighty, it’s time to review the latest episode of Ibn e Hawwa.

Ibn-e-Hawwa Episode 11 Written Update

Since I don’t like this drama much, I don’t want to delve much deeper in this. Here is a quick summary of this episode.
  • Shabratan talks to Mahjabeen about Zahid and convinces her that this might be the perfect proposal for her.
  • Shabratan talks to Mahjabeen about Zahid and convinces her that this might be the perfect proposal for her.
  • She also talks to Zahid and does the same– tries to convince him that Mahjabeen’s proposal might be the perfect proposal for him.
  • She also talks to Zahid and does the same– tries to convince him that Mahjabeen’s proposal might be the perfect proposal for him.
  • Vicky shows Zahid the video and pictures that he has had made when he met Aliya. Aliya doesn’t even know and her impression is ruined in front of Zahid. I don’t know why Aliya is taking his help. Itna bhi koi matha na ho.
  • Vicky shows Zahid the video and pictures that he has had made when he met Aliya. Aliya doesn’t even know and her impression is ruined in front of Zahid. I don’t know why Aliya is taking his help. Itna bhi koi matha na ho.
  • Nayla asks Shakir to meet her. She is sick and tired of Zahid’s baseless accusations against her. She wants to marry Shakir but he refuses.
  • Nayla asks Shakir to meet her. She is sick and tired of Zahid’s baseless accusations against her. She wants to marry Shakir but he refuses. I don’t understand this drama, at all.
  • Aliya still thinks that her mother is planning her wedding to Zahid.
“Tanhai ki qaid jo hoti hai na, chahe sone ke pinjremein hi kyu na ho, hoti badi sakht hai,” Shabratan tells Aliya.
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