Alright, let’s begin the review of the latest episode of Sabaat.
Meeral sees her grandmother’s illusion and calls Ali. He doesn’t pick up and she gives him an ultimatum.
Yasir Qureshi has a legal case against him filed by Fareed. He is willing to lose his house and car, just to save his license. Why? I don’t understand. Would he be successful? I seriously doubt.
Meeral and Fareed have a plan carved out for Hassan. Their dubious attempts to pressurize him to join business. The next day he calls Anaya by mistake and the invigilator takes their papers. Hassan takes complete blame. Awnnn!
Nirmal gives a small lecture to Meeral – care about what people around you care about. In response, she asks Nirmal to leave. What? Childhood BFF?
Yasir wins the case, by hook or by crook, don’t know. Yasir taunts Meeral and agitated Meeral fires their lawyer. Aur abba se chugli bhi kar di.
Hassan meets Anaya; apologizes for ruining her exams; thanks her for changing his life; and proposes her. Very beautifully written scene. Woohoo!
Hassan tells his family about Anaya and things blow out of proportion. Hassan holds his ground. I love his character. Scratch that. I love ’em all.
And Some More Rants
Does anyone feel like Atif is like a jealous girl who is never happy?
Hassan isn’t conventionally good looking but the dude has got some acting talent and it shows.
And Sara Khan is pretty good as obnoxious rich girl. And, her hair, OMG!