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.
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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 9 Written Update and Review
I recently watched the ninth episode of “Kuch Ankahi,” and I have to say, it was quite an emotional episode. The drama continues to explore the theme of societal pressure and how it affects individuals and families.
Let’s quickly cover the ground.
Aliya talks to Agha Ji and tells about Saif Ur Rehman’s girlfriend, Shagufta’s call to Sameya, and her threats. She is determined to fix things even if it takes standing in front of Shammo. Later, we see Thanvi and Agha Ji playing chess. Their conversation is about the game of chess, only on surface. Underneath, it is all about their lives and their struggles.
The family finally talk about the elephant in the room. Things almost blow out of proportion but Samia keeps to her room with young Deepak to boost her confidence. Aliya tries to convince Shammo but Shammo also has a fair point.
And then shit hits the fan. Shammo has a mild heart attack and is rushed to the hospital. Samia takes a bold step and calls Saif Ur Rehman and confronts both Saif and Zareena.
Sehrish and her father discuss their sons, Zain and Azfar respectively. Sehrish again tries to convince her father to forgive Azfar but…
This episode also shows a little bit more about Deepak’s fear. The way he runs out when Shakeel gives him a toffee was so subtle and yet it delivered the message so well.
Deepak is still scared, but he is almost ready to confide in a kind soul like Sufia.
I can’t wait to see the next episode.
One thing that I appreciate about this drama is that it tries to show both sides of the picture. The good side, where people are supportive and understanding, and the side that is always worried about societal pressure and how it will reflect on them. It is a delicate balance, and the drama does an excellent job of portraying it.
I particularly liked how Salman stood by the family, both at home and at the hospital. He showed a lot of maturity and understanding, and it was heartwarming to see him support his family through such a difficult time.
However, one criticism that I have of this drama is that it is often a bit too real for me. The issues and challenges that the characters face are so relatable and relevant to our society that it can sometimes feel suffocating. While I appreciate that the writers are trying to shed light on important issues, it would be nice to have some moments of relief and hope to balance out the heaviness.
I like Mohammad Ahmed’s writing. He is a minimalist. Instead of saying a paragraph, he makes do with two lines; instead of saying two lines, he makes do with no words.
Overall, “Kuch Ankahi” is a well-crafted drama with excellent performances from the cast. The themes of societal pressure, family dynamics, and love are explored in a way that is both realistic and engaging. I am looking forward to seeing how the story progresses and how the characters continue to navigate the challenges that they face.
Thank you for reading my review, and I hope you enjoy watching “Kuch Ankahi” as much as I did.
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