Alrighty, it’s time to review the second episode.
Ibn-e-Hawwa Episode 2 Written Update
Zahid is a mysogynist, so much so that he can’t even tolerate women’s mannequin. Ufff…
We see Mahjabeen who is attending the dholki function. The groom is very taadu, and he makes a pass at Mahjabeen. Thankfully, Shabratan is always around to look after Mahjabeen. I can’t say if I find that likable in a heroine. Mahjabeen should have been strong enough to deal with that tharki dulha, but that’s just my opinion. I know… I know… Later she does slap that dude (Ahsan/Guddu) but why did she entertain him for so long. Pehle hi dur fitte munh keh diya hota.
Hira looks haseen in this episode. Ufff, so beautiful and vulnerable. And that Asad Mumtaz Malik portrait was so lifelike. Is he late Sethi saheb? I would have loved to see him on screen playing some important role.
We see Aliya flirting with Zahid and our hero doesn’t even look up at Aliya. A lot of new faces are seen. I loved that Inaya Khan is also in this drama. I like that girl, especially since I saw her as Nasreen in Laapata and Nimra in Akhir Kab Tak.
By the way, Shabratan isn’t as *simple* as one would think. She is like a local jhad phoonk amil who charges stuff for her wazeefa. Ouch! And while we are on the subject, I still stand by my opinion earlier: that Aymen wears too much make-up.
Dulhan Nighat, her mother and Ahsan’s mother are so greedy. From jewellery to dresses, they want Mahjabeen to spend on everything.
Naveed and Jameela don’t have a happy married life. I just know where this is headed. And the next scene doesn’t disappoint me. Jameela accuses that Nayla and Naveed are involved. Seriously, why can’t Nayla lived with her father and brother? This seems so hard to digest.
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