Drama Review | Aye Musht-e-Khak | Episode 6

Alrighty, let’s review the third episode of Aye Musht-e-Khak. I wasn’t ready for this. I mean… I didn’t know that there will be two episodes.

A little recap of episode 5

Mustajab continues to be the brat that he is. Dua

Aye Musht-e-Khak episode 6 written review and update

Shakeela is in Islamabad. Taking this oppotunity, Mustajab plans something for Dua. Incidentally, Shakeela runs into Daayan in Islamabad. When he comes back home, he learns that Dua has gone with Mustajab. Ouch!
Mustajab takes Dua home, asks all the servants to leave. It also starts to rain.
The couple sits on the dinner table, and instead of eating, they discuss about religion. That scene is written so beautifully.
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“Aap mera aitbaar tor rahe hain. Agar aap ne jane na diya to kabhi aap par bharosa nahin kar sakungi,” Dua says.
Thankfully, Daayan comes to pick up Dua. Bhai, twin ho to aisa.
Mustajab has lost it. He wants rukhsati, he wants to take Dua home, and Shakeela is losing her mind over it. I don’t understand this mother-son duo, at all.

Review

This episode was a bit too much. So much has happened. I can’t even process it all.
By the way, Ishq-e-Laa team should learn from this. They have at least three servants. Unke paas to bas Salma and Sultan… hehe…
I loved the staircase shot. Grandeur!
I didn’t understand why Daayan is trying to justify Mustajab’s actions. He was worried as shit before marriage, but then he allowed the marriage. He was worried when he leared that Mustjab had lied to take Dua home, and he saw Dua crying, and yet he is advocating for Bobby. Abey? Itna positive kaise ho sakta hai?
Feroze Khan was so freaking good when he repeatedly said: I hate him, I hate him.

Until next post, do check my books on Amazon.

Shabana Mukhtar

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