Habs Episode 30 Written Review & Update
Ayesha, probably the worst female protag ever
If Qudsiya is topping the worst mothers’ list, Ayesha is certainly the worst heroines, ever.
Eversince she has learned about the deal between Qudsiya and Basit, she is not taking Basit’s calls. She is still talking to her mother, but God forbid if she talks to Basit.
Bano tells Basit that the truth is out. Basit comes to see Ayesha. Ayesha says many awful things; three of them I hated.
- Ayesha addresses Basit as “tum” instead of “aap”. I don’t like this inconsistency. Basit and
- During the argument, she also brought up Saadiya, said something like: “jo apni maa ka na hua woh mera kya hoga.” That was so below the belt.
- She called Basit “badkirdaar”. I paused and scratched my head. When was Basit shown to be a bad character? He hated women, ALL WOMEN. That was so out of line.
Ayesha asks Basit to leave her.
Soha is Still Manipulating
Soha doesn’t leave Basit alone. Calling him repeatedly, visiting him unannounced; she behaves as if she has Basit’s best interest at heart. I’m waiting when Basit finds out. Tab aayega mazaa.
A->Z is over
Zoya, Amir and Bilquis are at the doctor’s. Long story short, her lies are caught. Amir had promised to never leave Zoya, and he had also warned her to never lie. Since she had lied again, all bets are off. Amir and Bilquis drop Zoya home. It is Zoya’s duty now to repeatedly remind Qudsiya what an awful mother she had been.
Ayesha is Gone, YAYYYY!
Ayesha leaves the house. This is the first time I doubted Bano being the best character. I mean, if someone even coughs outside my room, it wakes me up. Ayesha got up and left the house, but nobody even knew. Bano was sleeping in the same freaking room. I mean… It’s alright. She’s also a human being. She’s forgiven.
Since I had all day to watch this episode, I also had time to watch the promo as well. There is a subtle hint that Ayesha might be dead, and I am so thrilled even by the idea. It would be great if we don’t see that sulky face again. I know they wouldn’t kill the heroine, but it’s a great idea.
Chalo, off to have dinner. Today’s menu is steamed rice with baingan, chapati and the leftover cauliflower from afternoon. No daal today.
Habs was supposed to be a Contract Marriage but it has reduced to an annoying tale of confusion and more confusion. If you like Contract Marriage trope, you might like my books: Once Upon a Crush & Once Upon a Contract.
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