Hook | Episode 2



Hook: Roses And Thorns—Love And Revenge

The story of Hook revolves around the intense emotions of love and revenge. The conflict arrives when Shaheer comes in between Haya and Zayan.

Sometimes your love is not enough for life to go straight. People with terrible intentions will try their best to drag you down. Standing against the wind will be difficult for you when life will go out of bounds.

Written By: Shagufta Bhatti and Shahid Dogar

Directed By: Mohsin Mirza

[Source: ARY Digital Website]

Hook Episode 2 Written Update & Review

Today, I want to share my thoughts on the second episode of “Hook,” a Pakistani drama airing on ARY Digital. The drama stars Faisal Qureshi, who is known for his exceptional acting skills.

This episode was an example of “shit got real, really really quickly”. So many things happened.

  1. Zayan’s parents came to set date for Haya and Zayan’s wedding.
  2. Shaheer brings a ring for Haya, making Haya realize that how serious things are.
  3. Shaheer forcefully gives Haya’s ring.
  4. Shaheer and Zayan into a fight.
  5. Shaheer gets shot with his own gun.
  6. Sweeper takes the call and ends up telling about the dead body.


I must say, I was thoroughly impressed with the fast-paced nature of the second episode. The director did an excellent job of keeping the story moving forward while also building tension and intrigue. The dialogue was sharp, and the acting was superb, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the episode.

One thing that stood out to me was the way the drama explored the power dynamics in relationships. Jaafar’s character is a prime example of how people in positions of power can use their influence to control and manipulate others. The show also touched upon the importance of consent in a relationship, highlighting the need for mutual respect and understanding.

Overall, the second episode of “Hook” was a fantastic display of fast-paced storytelling, engaging characters, and thought-provoking themes. I am excited to see where the show goes from here and how it continues to explore these important issues.

In conclusion, if you haven’t watched “Hook” yet, I highly recommend giving it a chance. With its fast-paced drama, powerful performances, and important themes, it is a show that is sure to keep you hooked!


Until we meet again, check out my books on Amazon. You can subscribe for Kindle Unlimited for free for the first month. You better hurry and read all my books, just saying 🙂
Shabana Mukhtar