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 32 Written Update & Review
We see Shehroz and Ushna in a cute scene in the beginning. This is a contuition of the last scene from episode 32. Shehroz holds Ushna’s hand to stop her. He wants to take her jewellery shopping. While Ushna doesn’t like the way she was stopped, Shehroz thoroughly enjoys Ushna’s reaction.
And we enjoy this scene.
Rafaqat and Raeesa are worried, not just about Sufiyan. They have more to add to their headache. For one, they have lost their business. For other, Shujaat and Mehnaz are asking for their shares. To top it, even Huzaifa rudely asks Rafaqat to give their shares. I was shocked to see that the previously “nice guy” Shujaat doesn’t stop Huzaifa from talking to Rafaqat. True, he wants his money, but that doesn’t mean he should let his son talk back to elderly.
this dude who plays Huzaifa Fahad Khan, he is so terrible. His dialogues sound as if he is giving a speech. He is too loud for his character, and he just seems awkward.
Zainab comes to see her brothers. One thing leads to other, and Sufiyan tells Zainab that “Ushna doesn’t want to marry Shehroz.”
Now, all eyes are on Ushna.
“I’m willing to marry Shehroz. Nobody has pressurized me,” Ushna replies.
And the smile on Zainab’s face.
What happens next is just “noise”. Sufiyan tries to talk to Ushna, and then Zainab, but nothing works in his favour. Poor guy.
Zainab has decided to forgive her brothers and return their business, upon Rafaqat’s apology and insistence, of course. Wahab hands back everything to Rafaqat, basis three conditions.
- never contact Zainab or try to blackmail her
- don’t interfere with Shahroz-Ushna wedding
- send Sufiyan abroad
Fair points, I would say. Rafaqat agrees. But, Sufiyan doesn’t like this, so he decides to take matters into his own hands. I bet he will tell Ushna the truth, the truth that everyone is trying to hide from her.
This was the second-best thing to watch yesterday, the first being a near-perfect finale episode of Ishq-e-Laa. The only problem in this episode was Maria Wasti’s dialogues. She seems to have suffered from the Shah Rukh Khan whipering syndrome, or Feroze Khan syndrome, if you consider Pakistani talent alone. Her dialogue delivery was so inaudible and unintelligible that I got miffed. I couldn’t hear any of her lines and had to turn on the captioning. You all know what a nuisance that is.
Apart from her whispering and Fahad Khan’s bad acting, this team is good. I particularly enjoy watching Shahood Alvi. Even if the camera pans across, his face will have a pained expression, that of a man who is helpless and angry at the same time. What a talent he is!
Rubina Ashraf is also a delight to watch. As for Usama Khan, he is the HERO, truly!
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