Time to review the sixth episode. For cast, please read here.
That expression on Gul’s face when she tells everyone that the dholki is over – marvellous. She is so happy that she cannot contain her smile.
Haadi takes off on the middle of the night. Kifayat isn’t home and things get emotional for the first time. Waleed, Kifayat, and Faazi begin hunting for Haadi. The mood gets better soon as Haadi has a loving family and a good friend as Faazi.
Randomly, Meenu says: “Mishi is so good. If it was upto me, I will make her my bhabhi.”
Haadi and Mishi later flirt a little in the kitchen while Mishi is making tea. The scene is fab and cute.
Next, we see the family going out for shopping, in the same mall where Faazi and Haniya are out for a date. The women go crazy, so say the least. Very predictable scene, though.
Meenu’s wedding istikhara is not promising. What now? Will she be able to tolerate this news?
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