Mann Aangan | Episode 3

Mann Aangan is a unique story of a house where the eldest and the only son-in-law is running the household. The younger two sisters and his mother-in-law are so dependent on him that he even decides where they’ll be studying and where not.

Writer: Nadia Ahmed

Director: Hisham Syed & Salman Sirhindi

Mann Aangan Episode 3 Written Update & Review

Wassay asks why Mahi isn’t wearing the ring he gave her. Mahi wants a “certified” rishta, but Wassay’s parents won’t agree to this alliance because of the social class difference.

Saqlain and Iram bring Ashir’s proposal for Mahi but Mahi refuses flatly. This doesn’t go well with Saqlain. Saqlain threatens that it could lead to something terrible (hint: Areeba’s divorce) while Iram starts talking rubbish about Areeba. This family is cray, including Ashir.

I would like to particularly like to point out how Saqlain kinda pestered Ashir to take revenge on Mahi. The way he repeatedly asked Ashir about Mahi, it was clearly to instigate Ashir. That’s just a hunch. Coming episodes will confirm my suspicions.


Assalam Alaikum everyone!

I recently watched the third episode of “Mann Aangan,” the popular Pakistani drama series that is currently airing on ARY Digital. While the show has been a hit among audiences, I must say that I am disappointed with the direction that the character of Mahi is taking.

In this episode, we see Mahi getting involved with a wealthy young man named Wassay. While Mahi is head-over-heels in love with Wassay, it is clear that he does not have any intentions of marrying her. His parents would never agree to such an alliance due to the social class difference between the two families.

As a viewer, I couldn’t help but feel frustrated with Mahi’s decision to get involved with Wassay despite knowing that he would never marry her. She is a bright young woman who has the potential to achieve great things, yet she is willing to settle for a temporary fling with a man who has no intentions of taking their relationship seriously.

What bothers me the most about this storyline is the message that it sends to young women in our society. By portraying Mahi as someone who is willing to compromise her values for the sake of a man, the show is perpetuating the idea that women should be willing to settle for less than they deserve.

I understand that the show is trying to explore the theme of social class differences and how they impact relationships in our society. However, I feel that this could have been done in a more nuanced and thoughtful way.

In conclusion, while “Mann Aangan” is an entertaining drama series, I cannot help but feel disappointed with the direction that the character of Mahi is taking. By getting involved with Wassay, she is compromising her values and settling for less than she deserves. As viewers, we should be critical of the messages that these storylines send and demand better representation for women in our media.

Thank you for reading, and I look forward to sharing my thoughts on future episodes of “Mann Aangan” with you all.


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Shabana Mukhtar