Writer: Ali Moeen
Director: Abdullah Badini Producer: Zeeshan Ahmed
Executive Producer: Tamoor Tariq
Produced by: Mont Blanc Entertainment
It’s an adventurous and action-packed story revolving around the two landlord families who are indulged in rivalries.
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The episode starts where it had left off. Waris meeting Zain.
Waris tries to convince Zain to end the hostility between the families. But Zain isn’t quite convinced. He, however, lets Waris go scott-free. Sassi witnesses all of this and gives Waris a call. Seeing Waris and Sassi on their phones respectively throws Zain off. Being suspicious of the two.
Waris comes home, greeted by his very angry mother. Malkani questions Waris about his whereabouts to which Waris tells her the truth. Saying that
I feel like I’m a sinner if I lie
This quality I like about Waris. Even in the last episode where he tells his mom about getting married to Sassi but Malkani dismisses it, thinking he was lying.
Waris immediately tells Malkani everything that had happened. This resulted in a very predictable slap from Malkani, and rightly so. She is also angry with Ranjhay for letting Waris go on this “suicide mission”. She asks Ranjhay what his punishment should be. To which he replies
Bewafayi ki sazaa sirf maut hoti hai
But Waris saves Ranjhay in time before Ranjhay could pull the trigger on himself. Phew!
Back at Mai’s haveli, Mai’s trusty handmaiden, Kamli, informs Mai about Wari’s arrival (to the guards at Mai’s Haveli he was addressed as Majeed). Mai Laali is furious and questions everyone,including Zain. Zain lies that it was not Waris but someone else. Mai is suspicious but lets him go.
Meanwhile, Sassi is perplexed. She wants out. Stat. She calls Waris to arrange for passports to leave the country.
Amma Waddi’s swan song. Wah Wah I had literal goosebumps.
I keep forgetting to appreciate Naila Jafferi in every episode. Her dialogues just reek of pure passion for Ishq. After hearing her dialogues, I feel like falling in love too. Lots of pure imagery.
Also, this drama was shot when Naila ji was still undergoing chemo for her cancer. She still performed her scenes to perfection.
The rest of the performances are still so good! No flaws at all. Also it was yesterday when I found out that Hadi Bin Arshad who plays Zain also played Jahangir in Alif. Wow!
The cinematography and direction are both outstanding as well. Again, one of the best production in Pakistani Dramas. So damn good!
Also I wanted to go review Habs but ARY’s channel got hacked. So…
Until then check out my other reviews!