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 13 Written Update & Review
Alrighty, so Shehroz has done the needful to take Wahab to the hospital and all. It shows us that Shehroz isn’t as bad as he pretends to be. Wahab suffers from severe nervous pressure. Naeema is as stressed as could be. She even goes on suggest that she will move into Wahab’s room. What will Shehroz do?
Naeema then suggests and even convinces that Wahab should marry a woman who could take care of him.
Rubina Ashraf here plays a loving and sacrificing mother, which such a stark difference from her role Saira in Angna who is controlling and possessive. I like when our actor choose diverse roles.
Raeesa has now come up with the best option to be rid of Zainab and Ushna. She sits down the other three elders of the house.
“Instead of finding a proposal for Ushna, we should find one for Zainab. With Zainab, Ushna will also move out, and my son can come back,” Raeesa suggests.
Now, everyone likes this options. Rafaqat, Mehnaz and even Shujaat is on-board. It’s about time.
At the same time, Zainab has gotten a job at a school. Rafaqat and Shujaat are like: “if you work, people will raise fingers at us.”
I hate this logic. So, they aren’t paying Ushna’s fee, and they wouldn’t let Zainab work. What do they want from Zainab? Die?
Ushna and Shehroz run into each other again. This time his car hits Ushna slightly. Ushna throws a stone at his car and breaks the glasses. I don’t know how I feel about this scene. Ushna and Shehroz both were rude and silly. It doesn’t add anything to the plot except that the lead hates each other.
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