Kaala Doriya | Episode 26


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 26 Written Update and Review

Assalam alaikum!

I hope you all are doing great. Today, I am here to talk about the 26th episode of “Kaala Doriya”.

This episode was the second last, and it was one of the slowest episodes. Nothing much happened, except the drama

Just like each of the past 26 episodes, Mahnoor again finds a way to ruin the fun of the episode and bring something that makes the situation tense. Everyone in the family is happy about the wedding except the bride-to-be. After a long dilly-dallying session, Mahnoor finally tells what she has in mind-she wants Asfi to move to her house instead of the tradition that the bride moves out to the groom’s house.

Need I say that the whole idea doesn’t sit well with me. My grouse is more from the writer who is trying to induce a wrong notion in our head. Islam has a set rule for the bride and the groom unless there are exceptions. This situation doesn’t warrant such a subversion of roles because Mahnoor and Asfi live right next to each other. What irks me more is that everyone slowly comes on-board with this absurd idea.

Even though Kukku and Bitto come back and there were plenty of fun lines, this episode was just annoyance. Given that this is the second last episode, the finale isn’t set properly. There are still some conflicts to be resolved. I fear that the finale would be rushed or dull or both.


I have been following this drama since its first episode, and it has been an interesting journey so far. However, there is one character that has always irked me, and that is Mahnoor.

In each of the past 26 episodes, Mahnoor always finds a way to ruin the fun of the episode and bring something that makes the situation tense. I understand that she is a negative character, but her actions are becoming too predictable, and it’s getting on my nerves.

In this episode, Mahnoor once again created drama by insisting that Asfi move to her house instead of the tradition that the bride moves out to the groom’s house. This may seem like a small issue, but it’s the principle that bothers me. Mahnoor seems to want to control everything, and this attitude is not going to lead to a happy and healthy relationship.

Furthermore, the fact that Mahnoor is always manipulating situations to her advantage is not a good sign. It shows that she is not trustworthy and will do whatever it takes to get what she wants. Asfi needs to be careful, or he may end up regretting his decision to marry her.

I must say that the female character in this drama has disappointed me. Mahnoor is not a positive role model, and her choices are not ones that I would want to emulate. I understand that this is a drama, and it’s meant to be entertaining, but the writers need to be careful about the message they are sending out.

In conclusion, the 26th episode of “Kaala Doriya” was not one of my favorites. The constant negativity from Mahnoor is becoming tiresome, and her choices are not ones that I can support. Asfi needs to be careful and not let himself be manipulated by her. I hope that the writers will give Mahnoor’s character some depth and make her more relatable, or else she will continue to be a character that I can’t stand.

If you haven’t watched “Kaala Doriya” yet, I still recommend it as it has some great moments and interesting storylines. However, be prepared for some frustration when it comes to Mahnoor’s character.

Assalam alaikum!


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Shabana Mukhtar

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