Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi
The story of Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi revolves around a son of a business tycoon, Shehreyar, who falls in love with Mehak, belonging to a middle-class background.
Some unpleasant events occur during the course and Mehak starts hating Shehreyar; and since Shehreyar’s family does not approve of his relationship, the story tangles up even more.
The drama has some of the biggest names of the industry.
Written By: Radain Shah
Directed By: Ahmed Bhatti
[Source: ARY Digital TV]
You can read also my teaser review of Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi here: Teaser Review | Kaise Teri Khudgharzi | ARY Digital. And this post for Cast & Characters.
Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi Episode 8 Written Update & Review
The conversation between Shamsher and Mahek in Mahek’s room was the most interesting thing of this episode.
Oh, I’m just being random. I’m too tired to even type but I’m committed to do this review. Argh!
So, let’s see a few pictures and try to put together an episode by ourselves.
Mahek sitting like a manequinn…
She is clearly not happy about her upcoming nikaah.
The groom making an entry with his family
But he doesn’t seem happy. Kyu bey? Tyuri kyu charha rakhi hai?
The unhappy yet obliged father
Akram isn’t happy about this forced nikaah but he still has to fold his hands and welcome the rich brats. Shahood Alvi is terrific as a helpless father who doesn’t know how to react to this situation. I should write a long post about him. I adore his acting.
Mahek meets her fate
Mahek is coming back from the parlour.
And then this happens.
Adnan Shah Tipu makes his entry as Sheru, and the entry is with a bang. I liked it. I liked his avatar as well, and I just loved how he walked backwards when he met Nawab Dilawar. The direction of this drama is awesome. And the talent just adds to the overall story.
The ruthless Nawab
Nawab Dilawar receives a call and then calmly and coolly announces that Mahek is dead.
Even Mrs Dilawar is shocked.
And Mahek’s mother is shook to her core.
That face reminds me of a song…
Tere bin, tere bin, teray binnnn terayyyyy binnnn…
The story is also quite similar, no? Main character dying in eight episodes…
Dur-e-Fishan is so pretty. When she’s standing there quiet and sulking, she looks like a manequinn you would want to stare at. Her voice is also very attractive if I may say so, but somehow her dialogue delivery isn’t as impressive.
Danish Taimoor is a surprise package in this drama. I have seen him before doing comedy-ish roles. I like how he has embodied the obsessive Shamsher who doesn’t hesitate from threatening his own father-in-law.
He loos handsome, always. And from the promo of episode 9, it is evident that dude can emote as well. I loved the hadh wala dialogue. Yes, I sometimes watch the promo, too. Now, I’m thinking I would watch some drama that has Ayeza and Danish in the lead. It would be a treat for the eyes, no?
The rest of the cast has some veterans and legends so they are always a treat to watch. Atiqa Odho and Laila Wasti, both are in the top of my favourite mothers on screen, and they both are lovely in their respective roles.
PS: I know this recap and review isn’t as structured as I would have liked but I ain’t finding anything exciting. I liked this episode but I didn’t have the enthusiasm to write a detailed review so you will have to make do with this.
Alright! It’s time go to bed, almost 5 am and I have a meeting at 10:30. Oops!
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