Drama Review | Aik Sitam Aur | ARY Digital | Episode 12

Aik Sitam Aur | Sacrifices And Revenge

The premise of Aik Sitam Aur, ARY Digital Drama revolves around the life struggle and tragedies of Zainab, her daughter Ushna and the spiteful behavior of her brothers Rafaqat, Shujaat, and their wives.

Written By: Rehana Aftab

Directed By: Ilyas Kashmiri

[Source: ARY Digital YouTube Channel]

Aik Sitam Aur Episode 12 Written Update & Review

So, Shehroz arrives at his own birthday party. He is still thinking of Naeema all the time. Midway through the party, he decides to leave. Zunaisha makes a big fuss out of nothing. While the fiance-finacee are talking, Ushna is listening to the conversation the whole time.

Why? 

Or, as Malka Dadi has asked in one of the episodes of Chaudhry & Sons.

Have you no manners young lady?

So far, I was thinking that Anmol’s portrayal of Ushna is making unlikable, but now I’m guessing Ushna isn’t the perfect, righteous person she often claims to be.

Anywho, Shehroz comes home, confronts his mother, and calls of the engagement.

 

Sufiyan has gotten a job. He comes home to take his documents, and Rafaqat is like: I paid for your education, so you can’t take those documents. Toh woh kya kare? Phir se padhayi kare apne paison se? I am not questioning the writing of the drama, I’m just questioning parents like Rafaqat. Parents have a very high position in Islam, but then parents shouldn’t do such things, either. Just saying.

 

Ushna comes home to a riled-up Raeesa who talks rubbish about Ushna. At this point, I should probably say, “what else is new”, but this is getting too much to handle. Why can’t they focus on Shehroz and Ushna more?

 

Wahab isn’t opening his door, and this worries Naeema. He’s found collapsed on the floor. I guess this is when Naeema would think of getting a new wife for her husband. Finally, the drama is moving in the direction where it should have.

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