Let’s review the latest and the last episode of Kashf – episode 29 that aired on October 28, 2020.
If you’re new to this drama and interested in knowing the characters and previous episodes’ reviews, and you should, read here. It will help you understand the story better.
PLOT SUMMARY & COMMENTARY
After a seven minutes of recap, the finale episode begins with the same old note – Imtiaz’s greed.
Rasheda brings Wajdan’s proposal for Zoya. Wajdan confronts Kashf, calls her names and tells her that her ibadat for Allah is just a show off. Eventually, he says that he regrets falling in love with her. Somehow, this works as the last nail in the coffin. Why? I don’t understand.
Kashf has a recurring dream, something she envisions even through her waking time. This is the only time she doesn’t tell anybody about her dream.
People at the sanctuary want Kashf to help them as she did previously but she repeatedly tells them to pray and ask from Allah and Allah alone.
Zoya marries Wajdan, only to find him agitated. He blames her for ruining his happiness, and then takes off. We see him feeding the cats on a dargah.
And then Kashf’s last dream becomes a reality.
Hira’s portrayal of a woman with full trust in Allah also wavers. Junaid’s portrayal of a man slowly losing mind comes off as weird at best. Sameena Ahmed, Waseem Abbas and Saleem Mairaj have been consistent in their respective roles.
It isn’t often that the drama ends on a sad note. I would have cried a lot, but I had anticipated it. When I watched the first trailer, I told my sister the end of this drama, and I am spot on. I cannot tell you the happiness I feels when I predict something right.