Mann Aangan is a unique story of a house where the eldest and the only son-in-law is running the household. The younger two sisters and his mother-in-law are so dependent on him that he even decides where they’ll be studying and where not.
Writer: Nadia Ahmed
Director: Hisham Syed & Salman Sirhindi
Mann Aangan Episode 12 Written Update & Review
Saqlain continues his games. First, he lets Rimsha go to University because otherwise she would have gotten married to a rich, well-to-do, settled-in-abroad guy. This decision wins him accoldates from Rimsha, and he got the rastey ka kaanta out of the way, and turn Rimsha against Mahi.
Most of this episode was Rimsha saying shitty things about Mahi, and Mahi keeps sulking so much so that Mahi can’t even focus on work. It doesn’t go unnoticed by Faraz, and we see some pearls of wisdoms being imparted. Nice moments.
We meet Faraz and family. Faraz’s mother is also a widow who thinks that Faraz is her only mean to provide for things. Faraz’s younger brother Maheer is also in the same university as Rimsha (hint hint), and he’s selfish AF-pay my fee, buy me a bike, take care of me while I do nothing, not even study. The younger sister Aarna (I couldn’t get her name, I replayed 5 times) is a bit considerate but her mother and brother aren’t so much.
The episode ends as Faraz brings Mahi’s car (the one she gets as part of her “permanent” job) home. Saqlain taunts as usual.
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