This is a story of a young girl named Dil Awaiz who despite living in her father’s house is treated as an orphan and is deprived of love and care. Dil Awaiz’s father, Shahab Uddin is an influential and wealthy businessman who keeps his distance from his firstborn, Dil Awaiz due to her mother’s past. Things take an unexpected turn when a handsome, young man Sikandar enters Dil Awaiz’s life and once again she is expected to compromise and sacrifice herself in order to save her family’s honour and respect. Despite living like an outsider all her life will Dil Awaiz be able to make yet another sacrifice? Even after all the atrocities, will Dil Awaiz be able to gain due respect in the house?
Writer: Madiha Shahid
Director: Mazhar Moin
Produced By: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Production House: 7th Sky Entertainment
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Dil Awaiz Episode 25 Written Update & Review
The beginning of this episode surprises me. Bushra might be mad at Dil Awaiz, but she still does care about her pretty daughter-in-law. She notices thay Dil Awaiz hasn’t come out of her room. She even talks to Dil Awaiz asking if things are well. I like this subtle change in her behaviour.
Constantly worrying about Tamanna Begum’s threats, Nawab Shahabuddin falls sick. Dil Awaiz and Sikandar both come to see him. While Dil Awaiz goes to meet her father, Roshan Ara subtly tries to tell Sikandar that Dil Awaiz isn’t happy with the marriage. Also, I almost felt like she was pimping out Faria to Sikandar. But that could just be me.
Faria tries to talk to Sikandar who ignored her the whole time. Dil Awaiz notices this and confronts Faria. Dil Awaiz comes across as a confident woman who can fight for her rights. I like the writing on this drama nit generally doesn’t disappoint.
Sikandar and Dil Awaiz both are scratching the old wounds. Sikandar can’t stop thinking about Faria’s apology, Dil Awaiz goes to meet Tamanna Begum.
When Dil Awaiz gets down in front of Bulbul Hazar Daastaan, Tamanna Begum’s house, someone spots her there.
Kashan, that’s who.
Great, more blackmails coming your way, Dil Awaiz.
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