Habs | Is Love Really Needed For A Marriage?
ARY’s new drama Habs is an unusual drama with a story that involves a loving couple, trying to make it through the misunderstandings that are created by the unfortunate circumstances and the people around them.
Habs Episode 3 Written Review & Update
Basit and Soha meet for a date when Soha’s friend shows up. She hugs him and Basit is NOT happy about this. Not even one bit. He is immediately reminded of his mother.
He ignores Soha’s calls and tells Fahad that her actions resembles that of his mother’s. Fahad tells him not to jump into conclusions.
Basit gives Soha another chance and he proposes to her.
Ayesha is happy that her sister is going to get married. While Saba is not happy at all. She goes to Shamsa Khala’s house to warn her about Talal’s actions.
Shamsa confronts Talal about his secret Nikkah plan with Bano. Before Talal could do anything, she faints. Like in every desi drama. Predictable much?
Bano is all dressed and prepped to meet Talal when Bano gets the news.
I can’t come to marry you.
Bano is heartbroken. I thought she would be sensible but pyaar andhi hoti hai. I guess.
Saba is happy, hearing about this news.
Meanwhile Ayesha spots Zoya who was with a guy and Ayesha straightens Zoya up. She immediately informs her mother. Her mother too straightens Zoya up.
Saba mentioning that she is a mother of daughters for the umpteenth time is getting to repetitive now. At first, it did hold some value but now, it’s almost useless. Khair.
Habs might be my favorite drama yet. Performances are good, the plot is at a steady pace. And I wait for Irsa Ghazal to come on screen. That woman is incredible AF!
Also is it just me, or Feroze’s brooding voice just annoys the hell out of me. Like his dialogues are barely audible. It’s annoying as hell. But I am enjoying his sober performance. For once, he is not playing a junooni aashique. Good job, Feroze!
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Yeah. Absolutely right! Our dramas need to come out of this.
I agree. Being mother of daughters, or not having a man in your life, that doesn’t give you the right to be evil to your daughters. Saba’s character is just so irrational. But I guess a large portion of our audience does want to see this. Remember Rafeya in Zindagi Gulzar Hai? Why don’t we see mothers like her?
Hmm I guess being a girls’ mom isn’t really a bad thing.
It’s the upbringing that matters most.
Absence of a father is not a reason for the behaviour we see in this drama.( One trying to get married,the other passing time).
The mother is the strength. When she gives strength to her daughters , they become strong.
It’s like Feroze has two modes: shouting aashique or barely audible hero. Both annoy me but at least he isn’t overacting, so what if I have to pay close attention to listen to his precious words? 😀
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