Tere Bin | Episode 48


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 48 Written Update and Review

Assalam Alaikum dear readers,

Shabana Mukhtar here, to recap and review the latest episode of Tere Bin.

So, after trudging for a while, Meerub finally boards a bus that’s going to Karachi. Very conveniently, the bus has one vacant seat in the front. I know, someone might say:

It’s just a drama, girl!

I know it is… When I was studying engineering, I travelled by public bus and almost never got a seat unless it was my lucky day. I notice these things because it almost never happens in real life.

Speaking of things rarely happening IRL, the bus conductor would never accept a gold chain in lieu of bus fare.

That’s right. Meerub gives her gold chain because she doesn’t have any money on her. I also expected her to take her purse perhaps before she left the house. Jab banda itna bada qadam uthata hai toh thoda soch samajh ke kare, nahin?

Also, for a moment, I realized how GPay has become a way of life. I never step out of the house without my phone, even if I don’t take cash. Also, despite having at least 11 abayas, I always wear the first one I ever owned because it has a pocket, you know. Cash is so important. I’m  saying this because I tried to envision myself in Meerub’s place. I stopped wearing gold these days ever since I lost on earing last Ramzan. If it was me, I would have no gold to give to the conductor.

And guess who’s the conductor?

Asim Mehmood, I remember him as Ammar from Angna, and younger Nawab in Dil Awaiz.

I wondered why they brought him in for such a small scene. Would he come back again? To return the chain maybe?

Murtasim & Bakhtoo

Bakhtoo is the ever-so-loyal guy who doesn’t leave Murtasim alone even in the moment of distress. Murtasim just stands there, recalling the shit that has happened while Bakhtoo watches on.

Bakhtoo: Maafi maang lein

Murtasim: Maafi maangne se mil jayegi maafi?

Bakhtoo: Bina maange toh kuch nahin milta.

So, Bakhtoo isn’t as ignorant as he seems. He also shares that he also once loved someone.

We see a “moment” between Bakhtoo and Murtasim as Murtasim asks him to keep things to himself.

Naurez and family

Naurez: She’s innocent, it isn’t her fault. You should have said this to your daughter.

Haya’s stoic face was shown a million times in this scene, and it made me wonder-why?

Naurez tells that while he paid heed to Haya’s lies, and that Maryam didn’t love him, but he has still truly fallen in love with Maryam.

Murtasim is like: Hayen? Kya baat kar ra hai? Sachhi mein?

His response otherwise is “unresponsive”, though.


Naurez: She would never come back here.

And then he leaves, leaving Salma Begum with a chance to regret her decision.


Meerub arrives at her Karachi abode first, but then she recalls what she had said to Waqas. She doesn’t stop there.

She may have gone elsewhere, but Waqas telepathically just knows that Meerub had come, that she is upset about something. Nice emotional scene.

The episode ends as everyone is waiting for Meerub to come out of the room.

She doesn’t, because she ain’t there.



As we have been noticing for the past three episodes, this one was also filled with flashbacks, but relatively lesser this time. This episode was quite quiet. There was almost no drama, not much loud music, not dhidhin dhidhin in the background.

I liked it.

Also, Murtasim who generally had a befitting reply to everything Salma Begum said, kept quiet mostly, even apologizing for not being there at the time for Maryam’s rukhsati. This subtle change is noticeable in him.

So, that’s the commentary on the latest episode of “Tere Bin”. How did others find it?


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