Kuch Ankahi | Episode 8


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 8  Written Update and Review 

Let’s do a quick recap.

The family is celebrating the ubton. Deepak was already there; Neha also comes to join the girls.

Zareena Begum has made up a story about Samia’s jewellery etc. Sufia is suspicious about that story. Nobody minds it, because nobody is wholeheartedly agreeing to this marriage. Even Thanvi can sense that.

Samia gets a call from Shagufta. She tells her about Saif and Zareena’s nature, and that it behoovs Samia to refuse to marry Saif. I don’t quite understand Shagufta’s stand. Is she sympathetic? I don’t think so. But she understands Saif and Zareena well, very well, eerily well.

Now, will this phone call change Samia’s mind? Also, Shagifta’s father is very stubbornly against Saif.

Agha Ji comes and asks Samia one last time, to hear her opinion while time is still in her hands. The father-daughter conversation about Samia’s nikaah with Saif, Mira Sethi was so good in that scene.

On the fun side, we see Shakeel’s interest in Taniya and some witty banter. But otherwise quite intense episode.



As I tuned in to the latest episode of “Kuch Ankahi,” I was pleasantly surprised by the intense and emotional scenes that were displayed. In particular, the conversation between the father and daughter about Samia’s nikaah with Saif was incredibly moving.

Mira Sethi has undoubtedly proved herself to be a versatile and talented actress. Her portrayal of Samia in the drama has been commendable, and in this episode, she once again delivered an outstanding performance. The scene in which she confronts her father about the nikaah was particularly heart-wrenching. The raw emotions and vulnerability that Mira Sethi showcased were truly remarkable.

The father-daughter relationship is a complex one, and it was beautifully depicted in this episode. The conversation between them felt real and authentic, and it was evident that the characters had a deep connection. The love and concern that the father had for his daughter were palpable, and it was evident that he wanted what was best for her.

Furthermore, I was pleased to see Sufia taking a stand for Samia. She has been an incredibly strong character throughout the drama, and her determination to protect her family is admirable. Her unwavering support for her daughter was evident in this episode, and it was refreshing to see her assert her authority and defend her family.

Overall, the 8th episode of “Kuch Ankahi” was an emotional and intense watch. The performances by the actors were exceptional, and the drama’s pacing was spot on. I look forward to seeing how the storyline develops and how the characters evolve in the coming episodes.

So long!


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