Mein | Episode 15

Mein | The Quest Of Me With Me

Mein is a dramatic story of two strong-headed individuals who end up crossing paths due to being unlucky in love while facing family and societal pressures!

Directed By: Badar Mehmood

Written By: Zanjabeel Asim Shah

[Source: ARY Digital’s Official YouTube Channel]

Mein Episode 15 Written Review

Assalamualaikum dear followers,

It’s Shabana Mukhtar back with the recap and review of the latest episode of Mein.

The opening of this scene is superb as Asif’s ego takes a serious blow. Policemen come to see him to inform that Zaid had tried to register an FIR against his own father. Asif quiets the policemen with a thick brown envelope. In future, he need not worry about any complaint against him.


Amir collapses; he gets a heart attack. At the hospital, he loses the battle of shame to death.

Asiya: such people should die.
(Mar hi jana chahiye.)

Those four words were so brutal and so true, so brutally true.

That whole sequence was very well shot.


Mubashshara keeps waiting for Zaid. When he doesn’t come home, she takes Asif to Ayera’s home.

Zaid comes home and tells his father that he wants to marry Ayera. He threatens to divorce Mubashshara, and in response Asif disowns his son.

Mubashshara just watched the interaction, dumbfounded, perplexed.

This was also beautifully shot.


This disowning bit was surreal. Who will win this who battle? We’re all on Zaid’s side but it would be fun to watch the consequences of this. This reminds me of Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi. Shamsher was disowned and he couldn’t get a decent job and resorted to working as a salesman. Would the same thing happen here? We will see.

This episode was so interesting and engaging. I can’t wait for the next week to watch where things go.

Also, Asif’s shirts are so tight. Ek gehra saans liya toh buttons toot jayenge. Haha.

Until next time, fellow drama addicts! Stay tuned for more twists, turns, and reviews.


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Shabana Mukhtar

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