Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 28

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

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 21

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 22

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 23

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 24

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 25

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 26

Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 27

Paristan Episode 28 Written Update & Review

The emotional pressure continues on Ujala and Arsam. This time, dadi forces Arsam to meet Ujala. That whole scene was so boring and sort of annoying. If that wasn’t enough, Pari is hit by a bike so Arsam takes Pari to the hospital. This gives dadi and Haseena more ammunition to hate Pari. And then dadi calls her (with her injured leg) to yell at her. That would have been enough. But no. Dadi goes to on tarnish Pari saying she is after Arsam’s monies and that it was all her game plan. I hated the whole conversation. I wonder why Azra Mansoor agreed to do this role. Isn’t it time that we stop writing such characters?

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Babar is back and now he knows everything that has happened behind his back. So far, his genius has come up with brilliant ideas. I wonder if he would be able to fix things now? 

Review

All this while Arsalan Naseer and Aymen Saleem did okay with their respective roles, but now that the story has taken a serious turn, they both fail to deliver. They try hard, I can see but Aymen’s performance comes across as forced and hammy while Arsalan just looks angry. 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. I will try, Laiba but Paristan doesn’t excite me enough to go into more details. I will try to update this review soon. Thank you for visiting my blog 🙂

  2. Laiba says:

    Plz write a detailed written update…as iam unable to watch episode and read only your reviews…so write it with more emotions and dialogues if possible

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