Kaala Doriya | Episode 2


Saima Akram Chaudhry and Danish Nawaz–the writer and director duo who gave us gems like Chupke Chupke (I quite liked it) and Hum Tum (it was hit-n-miss). This duo now brings us another romantic comedy Kaala Doriya.

Kaala Doriya is story of two families who despise each other. The guy and the girl, especially can’t tolerate each other. When they fall in love, all hell breaks loose. Will they be able to cross the hurdles thrown their way by family or will they power through to come together as one? Watch Kaala Doriya to find out.

Drama Kaala Doriya Episode 2 Written Update and Review

So, what starts with Lattu’s birthday quickly escalates to an emergency. Abba Miya who’s seeing the birthday celebrations on the video call, he gets an Angina attack.

The family isn’t as harsh as they seem. Asfand, Faraz, Bitto everyone rushes to see Abba Miyan. Shuja and Mahnoor don’t treat them well, and don’t even let them see Abba Miya. I already hate this heroine. She gives me a very Neha vibe from Hum Tum.

The college scene was quite funny as Mahnoor tries to withdraw her name from Asfi’s group. The scene was more enjoyable because especially since Saifi Hassan appears as Professor Hammad. As for Sana, she fails to emote well for the scene.

Even though Asfi doesn’t want to go to the hospital agains, thanks to how Mahnoor treated him. Still, Amma Bi takes Asfi to the hospital. The little conversation between Abba and Amma and then Abba and Asfi was quite emotional.


“Wafa nahin hain hamarey bachon mein,” Amma tells Abba.


The look on Asfi’s face, priceless.

Long story short, Mahnoor comes to Asfi’s house and tells everyone where Asfi and Amma had veen. Muneer loses his calm. Since he can’t say a word to Amma, he slaps Asfi. This is all that Amma can take. She starts to pack her bags to go and live with Shuja.


Now, that’s the progress we would like to see.


Purane katte, Shahana’s old dialogue makes its entry by middle of this episode and it just tickled me like anything.

The college scene and Mahnoor’s arrogance, both reminds me too much of Hum Tum. I didn’t like Neha Qutbuddin, I didn’t like the comedy; nor did I like the romance track. It was too sudden, too little, too late in the game. I didn’t really like Hum Tum, especially for its closure. Since this story seems to be a spin-off of the same, I am not sure if I will like it. But this is just the second episode.



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