Mere Humsafar is a new ARY Digital drama starring Farhan Saeed and Hania Amir as lead and an ensemble cast.
A little Recap of Episode 11
Hamza finds Haala at the park, hiding from the dogs. He brings her home.
Mere Humsafar Episode 12 Written Update & Review
Riffat Begum and the whole family is sitting together, discussing Haala. Only Riffat is worried about Haala, others are just tending to their wounds. When Hamza brings Haala home, everybody just loses their mind. Riffat is happy to see Haala, but others are not. After a big drama and verbal spats (an example of verbal spats done right). I loved how Hamza argued *politely* with his parents. Someone pat his back on my behalf.
Raees doesn’t allow Haala to stay at home, so Hamza takes the only step that is possible in this situation–give Haala a legit “taalluq and rishta” so she can stay in the house. He takes Haala to a mosque and they do nikaah. I like that they handled the whole “wakeel” necessity nicely. For those who are curious, an adult girl can accept nikaah without her wakeel (mehram males: grandfather, father, brother, chacha, mama, etc). It’s frowned upon, but jayez. Now, this is how the religious aspects should be slipped under the overall plot. Loved it!!!
Hamza brings Haala home, again, as his wife. A bigger drama ensues this time. Sameen locks herself in her room and weeps while her parents worriedly ask her to open the door. Shah Jahan and Raees lose their minds and temper. Despite Shah Jahan’s fierce opposition, Hamza takes Haala to her room. There are some collateral damages as well. For instance, Sofia says something to Riffat and Hamza asks Sofia to leave. Sofia and Sameen then blow things out of proportion. Hamza pe bara taras aaya.
Overall, I enjoyed this episode. This is a stepping stone in the plot. I can’t wait to see how it goes from here.
Ever since Farhan has entered the scene, this drama has become more tolerable. Partly because Farhan is just soooo handsome, and partly because he is the only person who is balanced. The rest of the house is just skewed, most of them towards evil. Farhan makes Hamza believable, and his scenes with Hania are just so good. The romance is very subtle, and I looooove it.
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