Mann Aangan | Episode 5

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 5 Written Update & Review

Assalam Alaikum everyone!

I recently watched the fifth episode of “Mann Aangan,” the popular Pakistani drama series that is currently airing on ARY Digital. In this episode, we see things change pretty fast as Ashir and Mahi’s families finalize the alliance. However, Ashir has a different plan in mind. He suggests a nikaah instead of engagement, and before we know it, Mahi and Ashir are getting married.

Saqlain sees a boy following Rimsha’s van and just assumes that he must be after Rimsha. Saqlain scolds Rimsha and forbids her from going to college. Mahi doesn’t accept this. I like how Mahi takes a stand every time. But Saqlain’s shennanigans are just too much to handle.



While the pace of the show is certainly fast, I must say that I am pleased with the way that Mahi’s character is evolving. In this episode, we see her taking a stand against Saqlain, who scolds Rimsha and forbids her from going to college. Mahi doesn’t accept this, and I appreciate how she is not afraid to speak her mind and fight for what she believes in.

That being said, I must admit that Saqlain’s antics are becoming a bit too much to handle. His overprotectiveness and constant meddling are starting to feel a bit clichéd and predictable. As a viewer, I would like to see more nuance and depth in his character, rather than the one-dimensional portrayal that we are currently seeing.

In terms of the overall storyline, I am intrigued to see where the show goes from here. With Mahi and Ashir now married, I am curious to see how their relationship develops and what challenges they will face. Will their families be able to accept their union, or will their social class differences continue to cause friction?

In conclusion, while the pace of “Mann Aangan” may be fast, the show is certainly keeping me on the edge of my seat. I appreciate how Mahi’s character is evolving and how she is not afraid to take a stand against injustice. However, I would like to see more nuance in the portrayal of Saqlain’s character. I look forward to seeing how the story unfolds in future episodes.

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