Mann Aangan | Episode 15

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 15 Written Update

After Faraz reaches home, he realizes how rude he had been to Mahnoor. He repeatedly calls Mahnoor but she doesn’t pick up his call. He shares his dilemma with his sister Aima.

Mahir has gotten a scholarship and still takes money from Faraz–he’s a selfish moron. I was surprised to see that Kinza scolds Mahir. Later, she also tells Mahir to arrange for his fee from now on. I like that she finally acts like a “rational” mother.

Ramsha is quite nosy and keeps asking Mahnoor why she’s not picking up Faraz’s phone.

Faraz apologizes to Mahi, and Mahi strongly and confidently deals with him. I like her stance, especially when she goes separately instead of sharing the ride with Faraz.

Areeba finds earrings in Saqlain’s pocket. When she confronts, Saqlain says that it’s for Areeba. Later, he changes the topic and twists it around Mahi and Faraz. Saqlain takes money for house renovation. Hasn’t he taken enough from this family?

To make things worse, he gets Faraz arrested.

Now, Mahi loses her temper completely. She goes to confront Saqlain but he doesn’t pick up the call. Mahi keeps hopping from one police station to other to take the complaint back. Now, shit is getting real.



Assalam-o-Alaikum everyone,

I recently watched the 15th episode of “Mann Aangan,” and while there were some good moments, there were also some things that left me feeling frustrated.

One of the things I appreciated about this episode was how Mahi dealt with the people around her, both in and out of the office. She showed strength, determination, and compassion in equal measure, which made her a very relatable character. It was also interesting to see how her relationships with her colleagues evolved over time, particularly with Saqlain, who was becoming increasingly unpredictable.

However, despite Mahi’s admirable qualities, I found myself growing increasingly frustrated with the way Saqlain was being portrayed. He seemed to be given far too much leeway, and his behavior was becoming increasingly erratic and troubling. It felt like the show was trying to justify his actions or make excuses for him, which was disappointing. Saqlain’s character needed to be held accountable for his actions and not given a free pass just because he was a man.

Despite these criticisms, there were still some good moments in the episode, particularly in the way it explored the theme of family and the sacrifices that people make for their loved ones. The scenes between Mahi and her son were particularly touching, and they added an emotional depth to the show that was appreciated. Mirza Zain Baig has such a terrific presence on screen. He’s handsome, and Mahi’s red dress in this episode was so nice.

Overall, while the 15th episode of “Mann Aangan” had its moments, there were also some things that left me feeling frustrated. I hope that in the upcoming episodes, the show gives Saqlain the accountability he deserves and continues to explore the theme of family and sacrifice in a meaningful way.

Thank you for reading my review, and I look forward to seeing how “Mann Aangan” continues to unfold.

So long!


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Shabana Mukhtar