A little recap of episode 25
Affan learns everything wrong that has gone behind his back. He is now guilty and ashamed of what Seher has done.
Dobara episode 26 written update and review
Mahir has fixed everything. Durdana leaves, bringing her track to a closure. Affan is ashamed and guilty of what he has done. Seher has also realized what blunders she has done. The two decide to go away to USA and do their Masters. Whether it is just a way from Mahir and Mehrunnisa, or they really want to be together away from others, I think this is also a nice closure.
Zameer is finally being nice to Minal because he thinks that Affan will give him 20 crores. When he comes back for the cheque, he sees Mahir. Of course, Mahir doesn’t give him anything, not even the protocol that Zameer expects. Zameer’s brother again brainwashes him against Minal and her family. The whole “you should have married my sister-in-law Nadiya” topic was brought up again. I wonder if it will ever have any impact on the overall plot. Anywho, this track is far from over. Neither Minal not Zameer like Mahir.
Adeela and her daughters come to meet Mehrunnisa. She does have an ulterior motive–some financial help for Madiha’s wedding. Mehrunnisa is sweet as usual. She gives a cheque, and asks them to stay over for dinner. This was too sweet, too good to be true. Thoda bitterness toh banti hai na? Yep, so in comes Minal and insults the trio.
Adeela leaves the cheque before leaving. This was the best scene of this episode. Knowing Adeela for all of 25 episodes, one would have expected her to take the cheque. But she leaves it. It was such a pleasant surprise.
We see Naheed after a long time. Although she is with her husband and son, she isn’t happy and wants to come back. If her mamta is suddenly resurfacing, I think this is too little, too late. And I am sure Mahir would feel the same way. But then… He’s a changed man now. He just might let it go, let it go… Can’t hold it back anymore…
Let it go, let it go
Can’t hold it back anymore
Let it go, let it go
Turn away and slam the door
I don’t care what they’re going to say
Let the storm rage on
The cold never bothered me anyway
Ah, chills, literal chills…