Deewar-e-Shab Episode 18

This is my review of Deewar-e-Shab episode 18.

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Plot Summary

Sandal starts to shoot and we see Saife Hassan playing his directorial part on screen. Awnnn!
Khayyam meets Chanda, Shaukat’s niece. This angle is changed. It was his daughter who was after Khayyam. Khayyam finds out about Raju’s theft and now Raju is asking for 15000 rupees from him. I don’t understand why Khayyam takes that shit from him.

Ma’az and Joya suffer quietly as their engagement is broken.

The biggest plot point happens in this episode. Yousuf arrives at Sitara Mahal and meets Nageena. Kaboom!


The story has come quite far along, but we still don’t know Salaar’s background.

Salaar doesn’t talk about his personal life. Hmmm, the viewers will have to wait more for his back story. If you want me to spoil it for you, leave a comment below.
Question: why does Salaar wear scarf even at home?

I didn’t mention it before but there was a scene in previous episode where Salman says ‘class’ as usual and Izhar says ‘Auqaat’. That expression on Salman’s face is priceless.

I love that every actor says aafer, not offer. Some of the smallest nuances are spot on and that makes this drama a treat to watch.

What do you guys think of this episode? Please leave a comment. Don’t forget to read my review of 2nd episode of Alif.

And, finally

Aren’t you curious about Salaar and Gaiti’s romantic relationship? What will happen to Khayyam? you are interesting in reading the complete story of Deewar-e-Shab with all the characters and everything that happens to them, worry no more. I’ve finally reviewed the book and my Deewar-e-Shab Book Review is posted. It is full of spoilers, be warned.

Until next review, remember in your prayers and stay blessed!

Shabana Mukhtar