Kuch Ankahi | Episode 10


Kuch Ankahi is a modern day and light-hearted drama that is full of messages. The drama discusses issues relating to women’s legal & religious right to property, harassment at workplace, pressurizing girls for marriage, etc.

[Source: ARY Digital HD’s official Youtube Channel]

In Kuch Ankahi, we follow the family of Agha Ji and her three daughters Aliya, Tania, and Samia. His eldest daughter is Samia, while his youngest daughter is Tania. As a family caregiver, Aliya supports her father in handling his financial issues. In this dramatic story, you will find many twists and turns that will leave you amazed by what you are going to discover.

Writer: Mohammed Ahmed

Director: Nadeem Baig

Kuch Ankahi Episode 10 Written Update and Review 

Kuch Ankahi is one of the most popular dramas on television right now, and the 10th episode did not disappoint. The show has been building up tension and drama over the past few episodes, and this episode did so much in terms of plot progress. There are certain things that are unclear, which adds to the intrigue value of the drama. In this review, I will be discussing my thoughts on the 10th episode of Kuch Ankahi.

The episode begins with Zareena creating an elaborate scene with Saif and convinces him to agree to marry Samia and leave Shaugfta. Whether she was really think that Samia is the best girl she’d find for Saif or just trying to be rid Shagufta, I’m not very clear about that.

Agha Ji talks to Zareena and raises his concerns. He asks many questions, but he doesn’t ask the biggest question. Why did Shagufta call Samia and asked her to refuse this nikaah? Why didn’t he tell Zareena that? 

This episode also shows Agha Ji talking to Saif about Shagufta, but Saif lies about many things. This is frustrating, and it’s unclear why he is so hesitant to come clean. This adds to the tension of the show, and it’s clear that this secret will come back to haunt him later on.

The show also explored the relationships between the characters in more depth. Zareena is clearly struggling with her son’s secret, and her conversation with Agha Ji was not just a way to cover Saif’s ass but also a little bit emotional and heartfelt. It’s clear that she is a loving mother who wants what’s best for her son.

The episode ends and it’s clear that this is just the beginning of more drama to come. The tension and intrigue of the show have been building up over the past few episodes, and it’s clear that the writers have a plan for the direction of the show.


There are certain things that are unclear. For example, what is Shagufta’s stance? Why is she so hell bent on marrying Saif? And, why doesn’t Saif tell the truth? Why is he so chicken? These uncertain and unclear things add to the intrigue value of the drama. 

I appreciate the several light moments that showed how strong the familial bond is-Tania and Alia making soup, Samia bringing the soup, Shammo and Agha Ji trying that soup reluctantly… it was all so much fun. I like that this episode was filled with comedic moments that balanced out the drama and emotions. The scene ends as Alia and Tania walk out and Alia says something… “Abey…”

Sajal’s portrayal of her character Alia, however, was a little OTT. I mean, the way she said. “Abey…” I say that as well, but something in her tone and pitch was different and made that annoying. It was almost as if she was trying too hard. And, need I say how awful her hairstyle is?

Overall, the 10th episode of Kuch Ankahi was a balanced episode of fun, drama, and emotions. While there are certain things that are unclear, such as Shagufta’s stance and Saif’s hesitancy to tell the truth, these add to the intrigue of the show. The numerous laugh-out-loud moments balanced out the tension and emotions of the show, and the relationships between the characters were explored in more depth, especially Deepak. I am eagerly waiting to see what direction the show will take in the upcoming episodes, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves a good drama with a touch of comedy.

So long!


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