We don’t know why he is always so devastated, but boy is he perpetually irked. By the way, in last episode, I liked that Arsam wears the same maroon shirt he gave Ujala to iron.
Alright, let’s get to it.
Kamali and Pari are going to meet Arzoo. On the way, Pari starts to fight. Long story short, police beats up Kamali. Woh kehte hain na ki bewaqoof dost se aqalmand dushman behtar hota hai. This beating is what you get when you have Pari as a friend.
Mehreen’s possible in-laws are about to visit. But at last moment, they learn that the match is already married. Now, Mehreen wants to see the guy just to insult him. Mehreen comes across as a sadist, and I can’t wait to see how she behaves with that family.
Zubaida is now working at Arsam’s. Amanullah has made tall promises to dadi about Zubaida’s culinary skills. While in fact, she knows nothing. Ujala is always there to cover up for Zubaida, and it strengthens dadi’s liking for Ujala.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t like Arsam’s rude behaviour. I would have understood if he was angry with kids or with Pari, but why is he always yelling at dadi?
This time we also learn that Arsam was driving the car and his brother and sister-in-law were in the same car. After the accident, the couple passed away. And Arsam is angry young man ever since. But that doesn’t give him the right to be mad at everyone, does it?
I don’t like the hero of this drama, and I don’t like the heroine of this drama. If the supporting cast wasn’t so interesting, I would have given up on Paristan already. I wasn’t a big fan after the first episode but this drama isn’t as bad as I had thought it to be.
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