Drama Review | Mere Humsafar | Episode 13

Mere Humsafar is a new ARY Digital drama starring Farhan Saeed and Hania Amir as lead and an ensemble cast.

A little Recap of Episode 12

Haala and Hamza are married, haha. That’s so good to see, especially the effect it has on Shah Jahan.

Mere Humsafar Episode 13 Written Update & Review

After all the drama with Shah Jahan and Sameen and everyone else, Haala and Hamza are finally in room, together. This was much expected, and I like how cute this scene was. It showed just how much Hamza understands Haala. Nice little scene, and good acting by both Hania and Farhan.
On the other hand, Shah Jahan is too restless to sleep, and Raees promises that he will end the nikaah the next morning. What exactly does he have in mind? I don’t even know, but I’m curious. 
Hamza is a nice chap who wouldn’t break his promise, his commitment to Haala. But I have a technical question. Hamza reads out the divorce papers out loud. From what I know, the words matter more in case of talaaq. And saying those words would break the nikaah. I listen to Mufti Tariq Masood very regularly, and I’m a fan of his Q&A sessions. When it comes to questions about talaq, he quotes some hadeeth. If I remember correctly:
“Doh baaton mein mazaq bhi sach aur sanjeeda bhi sach hota hai: nikaah aur talaaq”
I would be googling fatwas on this, and I will come back to this one, but I’m pretty confident about this.
I wonder if the makers thought of this, or did they just include the line to make it more dramatic… I’m so disturbed, so disappointed yaar… kya dikha rahe hain dramas mein? In the situation this drama has, one talaq has taken place. And now, Haala and Hamza can’t live together without a new nikaah. Astaghfirullah! 


If we eliminate the whole “talaq” statement by Hamza,  this episode was perfection.
From Nafees who takes Haala’s side, to Riffat who gladly lies that nikaah was in her presence, to Rumi who helps Haala get ready to meet the guests… There were many pleasant surprises sprinkled throughout the episode, which made this episode a wonderful viewing experience.
I enjoyed this episode, and I have my reasons. 
1. It was fast-paced. Many things happened, and no scene was dragged unnecessarily. 
2. This episode also offers some tidbits of comedy. Riffat Begum is always super dramatic and her one-liners bring a smile to my face. 
3. This episode has romance in abundance, so much abundance. Hamza is one of those people who can make you want a life partner like him. And all credit goes to Farhan Saeed for depicting the character oh so nicely. I rewatched many scenes; that’s not something I thought I would ever say. 
So so good. If you are not watching the drama, watch this one just for the sweet romance. It was awesome!



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4 Comments Add yours

  1. I understand your pain 🙂

  2. liza says:

    oh i read a wikipedia article..youre right.. if you say the word talaaq aloud counts as divorce already.. it says you shouldnt use the word talaaq jokingly or unintentionally.. which i think also of the pak dramas do ahah they always, ‘agar tum falana aur falana nahi karogi toh mei talaaq dunga’.. lol well, this was an eye opener for me

  3. liza says:

    idk if i’m right but from my experience of watching pak dramas, i think you need to be in your hosh aur hawaaz when divorcing your wife. because that’s the line they always use when giving talaqs no ? haha i don’t know

    also urgh i’m still so disturbed by sahad news.. amna from SH confirmed their divorce and I don’t know what to feel. such a short lived marriage. anyways, God has a better plan for them i guess.

    also i really thought they were meant to be but I guess i lost my belief in that too 💔

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