Okie, so Ishq-e-Laa’s latest episode is here. It went live a couple of hours ago, on Dec 2, 2021, but I haven’t gotten time to watch until now. I have been working on office stuff even now. Argh, such is life.
A little recap
Azlan has proposed to Shanaya and is getting to know her and her world better. Abid has played some tricks to cause mayhem in Azka’s life. The plan has worked, and Sultan has spotted them together as if they are out on a date or something. Haw! Ab kutt lagegi…
Ishq-e-Laa Episode 6 Written Update & Review
Start the day with a prayer, a positive prayer to spend the day in helping others and spreading goodness. Forgive people, and learn to let go.
Taqat rakhte huye bhi maaf kar dena hi Ishq e Laa ki taraf pehla qadam hai.
Hum dono ki zindagi ek hi toh hai. Ek dusre ke bina adhuri aur ek dusre ke sath mukammal.
Azka says: Jab aap ke dil par hath parega na tab aap ko pata chalega. (You will realize this when it hits you.)
- janaza procession in qabrastan in Daasi,
- Mizna reciting Yaseen in Suno Chanda Season 2 when Jamshed was sick and hospitalized.
- Sarah Khan read Inna-lillah in Laapata when someone named Shams was found dead
- Alizeh Shah recited Ayat-ul-Kursi in Ehd-e-Wafa.
- Momin giving azaan and a few people actually offering fajr with jamaat.
- And now, we see a nikah-khwan ending his prayers.
I think I should now maintain this list separately.
What to expect from Ishq-e-Laa Episode 7
Well… we all know it. Kanwal’s jhooti qasam will cause Aliha some trouble, and Kanwal will learn her lesson. On the other hand, Shanaya will see Azlan’s true colours. I mean… He isn’t an evil husband, but he is an obnoxious man. Earlier, Shanaya had the option to walk out on Azlan. Ab toh shadi ho gayi… Her hands are tied. I know, that is such a cliched line, but it fits here.
This review I had drafte at 12:12 at night, but I kept watching one video after the other and before I knew, it’s 9 AM already. I need to control my YouTube consumption.
Anyway, what do others think of this episode? I felt that though Professor Rehmani’s track is super enlightening, it’s not placed right and feel jarring to the overall narrative.
Until we meet again, remember me in your good prayers 🙂