Drama Review | Meray Humnasheen | Episode 14

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Meray Humnasheen

Meray Humnasheen is a mesmerizing narrative encapsulating the struggle between aspiring dreams, hopes and greed for power.

Khajista is a smart, intelligent girl who belongs to a conservative and traditional family that hails from mountainous areas. Her passion to become a doctor stems from her childhood trauma when she lost her mother early on in life. To revolutionize healthcare services, Khajista is filled with hopes and dreams. On the other hand, Khajista’s cousin Darakhzai is a hot-headed and arrogant man whose backward thinking makes him insecure about Khajista’s higher studies and wishes to keep her under his control.

Coming from an educated and well-off family, Hadi is in his final year of medical school and his composed demeanour makes him highly likeable amongst his batch mates. Studying in the same college, Khajista and Hadi’s first encounter leaves them with mixed feelings for each other.

In a dream of becoming a doctor, will Khajista be able to overcome all the challenges? With constant pressure from her family particularly Darakhzai, will Khajista be able to fulfil her dreams or will she remain caught in the dilemma of love and dreams?

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Writer: Misbah Ali Syed
Director: Ali Faizan
Produced by: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Production House: 7th Sky Entertainment




Meray Humnasheen Episode 14 Written Update and Review

This episode was quite underwhelming. Nothing much happened except that Hadi is falling head over heels in love with Khajista. Correction: Hadi has fallen head over heels in love with Khajista. Also, Khajista has topped three subjects in the final term winning three gold medals. 

Back home, Khajista and Darakhzai keep bickering as usual. Amroz Khan once scolds Shanzay for her poisonous words against Khajista. This, in turn, makes Shanzay more determined to ruin Khajista. Ouch!

Behram Khan demands Khajista’s hand for himself. This instigates another tiff between the two families. 

Khajista comes back to college only to be hit by Hadi’s car. It’s only an accident but this gives Aima a chance to throw more taunts at Khajista. 

The episode ends as Hadi wraps patti around Khajista’s perfectly manicured foot. Woh kya kehte hain? Aap apne pair zameen pe pat utariye ga, mailey ho jayenge. 

Aima does what she does best. Her eyes bulge out of socket scaring the hell out of me. Oh, the horror! 

Quite underwhelming… 


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  1. Ouch! That’s a long rant. Don’t you think it got a bit too harsh?

    I understand where you’re coming from, and I agree that the dramas often
    a) put Islamic teachings in a bad light (we can have a longer rant about this)
    b) mix religion and different cultures together and try to paint a particular ethnicity in bad light (again, this can be attributed to unawareness about both Islam and some culture).

    I guess through these wrong portrayals we learn that this isn’t real life, this is a drama which might not be the exact portrayal of real life.

  2. Fatima hayat says:

    The drama writer seems to be ignorant enough, my suggestion to him/ her kindly well read before you write something, you are in the stage of reading, kindly read more and more and then build knowledge background so you may then be able to write something constructive, the character played by Ahsan Khan is just an exaggerating a specific narrative,such pathans are not found in KPK , may be somewhere in Punjab or any other part of Pakistan, here in KP girls exercise their right to education with full freedom, pardah is not any type of harsh restriction or ill treatment with muslim female, because it’s been mentioned in Quran ,the Muslim female will exercise Vail and pardah, so if you are a Punjabi, misbah madam, I hope you are a female? the same instructions are applicable on you as well, pardah is not something produced by pakhthun culture or pakhthunwali, it’s pure Islamic culture, so if you are trying to portrait something which tries to degrade Desi libas or culture and tries to prove western dressing or culture a civilized one, then I will say merely a sentence that ” you are also an extremist”, you knw there are few elements in every ethnic group of Pakistan, which are anti state agents and anti religious agents which are mis interpreting the Quranic and Islamic teachings about women, they are imposing v harsh strictness on women , but they totally deteriorating the true Islamic teachings and they are not only present in pashtun belt ,they are present in Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan as well, they are extremists on “right” and you are extremists towards “left”, because you are extreme modern and they are extreme strict, hardliners, have you ever dared to write something against them? Who are the real culprits?
    First go and learn something, the world is proceeding towards immense advancement, development, innovation and our drama writer is writing about shalwar, kameez, Chadar pahnaay Waly jahil aur ” coaster sy outharti hui jeans pent pahnnaay kulay Balu wali civilized, jahil urath ! Don’t you have anything constructive to write? Go get tuition from writers of ” hum Tum, Suno chanda, Bano qudsia, Ashfaq Ahmad, you ignorant of the century spoiling the nation

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