Aik Sitam Aur | Sacrifices And Revenge
The premise of Aik Sitam Aur, ARY Digital Drama revolves around the life struggle and tragedies of Zainab, her daughter Ushna and the spiteful behavior of her brothers Rafaqat, Shujaat, and their wives.
Written By: Rehana Aftab
Directed By: Ilyas Kashmiri
[Source: ARY Digital YouTube Channel]
Aik Sitam Aur Episode 18 Written Update & Review
Sufiyan is shocked to hear that Zainab has caved under pressure. Poor chap, he doesn’t know what has made Zainab agree to this proposal. Naeema, Wahab and Shehroz come for nikaah, and this is the first time Shehroz and Ushna see each as Zainab’s daughter and Wahab’s son, respectively. It was so much fun to see Shehroz’s face. Yet again, Usama successfully conveys the mix of anger and helplessness that he feels.
And he looks handsome in black.
Raeesa and Mehnaz are shocked to hear the mehr–jewellery, cash, a house, and Ushna’s full responsibility. Sadaf, on the other hand, has set her eyes on Shehroz now. Uffff… The women of this family are so greedy. They never let any opportunity slip by.
I sometimes wonder why that is. I mean, they are quite well off. Why are they so greedy? In case of Nayla and Shaukat in Angna, for example, I understand their poverty would have led them to be greedy and plotting to get their hands on Nayab’s monies. It is still wrong, but at least they have a reason. What is Raeesa’s reason to be jealous of Zainab now that she’s married into a rich family?
These questions often bother me in general about people. It has nothing to do with this drama. I guess this rant is misplaced.
Zainab and Ushna are overwhelmed when they arrive at Shehroz’s residence. Our khuddar heroine couldn’t open the door, and Shehroz being the gentleman that he is, helps her. What Ushna says to Shehroz only made me roll my eyes. I’m beginning to hate this girl. So annoying. I wonder how Shehroz tolerates her. Shehroz, I’m with you, bro!
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