Excursion of a born philanthropist, determined to fill the void in uniform distribution of education in her community, without the bounds of finances. Zimal faces multiple obstacle in her virtuous way, from personal wounds to feudal establishment, everything seems to diverge her astray. Written by Kashif Anwer, directed by Shehzad Kashmiri and produced under the banner of Momina Duraid Productions, the cast of Neem includes, Syed Jibran, Mawra Hussain, Arslan Naseer, Hani Taha, Maryam Nafees, Shamyl Khan, Ameer Gilani, Adeel Khan, Ismat Zaidi, Alamdar Khan, Areeba Tirmizi, Tahira Shahzad, Yousuf Bashir Qureshi & Others. Watch Neem starting only on HUM TV.
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Neem Episode 13 Written Update and Review
Assalam alaikum, , my dear drama lovers!
I’m here with the recap and review of Neem Episode 13.
Zimal’s Love Triangle
Zimal has convinced everyone for Shaazil’s second marriage. The only objection comes from little Shayan, but his opinion doesn’t even count.
I’ve already said this, but Zimal is too good to be true and her anthropology borders on sadism. Also, we saw a glimpse of what kind of marriage it would be between Maryam and Shaazil. Maryam would dominate Shaazil and make him dance to her tunes. Maryam is currently Zimal’s best friend but soon she will turn into a nagging, mean, plotting sautan.
The primary focus of this episode was Jameel’s revenge. He shows afsheen’s photos to Karamat. At first, Karamat loses his temper and heads to Amjad’s house but then he thinks better of it.
He goes home and asks his wife Ishrat to finalize Afsheen’s wedding. Ishrat’s brother Samad had earlier sent his son Rehan’s proposal for Afsheen. Despite Afsheen’s protests, she has to marry Rehan.
The Brothers’ Arshad,Amjad,Asad
Karamat is after Amjad’s life, Asad’s freedom while Camilla is after Arshad’s money. She sends a legal notice to Arshad, while Karamat sends police to arrest Asad, thinking that arrest of one brother would quiet the rebel of the other.
This family is going through some extreme tough times.
I knew I’m signing up for a serious story and stallar performances but this drama has gotten too serious and grim now.
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