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 7 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.
Jannat gives Tabassum an orientation of the house while Tabassum fangirls. Randomly, Jannat asks if Tabassum has sent letters to Jannat earlier. She is genuinely cherishing Tabassum’s letters and feelings.
Jannat: Tumhare dil se baat nikli, aur mere dil tak pahunch gayi
And how does Tabassum respond?
By breaking down.
Tabassum is in awe of Jannat, and Jannat’s kind words also make our senti heroine more sentimental.
After the orientation, Jannat and Tabassum sit down to eat. Noman comes home, and Jannat asks him to join for lunch. We see an awkward Tabassum witnesses as the facade Jannat’s “perfect marriage” crumbles before her eyes. Finally, Jannat introduces Tabassum.
Jannat: This is Tabassum, the caretaker of kids and this house.
Tabassum and Noman both flash the tiniest, most awkward smile to each other.
Let the romance begin.
Come on! I can’t be the only one to ship Tabassum and Noman. Sure, Noman has a girlfriend and all, but this is Tabassum we are talking about, the heroine. She isn’t marrying Farooq, we kinda see that. Why can’t we see that Noman and Tabassum would end up togther? I can see that, and I will wait for my prediction to come true.
Later, Jannat and Tabassum are talking.
Tabassum: Farooq kar sakta hai mere liye.
Jannat: Mard zaat ka koi bharosa koi aitbaar nahin hota. Tum bhi na karna.
Tabassum is now conflicted. She didn’t give Farooq much attention as it is. Now, with Jannat’s “pearls of wisdom” to misguide her, we can only imagine what she’d do.
Tabassum returns the withered rose to Farooq, who is heartbroken by Tabassum’s rudeness.
When he calls, Tabassum doesn’t even take his call, which breaks his heart even further. There is no limit of this guy feeling low and lonely, is there?
Farooq is the lovelorn guy who is kinda rondu, and needless to say that I don’t like him. I mean, sure, be in love and all, but also be a man. Kya har waqt rote rehta hai.
Later that night, Jannat’s words echo in Tabassum’s ears as she tries to sleep. She could never trust a man now, I guess.
Tabassum finds herself caught in a whirlwind of emotions. Her relationship with Farooq has already been distant, but Jannat’s “pearls of wisdom” about never trusting a man have left her even more conflicted. She begins to reevaluate her bond with Farooq and contemplates what actions she might take in light of this newfound skepticism.
Tabassum’s internal struggle adds depth to her character. Her doubts about Farooq and the influence of Jannat’s advice set the stage for potential relationship drama in the upcoming episodes.
The episode continued with Jannat stumbling upon a picture of Noman and Zara. Her curiosity piqued, she can’t help but confront Noman about it. In a tense confrontation, Noman flatly denies any romantic involvement with Zara, claiming they were simply having coffee with colleagues. However, Jannat’s intuition tells her that something doesn’t quite add up.
Jannat isn’t thrilled to learn that her husband might be cheating on her. She weeps, but also asks Andleeb to dig into Zara and Noman’s “relationship”. On the other hand, she is keeping CCTV eyes on Tabassum.
This twist adds a layer of intrigue to the story, and it’s clear that Jannat’s instincts are sharp. The audience is left wondering exactly when Noman’s true intentions are known to Jannat.
We see Tabassum going through Jannat’s stuff and even trying a few things. Would Jannat approve of it? We don’t know yet.
Trouble in the Paradise
Noman may have lied to Jannat, but a storm is bubbling inside him. He meets Zara, and asks him to keep low.
Zara: What do you want from me?
And the look on Zara’s face. Noman just knew that hehad crossed a line. He slumps on the chair.
It Was At This Moment He Knew… He F’d Up
I told you. Noman would end up with Tabassum, not Zara.
As the episode concludes, the audience is left in suspense, eagerly awaiting the repercussions of Jannat’s discovery and Tabassum’s internal conflict. The storyline seems poised to explore themes of trust, deception, and the consequences of doubt within relationships.
The latest episode of “Jannat” masterfully introduces elements of doubt and intrigue into the narrative. Jannat’s discovery and Tabassum’s inner turmoil promise to lead the story in captivating new directions. Viewers can’t help but wonder how these trust issues will shape the characters’ futures and whether the bonds of love and friendship will survive the storm of suspicion.
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