Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 21

For reviews of older episodes, check these links below.

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 1

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 2

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 3

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 4

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 5

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 6

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 7

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 8

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 9

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 10

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 11

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 12

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 13

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 14

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 15

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 16

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 17

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 18

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 19

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 20

Paristan Episode 21 Written Update & Review

Arsam and Pari’s scene is on

 
Whether it’s Arsam’s visit for fixing Azar’s date or Pari’s visit to their house to play with the kids, Arsam keeps reminding Pari that they will be next. 
 

Mehreen Weds Azar (15th of next month)

The dates are final. And the preparations are on.

I wish Amanullah and Zubaida would get more screen time

 
Amanullah tries to spend time with Zubaida as much as possible. They do get a few moments together but not much. 
 

Rakh rakhao wale khandan ki rasm o riwaj continues in this episode

 
I have mentioned it previously that I don’t endorse the whole rakh rakhao and shiz much. This time the pressure comes from Ishaque. He hijacks Mehreen’s call with Azar. He tells them both to do purdah from each other until wedding. The scene was hilarious, but it’s just my dislike for “rakh rakhao” that makes me irk every time.
 

Dadi could be quite rude

Dadi likes Ujala, we all know that, but that doesn’t mean that she should hate Pari. Arsam and Pari like each other, it isn’t one sided love. Why is she mad at Pari alone? Don’t spoil the kids, don’t spend time with them, we will pay you for your time… I might not have liked Pari (or the girl who plays Pari) but she has genuinely cared for the kids. And to talk about “muawza” for her unconditional love for Hamza and Noma was just terrible. 
 

Performances

 
Saifi Hassan is so effing talented. His portrayal of Ishaque is simply perfection. He’s loud and strict at first but then immediately changes his stance when Haseena yells at him. Woh kya kehte hain, bheegi billi ban jate hain. It was so good. 

 

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