Drama Review | Aik Sitam Aur | ARY Digital | Episode 39

Aik Sitam Aur | Sacrifices And Revenge

The premise of Aik Sitam Aur is revolving 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 39 Written Update & Review

 Raeesa knows her son well, and she is quick to realize what Sufiyan has done to Shehroz. While she admonishes Sufiyan, Sufiyan isn’t least bit worried or ashamed. 


Shehroz is doing better now, so Wahab takes Naeema and Zainab home. Shehroz insists that Wahab goes home. So, Shehroz is finally learning to respect his elders. I like how this change is so gradual and slow. 


Once the parents leave, the newly weds are alone in the room, in a hospital room, no less and the romance is in fill swing. Ushna is worried about Shehroz, and Shehroz is enjoying this. This is so good. The problem is, that Sufiyan listens to the whole conversation. Couldn’t they romance in a “closed” room?


Sufiyan has lost his mind. He is determined to ruin Shehroz and Ushna at all cost. While Raeesa and Sadaf try to knock some sense into stupid head Sufiyan, Sufiyan vows to continue attacking Shehroz until… Just like Sufiyan overheard Ushna’s conversation with Shehroz, Mehnaz overhears this conversation between Raeesa and Sufiyan. She immediately conveys the same to Shujaat and Huzaifa. It wouldn’t take long for the news to reach Zainab. On the other hand, Naeema is confident that Sufiyan is behind this attack (bravo for this spot on guess). 


The episode ends as Raeesa convinces Sufiyan to leave the house and the police comes to arrest Sufiyan.



Let’s talk Islam for a while. If a girl and a boy are born to separate sets of parents, they can get married to each other, even if the mother of one (girl/boy) marries the father of the other (boy/girl), they can get married to each other. In this case, even if Ushna was Zainab’s real daughter, they could have gotten married. I’m not sure which maslak the inspector was talking about.



Ayesha Gul is so freaking good as Raeesa. I liked how exasperated and desperate she was when she learned what Sufiyan has done to Shehroz. 


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Shabana Mukhtar