Drama Review | Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi | ARY Digital | Episode 16

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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 Recap

Are you sure you want to read the review for Episode 16, previously named Episode 15 Part 2? If you’re looking for Episode 17 Part 1 review, you should go here: Drama Review | Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi | ARY Digital | Episode 15

Alright, so Shamsher and Mahek’s wedded wife is off to a shaky start. And now, we move on to know more about this twisted couple.

Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi Episode 16 (Episode 15 Part 2) Written Update & Review

Moving on…

So, Nawab Dilawar’s words have wounded Akram, so bad that he is hospitalized. On the other hand, Mahek is also unwell (don’t get your hopes up, it’s jsit low blood pressure, haha) and is brought to the hospital. This is too much of coincidence and things automatically falls into place, sort of. First, Ahsan sees Shamsher yelling at a hospital staff, then he magically knows about Mahek’s room, barges in to announce Akram’s state and suggests that she should visit her father.

This makes Shamsher think. He even goes on to check on Akram who’s being opersted. This makes Shamsher think harder. So many things can’t possibly be plotted and planned to deceive him, right? Then, he talks to Rehan who’s going out to arrange for the finances. I loved how Rehan dealt with Shamsher’s questions, by the way. This is enough to satisfy Shamsher’s quest. He allows Mahek to go and meet her father at the hospital.

Awnnn! Isn’t that sweet?

That’s what I thought. But that was too little, and not enough. The moment this newly married couple enter the house, Nawab Dilawar accuses that Akram has borrowed a hefty amount from him as Mahek’s “price”.

This is too much to handle. Mahek retaliates, and Shamsher who was all sweet a while back, roars at Mahek. This is so sick and twisted. Like what should a guy do? He is respecting his father which is right but then he’s being unfair to his wife. This doesn’t bother me because of this drama. No, it is not just a matter of this drama. This is a serious matter in real life. Either parents or spouse is wrong, and the other one is mistakenly blamed for things. When would this imbalance end? When would our men and women be sensible and balanced?


Since Shamsher yells at Mahek, Nawab Dilawar feels encouraged to go a step ahead.

Nawab Dilawar: Leave Mahek. She’s just your zidd, not your wife.
Shamsher: No can’t do, dad!

When the family sits together for dinner sans Shamsher and Mahek, Nawab Dilawar asks Dara to hire Sheru again. Dara and Mrs Nawab Dilawar are still a bit considerate towards Mahek, we can sense.

To my surprise, Dara talks to Shamsher and tells him to be nicer and calmer with Mahek to make her fall in love.

Hmmm, now, that is a wise suggestion. I hope Shamsher pays attention to his brother.

Ahsan calls Mahek to inform about Akram’s state again. Shamsher makes the payment for Akram’s treatment (because he’s such a sweet person). Kidding… He’s the hero, so obviously he’ll do that. Things are going on a slightly good track, I’d say. Let’s wait for the falling in love, followed by a big conflict staged by arrogant Nawab Dilawar and then this drama will be over.



From Hammad Shoaib to Danish Taimoor, from Noman Ejaz to Shahood Alvi, everyone is so good in their portrayal for their respective roles. I like the acting even if I don’t appreciate the story as much.

Atiqa Odho is prettiest of them all and I couldn’t take my eyes off her. Also, Ayesha Tur is perfect as hyper jethani Farwa. Kudos, Ayesha.


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Shabana Mukhtar