Waleed has left for the cricket camp. Back home, everybody is worried and irritated at the same time. Haadi is ever so practical. He tells everyone to chill, and that Waleed will come back in a week.
Mishi is mad at Haadi and Haadi is… Well… Haadi is stupid. He doesn’t reciprocate Mishi’s feelings. Mishi is quite savage, though. Chun chun kar jawab deti hai.
Finally, it is Meenu’s nikaah. Meenu with Ashar, and Faazi with Haniya. Nikaah to nahi hoga but what will be the twist? Haq-e-mehr or something else?
Something else… Ashar is already married and has three kids. This is that moment when the two families finally stand together, tall and strong.
Can’t wait till the next episode. Faazi and Meenu will get married. Yayyy!!!
Asma Abbas reminds me of Bushra Ansari many times. I know, both are sisters but this time she even embodies Bushra mam’s body language.
On a side note
Gul refers to one of the dresses as “chuhe ke rang ka joda”.
Chuhe ke rang Ka joda reminds me of a novel that I read ages ago. In that the tai Amma had strange ways of naming colours. She calls grey as “chuhe ka rang”. When she visits the doctor, the doctor asks the colour of her vomit, she points at his tie. Funny novel it was. Come to think of it, it must have been written by Saima Akram Chaudhary.
Off to bed. See you tomorrow with next episode’s review.
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