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 46 Written Update and Review
Assalam Alaikum dear readers,
Shabana Mukhtar here, to recap and review the latest episode of Tere Bin.
What’s with the flashbacks?
We see the flashbacks for the first few minutes. Then, Maryam throws the bridal stuff out because, you know, she wants Meerub to return before rukhsati.
I have noticed that as a drama, any drama, approaches the finale, we see plenty of flashbacks, kinda like a recap so far, and the last episode is primarily all recaps and some closure towards the end. It doesn’t work for me, at least. I can’t say about others.
Meerub vs Salma Begum
Salma Begum comes to bring Meerub back. First, Salma Begum and Waqas have a talk. Waqas shows his disappointment in the way Salma Begum treated Meerub, and how she didn’t let anyone attend Maryam’s nikaah.
Then, Meerub waltzs into the living room. When she hears that Salma Begum wasnts to bring her back to haveli, she gets the perfect opportunity to whine about the past.
Meerub: Why did you come? Aapka sohna beta kidhar hai?
I kid of course. She was reminding about how Murtasim dropped her home. Yet again, she tries to justify what she had done.
Meerub: I didn’t tell anyone else because I had promised Maryam.
Seriously? That’s your defense? You had promised Maryam to help her elope, and that’s why you didn’t tell anyone. Why did you promise in the first place? If you had, this silly promise should have been broken with great pride.
Long story short, she agrees to attend the rukhsati, because, Maryam se waada jo kiya hai. If you haven’t sensed it, I’m rolling my eyes right now.
I skipped past several scenes but eventually it’s the shaadi time. The bride and the groom both looked fabulous, while the venue reminded me of Murtasim’s wedding.
Anywho! Long story short, Meerub sees Haya hugging Murtasim. And all hell breaks loose. Meerub starts name calling and whatnot.
Haya’s “aakhri dao”
This was supposedly Haya’s last attempt at separating Murtasim and Meerub. I don’t understand her logic. Even if Meerub leaves Murtasim, that stubborn man will never accept Haya.
That was the logic part of it. Now, let’s come to the emotional reaction to that scene, even though I skipped through most of it.
What Haya does, whatever she has done so far, it makes my skin crawl. I can feel knots in my stomach. Even though I skip her scenes, I get glimpses of her acts and that’s just… I am not condemning the writer. She has all the rights to write an evil character. My only problem is, I can’t tolerate such characters. Haya makes me sick, and that violates my reason for watching the dramas-my quest for escapism.
Murtasim showing his “auqat”
Meerub’s words were harsh, I agree, but Murtasim’s reaction was just ruthless. The last scene was also very hard to watch. I had never expected Murtasim to do what he did. I mean, he was the only character I had no complaints about, and he has ruled our hearts for almost 6 months. But that last scene was just: eww Murtasim, not cool!
I have nothing more to say right now. I am still processing the events of this episode. It wasn’t a pleasant watch, let it suffice to say.
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