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 28 Recap
Ahsan offers Mahek to drop home (Akram’s home). Shamsher sees them leaving together, and Nida sees them arriving together. Both Shamsher and Nida are mighty pissed, but one of them retorts more severely than the other.
Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi Episode 29 Written Update & Review
Nida sees Ahsan and Mahek arriving together. She argues with Ahsan, and Ahsan be like: Aye tu hut re…
So, Nida barges into her parents’ house and starts accusing Mahek for all the trouble in her life, and for trying to steal her husband.
Mahek has had enough by this time. So, she slaps her younger sibling.
“Yeh mujhe bahot pehle maarna chahiye thha,” Mahek says.
Bhai waah! Mahek has become quite courageous nowadays.
This long was elongated with loud background noise and showing every face like a million times, reminding me of Indian soaps. Didn’t like the scene much, except for the slap.
And now comes the rant.
Why do we show sisters fighting over a man? I mean, real sister fight over real issues. E.g.
- Why did you wear my abaya? I wanted to wear that tonight.
- Why did you borrow my sandals without my permissions?
- It’s your turn to make tea. (PS: I never say that)
I’m just saying. I hate it when two sisters go after the same man. It is not true in this case, but you know what I’m saying, right?
Main Tumhari Biwi Hoon
Ahsan isn’t the only one to face questions. Mahek comes home and faces Shamsher’s questions as well, even though Shamsher is more subdued than aggressive. Mahek has all the answers, all the answers.
- Main tumhari biwi hoon isliye mujhe pick-n-drop tum karoge.
- Main tumhari biwi hoon isliye tum mujhe rok sakte thhe.
- Main tumhari biwi hoon isliye main tumhari zimmedari hoon.
- Main tumhari biwi hoon isliye tumhare sath khud ko mehfooz mehsoos karti hoon.
- Main tumhari biwi hoon isliye mujhe barish se darr lagta hai.
- Main tumhari biwi hoon isliye main aaj tumhare kamre mein soungi.
And, Shamsher is like:
You’re safe with me.
Cut to someone intruding their house.
Senior Nawab versus Junior Nawab
Yeah, so Nawab Dilawar has forced Sheru to shoot Mahek, and he has also asked the SHO to kill Sheru once Mahek is killed. This man is ruthless, I tell you.
Sheru enters the house, and comes face to face with Mahek and Shamsher.
“If you hurt Mahek, I will kill you,” Shamsher threatens Sheru.
I laughed, because Shamsher had no weapon on him while Sheru was holding the gun. To my disappointment, Sheru drops the gun, too. I was disappointed, because I was kinda hoping Sheru would shoot Shamsher just to teach Nawab Dilawar a lesson. Anywho! I guess Sheru is a changed man now who wouldn’t kill anyone innocent.
Anywho! So, Sheru tells that Nawab Dilawar sent him to kill Mahek, and he accepts his earlier attempts as well. Shamsher sees a possible witness in Sheru, but would Nawab Dilawar let Sheru see the light of the court? I don’t think so.
The war is still on.
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