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 15 Part 1 Written Update & Review
I have a question here: when they release double episodes, why don’t they name them in sequence?
Yes, this Wednesday aired a double episode of Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi with Episode 15 Part 1 and Episode 15 Part 2 prefixes. I mean, instead of calling these two episodes as such, we could have named them as Episode 15 and Episode 16, no?
Anyway, that’s not my choice.
Updated August 24, 2022: The team has listened to my logic and has renamed the episodes as episode 15 and episode 16. But the thumbnail still calls it part 1 and part 2.
Let’s get to the show.
I will start with the same disclaimer this time as well. I have missed previous few episodes while I was on the hiatus, not that it made any difference. I saw the episode and understood everything that might have transpired. That’s smart, I’d say, because viewer isn’t forced to watch ALL the episodes. A recap is enough for us to catch up.
Let’s start, for real this time.
Senior Nawas versus Junior Nawab
So, Shamsher has forcefully married Mahek now, thinking that it was Mahek’s family who planned for the whole “hit the car and burn it” plot to kill Mahek. Tch! This guy isn’t just stubborn. He’s also stupid. But hey, he’s stupidly in love, and that should make for an “awnnn, that’s so sweet” moment. (But it doesn’t. He’s a creep for sure.)
His father is no different. He has a different game to play. He asks Shamsher to “play with her and then leave her”, and that’s putting it mildly. I know he’s a rich man, I know he’s an influential man, and I know he doesn’t have a daughter to understand how it feels, but that’s just crass. Gross, extremely objectionable, offensive, disgusting–you get the drift.
Of course, Shamsher shares the same blood, the same DNA and the same sick mentality, so he laughs at his father’s face. I liked that maniac laughter. It was a good match for Nawab Dilawar’s words. Danish Taimoor nailed “the laugh” again while Noman Ejaz just looks on.
As for Durr-e-Fishan, she just stands there as a manequin as is her role in the whole story. Apart from the “water splashing on Farwa”, I haven’t seen her doing anything substantial. That, and being the damsel in distress. Argh! She is so pretty but her acting hasn’t impressed me yet.
On a side note: I like the messed up hair. She doesn’t have the perfectly made hair when she wakes up on the couch. I wike it.
Genuine Concern at Play
Rehan is genuinely concerned brother who stands with Akram every step of the way. Andleeb, on the other hand, whines all the time, ALL THE TIME.
Zainab Qaiyum as Andleeb reminds me of Shagufta from Hum Kahan Kay Sachhay Thhay and Maleeha from Shehnai. Is ZQ seeking annoying mother roles? Just wondering.
Arrogant Husband and Stubborn Wife
Although Shamsher claims to be madly in love with Mahek, he is often rude to her.
“I love you and all, but don’t do anything to irritate me,” he tells Mahek.
Kyu bhai? Mohabbat khatam?
Jethani Devrani Conflict, So Typical!
Farwa can’t stand Mahek in her house, so she threatens to leave the house. She runs into her father-in-law. As before, Dilawar talks her out of it. He promises that Mahek would be out the house in no time. I am sure this shrewd man has something shitty going in his head.
The Outrageous Claim
Nawab Dilawar calls Akram home, and humiliates him in the worst possible way. He compares Akram to his dogs and dog-keepers.
“You put your daughter before my stupid son to ,” Nawab Dilawar tells Akram.
Tch! That’s below the belt. Look at Akram–shattered, broken, helpless.
Just as they leave, Mahek and Shamsher come home. Akram is weeping, Mahek wants to see her father but stubborn Shamsher drags her in.
The humiliation is too much for Akram to handle, of course. He comes home, tells Naheed everything, and collapses.
Noman Ejaz does what he does best–delivers a fine performance that is expected of him. Danish Taimoor is his toxic best in this episode at well. Whatta boy! He makes it easy to loathe him and his action. Laila Wasti looks like a mother who is worried for her daughter FOR REAL. Her expressions are so nuances. However, it is Shahood Alvi who always overpowers other performances as a helpless father.
But this story is still holding my attention in a weird way. So, off to watch the second part. Stay tuned you guys.
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