Drama Review | Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi | ARY Digital | Episode 34

Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi poster

Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi poster

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 33 Recap

Shamsher took that bullet that was fired on Mahek (no thanks to Nawab Dilawar), and he dies.

Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi Episode 34 Written Update & Review

I know… I know… This review is 4 days too late, but I had my reasons.

  1. The video that ARY uploaded as “Last Episode” was approximately 25 minutes long and it was nothing but a recap of all previous episodes with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan wailing in the background. I mean, when would he stop crying. Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Arijit Singh, they both need to sing some peppy songs. Kitna rotey hain.
  2. I was so disappointed already with this drama, and the finale episode just made it worse. I was too mad to write anything.

So, yesterday I was looking for something I can play in the background while doing the dishes as I always do. I generally listen to Q&A session by Jamia Tur Rasheed, but I had already watched that. I saw Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi Last Episode showing in my feed. Been there, done that, I thought. But then I realized-ARY has probably released the finale episode, finally (see what I did there). The first thing I checked was the video length: 42:38. Fine, this is really the last episode.

Play it, keep the phone on the platform and start doing the dishes.

Since Shamsher is already dead, I wasn’t expecting much from this episode. Let’s cover the ground quickly.

  1. After what happened with Mahek, Nida realizes that she was at the wrong. She calls truce with Andleeb. Andleeb, on the other hand, also realizes that life is too short to keep bickering. Saas-bahu conflict: resolved
  2. Ahsan realizes that he had been whining all the while for no good reason. He apologizes to Nida, and Nida does the same. Miyan-Biwi conflict: resolved
  3. Farwa’s cousin Sophie comes to see Mahek. She tells that she knows how exactly Mahek feels. I think it was to show us that Sophie loved Shamsher just as much as Mahek did. I don’t understand how that brought closure of any kind. To me, that was the weirdest thing that happened in this episode. 
  4. Mahek gets 50% of Nawab Dilawar’s posessions. Because… 
  5. Because Nawab Dilawar sent Dara to give an official statement of surrender and then shot himself. This man’s ego didn’t leave him alone till his last breath. If he had claimed to surrender, he should have, no? I mean, so far what he did probably only made him a criminal, but commiting a suicide made him a sinner, woh jis ki bakhshish nahin hoti.
  6. The last scene is 3 years later as Akram takes his grandson out for a walk. I want to say that was the Happy Ending, but it really wasn’t.

Review

Alright, here comes the rant.

Here comes the rant, here comes the rant… (imagine these lines with a Christian wedding music)

I don’t know what is writer’s obsession with killing people. Have they all inspired from Final Destination and that’s why they kill them all? First, it was Badshah Begum who killed most of it’s key players except Shahzaib and Zulekha. And, now this. Nawab Dilawar, Mehwish Dilawar, Shamsher Dilawar and Shera, they all die. I don’t every writer wants to upset the reader/viewer for their emotional investment but killing most of the main cast just doesn’t cut it. It doesn’t upset me, it angers me.

All said and done, this drama had some great performances. I have become a fan of Danish Taimoor and Laiba Khan. Others were good, too, except for Durr-e-FishaN. She needs a lot of work. But more of that rant to come later when I have more time to dissect rant. Right now, it’s time to begin the Sunday routine.


P.S. I still too mad at how they wrapped up this story.

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