Yunhi | Episode 3


 ‘Yunhi’ is a romantic drama serial directed by Muhammad Ehteshamuddin, featuring the versatile Maya Ali and Bilal Ashraf in lead roles. The serial tells the story of Dawood, a simple-minded man, and Kaneez Fatima, a strong-headed woman, who come from the same cultural background but have grown up in different societies. As they fall in love, they learn to tolerate and respect each other’s different perspectives on life. The film is a light-hearted love story that explores cultural diversity and the challenges of finding love and understanding in a rapidly changing world.

With a talented cast including Behroze Sabzwari, Deepak Perwani, Tazeen Hussain Tahira Imam, Manzoor Qureshi, Maha Hassan, Khaqan Shahnawaz, Uzma Baig, Saad Faridi, Laiba Khurram and others, ‘Yunhi’ promises to be a captivating and entertaining watch. Produced by Momina Duraid Productions, Watch Yunhi every Sunday at 8 pm only on #HUM TV

[Source: Hum TV official YouTube channel]

Yunhi Episode 3 Written Update & Review

So, the previous episode showed how Dawood and Kim ended up in the same bed (it sound so scandulous, right?) and the fuss around the little misunderstanding. Why can’t Dawood or his parents call to inform about the sleeping arrangements is beyond me. I know, the misunderstanding was a plot device to progress the plot, but still, it seems far-fetched. In older days, the “excuse” of “no phone calls” would have worked, but now is the age of whatsapp messages. One message to Dawood would have sorted things out.

But no.

The other progress is that Razia Begum has three agendas in life–Marry Dawood with her niece Naeema, marry Daniyal with Basharat’s niece Husna and find a good match for Suraiyya. What she doesn’t know is, Suraiyya has a beau, and seemingly not a loyal one.

This episode was primarily about Kim being unbearably rude while everyone else just keeps up with her only because of “Abba Ji”. I would have ignored the annoyance of the character because I am sure they have a redemption arc for Kim (I really hope they do). My problem is, with a story so cliched and predictable, and with people whom I have never liked, it is almost impossible to watch this drama.

This drama continues to show the most expected events. So far, I am yet to see anything that makes me go: wow!

Even so, I’m willing to give this a 5-episode test because I have already drafted posts for 5 episodes. I am not thrilled to watch it, though.

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