7th Sky Entertainment Presentation
Producers: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Director: Syed Wajahat Hussain
Writer: Saima Akram Chaudhary
Without much further ado, let’s review this episode.
Chaudhry and Sons Episode 33 (2nd Last Mega Episode Part 1) Written Update & Review
This episode opens with the sweetest little scene between Pari and Billu as they both confess that they can’t live without each other. I had tears in my eyes and a smile on my face. That confession was beautiful. Ayeza and Imran both killed it in that scene.
Dr Salma is dealing with three adamant patients. Dildar Chaudhry isn’t willing to get better. His blood pressure is shooting off the charts while Naeema’s blood pressure is sinking. Then Malka Begum also falls sick.
“Lagta hai iss ghar ko aspatal declare karna parega,” Dr Salma says.
I loved that even in this grim situation, there are some one-liners to lighten up the mood.
The situation becomes more somber when Sheeba locks the fridge and Pari had to eat roti with achar. Billu creates a little scene in the middle of the night. While Dildar Chaudhry allows the fridge to be unlocked, he isn’t ready to forgive Pari. He conditions his forgiveness to one thing and one thing only.
“Ask Billu to divorce you, or take a khula,” he says.
To seek forgiveness for her late mother, Pari agrees. Just as before, she minuses Billu from her life within a second.
Billu: apni maan ka qarz utarne ke liye meri mohabbat ko qurban kar diya?
Pari: kuch qarz apni jaan se pyari cheezon se utarna hota hai
Long story short, Billu isn’t happy that Pari has agreed to leave him so easily while he took a stand for her.
The last and final scene happens between the three generations of Hoshiyarpuri.
“Mohabbat ka gunehgar hoon, usey chorne ka gunehgar kyu banu? Pari chahe to mujhe chor de. Billu usey nahin chorega. Ziddi to main bhi hoon,”
“Mere apne khoon mein hi wafa nahin hai. Jisko bhi dil ke sath lagaya usi ne dil mein khanjar utara hai,” Dildar Chaudhry cries angrily.
Loved the trio-Imran Ashraf, Sohail Ahmad and Noor ul Hassan. Extremely well done.