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 40 Written Update & Review
So, Nawab Shahabuddin rescues his elder born and brings her back to her house. The way he staggers when he opens the door for Dil Awaiz, the way he gives Dil Awaiz’s slippers, the way he wraps his shawl around Dil Awaiz, every moment was so beautiful. Kashif Mehmood gets full marks. Handsome and talented, so talented he is.
Bushra is under influence of other bitchy women, and has suddenly turned into an evil saasu maaN. She doesn’t want Dil Awaiz in her house. On the other hand, Dil Awaiz has had enough of Sikandar’s cold hearted behaviour. So, she takes the final call-leave Sikandar.
For the first time, Nawab Shahabuddin admits of not acknowledging Roshan Ara’s love and affection. The long monologue by broken Nawab Shahabuddin and the silent Roshan Ara was painful to watch. It was so beautifully shot. And then the coin flips, Roshan Ara starts talking while Nawab Shahabuddin listens. So well done. Kashif Mehmood and Javeria Abbasi, uff, they were too good. But also a bit loud.
The episode ends as Nawab Shahabuddin visits Sitara’s grave. About time,huh?
I was surprised to not see Faria in this episode. Where was she all the time?
Yet again, Ayesha Gul is so freaking good as the grieving mother. As Raeesa in Aik Sitam Aur, and in Dil Awaiz; she is a good mother.
In this episode, Kinza Hashmi has stood out from the first scene to the last.
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