Tere Bin | Episode 23


Tere Bin is a new drama on HAR PAL GEO (Well, it’s not that new). Here’s a snippet from Geo’s official YouTube channel.

Meerab is an ambitious and beautiful young girl who wants to pursue higher studies. Her entire world revolves around her parents and she believes in them the most. Her strong and confident personality makes her stand against social injustices around her.

On the contrary, Murtasim hails from a powerful and influential family. He respects and values the morals and traditions of his family and refuses to let the family down.

Meerab’s life takes an unexpected turn when she finds out about her family’s decision regarding her and Murtasim’s life. Meerab’s hatred towards Murtasim continues to grow as a family secret from the past resurfaces. Coming from different backgrounds and mindsets, Murtasim begins to realize Meerab’s arrogant behaviour towards him and begins to consider her a challenge for himself. On the other hand, Meerab who is used to living her life on her own terms refuses to accept Murtasim’s family traditions and unnecessary social barriers.

Soon their lives go through a series of emotional sufferings and misunderstandings where it becomes difficult for them to coexist. Despite their hatred towards each other, will Meerab and Murtasim accept their true feelings or will the dynamics of ego and self-respect force them to stay apart?

Writer: Nooran Makhdoom
Director: Siraj ul Haq
Producers: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Production House: 7th Sky Entertainment

[Source: HAR PAL GEO’s official YouTube Channel]

Tere Bin Episode 23 Written Update and Review

Assalam o Alaikum everyone,

I recently watched the 23rd episode of “Tere Bin” and I have to say, it was a mixed bag for me. While this drama has drove nations, yes, plural, to madness. But this time, just as episode 21, was a bit tame.  While there were some great moments that left me smiling and feeling warm inside, there were also a few parts that left me scratching my head and wondering why they were even included in the first place.

Let’s start with the positives. The maid Peenu has found the “stuff” that Haya has seen. She tries to tell Salma Begum but Haya interrupts, twice. Salma Begum might not know what Haya has been doing, but she stands tall and strong with Meerub. Her stance is so clear. She wants Meerub and Murtasim to be happy, and she says that she would stand by Meerub, no matter what. I absolutely loved how Salman Begum tackled Haya’s issue. It was heartwarming to see her stand up for Haya and fight for her rights. This is the kind of representation we need on our screens – women supporting other women, instead of tearing each other down.

But what really stole the show for me were the elaborated romantic moments between Murtasim and Meerub. First, we see them walking through the market, hand in hand, stealing glances at each other and just enjoying each other’s company. It was such a beautiful scene that captured the essence of young love.

And then, we see them in the room with the beautiful floral arrangement, expressing their feelings for each other through their actions. The chemistry between these two characters is undeniable, and it was a joy to watch them together.

However, there was one part of the episode that really didn’t sit well with me – the way the Rohail angle was handled. Why was Meerub so worried? She had nothing going on with Rohail, but she seemed scared as if she didn’t want her secret to be out. This was so lame and unnecessary.

Overall, the 23rd episode of “Tere Bin” had its ups and downs, but it was still an enjoyable watch. I’m looking forward to seeing how the story unfolds in the upcoming episodes. I think it should wrap up now. It’s being dragged now.

That’s the episode. I guess I’m done for the day. How you peeps doing?

And, did you watch the Jhoom’s teaser? Check out my two cents on first impressions of Jhoom.

Thank you for reading.

Warm Regards, Shabana


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