Jannat Se Aagay
“Jannat Se Aagay” explores the themes of identity, personal aspirations, and the potential consequences of idolizing others. The story follows the journey of Jannat and Tabassum as they navigate their dreams, relationships, and the inherent challenges of discovering their true selves.
Tabassum is a beautiful and compassionate young girl. She selflessly takes care of everyone in her family and even supports them financially by giving tuition to children from her neighbourhood. While she leads a simple life, there is one thing that brings her immense joy and inspiration: watching Jannat’s morning show on television.
Jannat Ali Khan is the host of the morning show that Tabassum adores. She considers Jannat her idol and attempts to emulate her style and mannerisms. On the other hand, Jannat who influences the lives of thousand of such girls with a façade of grandeur is empty on the inside.
Will Jannat be able to fill her inner void? Will Tabassum’s dream to become someone else cause her to lose her own identity? Will Tabassum discover the importance of being true to oneself, or will she get lost in becoming an idealized version of someone else?
[Source: GEO TV official YouTube channel]
Writer: Umera Ahmed
Director: Haseeb Hassan
Producers: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Production House: 7th Sky Entertainment
Jannat Se Aagay Episode 12 Written Update and Review
Hey there, drama enthusiasts! Shabana Mukhtar here, all set to break down the latest episode of “Jannat Se Aagay,” where the whirlwind of events keeps us on our toes.
This recap is without many pictures, as I didn’t want to pause the story every few seconds to capture the screenshot.
Tabassum’s Dark Side
Much as we expected, Tabassum has delved into her dark side. She has stolen the fuchsia dupatta. Nammo is thrilled to see this. It was a sweet little scene, one that reminded me how freakin’ talented Dania Anwar is. I loved how she said:
Nammo: Allah, main kitni achhi lag ri hoon
And this is just a first. She steals Aima’s accessories for her niece. She also lies that she would bring Aima’s clothes. I told you… This is just the beginning.
The “Woh” in the Relation
Zara and Noman are getting quite cozy, ahem. They have spent a long day shopping. I like the way they refer to Jannat as “Woh”, even though Zara is the “woh” in this, isn’t she?
Farooq brings sweets for her new job, 25000 rupees salary and whatnot. The two bicker as usual.
Tabassum: Don’t complain to Jannat Ji.
Farooq: You don’t listen to anyone else.
You’re so wrong, dude. You don’t know Jannat’s suggestion to Tabassum. Tabassum doesn’t listen to even Jannat Ji. Farooq relents and agrees to wait for marriage for the next two years. Tabassum is thrilled, at first, but then she flips out when Farooq says that he wouldn’t let Tabassum work after marriage. The argument back and forth is
Tabassum: People can change their fate if they work hard.
Tabassum: People can’t live without luxuries
Tch, if only people realize the farce of that line.
Jannat comes home and finds Tabassum performing Namaz. It takes her back to the time when she never qaza-ed her namaz. She feels upset that she has disconnected from her religion in order to be ahead in the rat race.
The Lies Continue
Aima misses her water bottle. Despite her repeated insistence, Jannat doesn’t believe that the water bottle is missing.
Jannat: Tabassum can’t lie.
Tch! If only she knew the truth.
While doing a hair-oil massage for Jannat, Tabassum expresses her will to become like Jannat. They have a heart-to-heart talk as they both discuss what one has tha tthe other doesn’t.
Tabassum’s lies almost come out as Jannat misses the fuchsia duappta.
This time, she has side-stepped the problem. But how long would she continue this?
Later that night, Jannat looks for that dupatta herself. She doesn’t find the fuchsia dupatta, and many other dresses are also missing. What if she goes to Tabassum’s house to check?
I can’t wait for the next episode.
I don’t say this often, but the performances in this drama are so great. From Ramsha to Talha, from Kubra Khan to Gauhar, from Saboor to Dania… Great performances.
Until next time, happy drama watching, my friends!
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