Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 22

Paristan Episode 21 Recap

 Dadi has broken Pari’s heart and dreams by being rude to her.

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

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Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 17

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Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 21

 

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Paristan Episode 22 Written Update & Review

Dadi’s verbal assaults continue

Hamza and Noma are little kids but even they realize that dadi is being unreasonable. She doesn’t want the kids to be near Pari. She has even asked Ujala to tutor the kids. Now, that would worked well if Ujala was interested in being their tutor. She isn’t. 

 

Pari vows to never go to Arsam’s house because dadi doesn’t like her. Remember this point. Exam mein aayega.

 

Arsam takes responsibility for Pari’s bhand 

 

Pari tries to score brownie points with dadi by ironing her clothes. Yes, you guessed it right. She burns the dupatta. Arsam takes the blame on himself. That was cute. And, it would have worked wonders for Pari, but Zubaida also interrupts the conversation and takes the blame. She thinks that it was Amanullah. Long story short, dadi knows who burned her dupatta.

 

Now, exam time… Didn’t Pari vow to never come to Arsam’s house? What was she doing there? 

 

Another conflict in Mehreen and Azar’s love story

 

Mehreen goes to shop with Azar, and guess what? She spots Azar talking to Ghazala. She takes off without giving Azar any chance to explain himself. And then Ishaque knows, and he’s like: Shadi cancel. 

 

I don’t like such conflicts. Unnecessary conflict that could resolve itself by a simple conversation. Argh, this isn’t good. What’s worse is that the conflcit resolves within five minutes. Kya chal raha hai bhai? 

This episode was quite slow, and I didn’t like it.

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