Drama Review | Aye Musht-e-Khak | Episode 10

Alrighty, let’s review the third episode of Aye Musht-e-Khak. I wasn’t ready for this. I mean… I didn’t know that there will be two episodes.

A little recap of episode 9

Things get from shitty to shittier as Dua learns about Mustajab and Shakeela’s lies.

Aye Musht-e-Khak episode 10 written review and update

Dua goes to Jamalpur to meet Imam Sahib once before she moves to America. She has overheard Mustajab and Shakeela and knows all about their lies. She doesn’t walk out, because she knows that she has her family who worries about her.
Imam Sahib suggests her to keep loving and keep patience. If one has faith in Allah, she doesn’t worry about anything else.
This lesson isn’t new, but yet again, I just wish I could implement that in my life. Imam Sahib’s suggestion and Dua’s prayer, both remind me of the path that I have chosen for me. Allah mujhe aur hum sabko siraat-e-mustaqeem pe chalne ki taueeq ataa kare. Ameen.
Having said that, the replays and flashbacks are just so meh. Can’t we stop showing flashbacks? This goes in the list of scenes that should be retired. I mean, if flashbacks show some back story, then sure. But if we see a scene, then why show it again after two minutes yaar?
Shakeela is trying to tutor Mustajab: don’t do this, don’t hurt Dua, don’t come in the way of her and Allah…
She looks like a woman who genuinely cares for Dua but her actions contradict her words.
Enters Shiza, Mustajab’s old flame. She wants Mustajab to come back to her to America or else she would sue him. Now Dua won’t go to USA, but Shakeela shows as if they are doing Dua a favour. Argh… Itni chalak aurat hai yeh… on the other hand, Dua doesn’t question this sudden change, and she thinks that it’s help from Allah.
l know, I know. I had denounced this drama after episode 9, but YouTube doesn’t know that yet. It auto-played after Dobara’s episode 12, so… Since I have endured the torture of watching this drama, why not post a review?
This is still one of the most non-sense dramas of current times.

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Shabana Mukhtar