Drama Review | Dil Awaiz | Episode 31

Dil Awaiz

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

[Source: GEO’s Youtube Channel]


Dil Awaiz Episode 31 Written Update & Review  

Faria is relentlessly pursuing her sister’s husband Sikandar now, and Roshan Ara is relentlessly pushing her own daughter to woo a married man. Read that sentence again, and you would realize just how problematic this track of the drama is. I can’t even…


While Faria is talking to Sikandar and asking him to, you know, 

This episode has far too many flashbacks: Dil Awaiz recalling what Sikandar said about her to Faria; Faria recalling what Sikandar said, and what Yasir once said to her; Sikandar recalling what Faria said to him… So many flashbacks, my head is spinning.


Tamanna Begum is hell-bent on avenging Nawab Shahabuddin for whatever happened to Sitara, and Sarmad is hell-bent on getting his hands on Dil Awaiz. I know, I wince at my choice of words, but nothing else can better describe Sarmad’s tharak. Ouch, I did it again. 


Tamanna Begum has asked Nawab Shahabuddin for some money. Nawab Shahabuddin doesn’t like this woman, but he still gives her a thick wad of cash. Their little conversation out in the lush field was a clear indication that these two hate each other. When Tamanna Begum, Gaiti and their trusted servant walk away from the Nawab Shahabuddin, I enjoyed their swag. I generally don’t like “passing shots”, but I enjoyed this one for five seconds, but then it got too long, like twenty seconds too long. I am beginning to understand how soaps add run-time: with many passing shots and a lot many flashbacks.  



I don’t know if it is just me who isn’t used to watch daily soaps, or is this drama spiralling down into oblivion. There are far too many new subplots and conflicts introduced. The light moments between Dil Awaiz and Sikandar were the only respite previously, but now those moments are also missing. Dil Awaiz and Sikandar are also bitter towards each other for no reason. There is little to hold my attention now.


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Shabana Mukhtar