Drama Review | Aye Musht-e-Khak | Episode 30

Alrighty, let’s review the latest  episode of Aye Musht-e-Khak. Please check the cast and characters of Aye Musht-e-Khak, and my reasons for watching this drama.

A little recap of episode 29

I didn’t watch the 29th episode, but I can infer that Dayaan has allowed Dua to marry Mustajab, again.

Aye Musht-e-Khak episode 30 written review and update

Why, o why? Why does YouTube show me dramas that I have decided to not watch?
Yesterday night, AMEK 30 played automatically and before I could switch screen and pause, I had listened to one third of the episode. I haven’t watched the previous episode, but from the recap, I can infer that Dayaan has allowed Dua to marry Mustajab, again. And that raised a question–How can Dua marry Mustajab after Khula. I have gotten quite good at searching fatwas these days, so I put on my researcher’s hate and got typing.
After khula, a woman can marry the same man after new nikaah without halala, because khula is equivalent to one talaq only. Ruju’ is possible.
The only thing that this drama has done right is to show the above ruling of Islam. The rest of the episode was just bleh. Dua and Mustajab are headed to Jamalpur for nikaah, some goons come and Dua is shot. She is taken to the hospital. Shakeela, Bobby, Dayaan, and now Dua… This drama relies on hospitalization as a plot devices. All conflicts resolve once someone is hospitalized. That is so overdone that I don’t even care now. I didn’t care before, either. After watching half of episode 27, I didn’t want to watch this, but then things happen…
I guess I will just begrudgingly bring this drama to end, begrudgingly being the key here. I’m done with GEO dramas, until something is very enticing.
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Shabana Mukhtar

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