Dil-e-Momin is one of those dramas that promise to be a religious drama and then blows out of proportion. I have already posted about my grouse about the new flurry of religious and spiritual dramas, so I won’t repeat it here.
Alright, let’s get to it.
Aashi has accepted Fakhr’s betrayal as her punishment even though his mother wants to help Aashi get justice and a fair chance at life. I don’t understand her. If I were her, I would run to my parents’ house.
And what’s her reason to tolerate this mental torture? That she doesn’t want to face Momin. I maybe reiterating myself for a millionth time, but I will say this again: Aashi is one of the most adamant people I have known in fiction. She is so annoying, so so annoying. What does Momin see in her?
Momin is getting reinstated, again, something that I wanted two episodes ago. This drama’s pace is like a snail. Things happen, many things happen, and a lot of flashbacks happen, but the plot doesn’t progress much. I’m telling you… If they had taken out these flashbacks, we would have seen the finale already. I bet my money on it. Haha.
Maya and Momin run into each other at qabrastan. Momin takes out his anger on her, and then rants about her later. In other words, he talks shit about Maya: things like achha hua, makkar ladki, us ke kiye ka phal mil gaya.. Isn’t he repeating his mistake? Isn’t he being too proud of his piousness? If that’s even a word. This drama might be moving in a circle. Momin commits a mistake and then he tries to fix it. People are apologizing to him, but he is too arrogant to accept the apology. Kyu bhai? Iss sare qisse se kuch seekha nahin Momin ne? Kaisa Momin hai yeh?
Before we part for tonight, I want to mention Gohar Rasheed. Gohar Rasheed’s performance was the only good thing about this episode. His love is unrequited, and he has portrayed the pain well. His earlier scenes were over the top all the time.