Drama Review | Paristan | Episode 31

 

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Paristan Episode 31 Written Update & Review

Paristan’s finale was all over the place. 

 

  • Arsam continues the “script” that Babar has written. He tells dadi that Ujala wants the papers of the house. 

 

  • Dadi now thinks that Ujala and Haseena both are gold diggers. 

 

  • Babar tells dadi everything about him and Ujala and their childhood engagement. 

 

  • Dadi doesn’t want anything to do with Haseena’s family now, and she wants to call off both engagements, Ujala and Arsam’s, Azar and Mehreen’s.

 

  • Babar talks to Ishaque and tells him to not go against Ujala’s wish.

 

And then things magically sort out. 

 

This was quite underwhelming finale. A few things weren’t explained. like how and why did dadi change her mind about Mehreen and Azar, or why she thought of Pari for Arsam. Similarly, how come Haseena was all sweet and nice to Pari and then Babar. 

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