‘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
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Yunhi Episode 7 Written Update & Review
It is time to discuss the latest episode of “Yunhi”.
While this episode was more like a montage of Kim and Zulfi roaming about the city, it also showed Kim as an observant person. She notices Suraiyya with her beau, and she is also suspicious about Zulfi’s letter to someone named Iqbal. Kim was also super-nice to Husna, not her usual rude self, which surprised me. I think the first impressions are good, because later Husna would fight with Kim about Daniyal… Whatever the reasons are, this was a nice conversation.
Kim also mingled with the family-talking to other women. It shows a slow and steady character growth-Kim is finally learning to be nice to people aroundher. Kim not only asks Suraiyya about her boyfriend but also tells everyone that Dawood has a girlfriend. One way or the other, Kim is causing quite a stir in the house.
Assalamu alaikum everyone,
I recently watched the seventh episode of “Yunhi” and I have some thoughts to share with you all.
First of all, I appreciated Kim’s character growth in this episode. She learned to respect the people around her, which is a great lesson to teach our youth. Kim is an observant person, and she notices things that others might miss. For example, she sees Suraiyya with her beau and is suspicious about Zulfi’s letter to someone named Iqbal.
However, I must say that I was disappointed by the amount of time Kim and Zulfi spent together. This drama seems to suggest that if two people are friendly and spend time with each other, it’s okay. But is that really what Islam teaches us? Absolutely not. We should never promote non-Islamic values in our media, especially in a drama that is watched by so many people.
Zulfi might be an older man, and some might argue that it’s okay for Kim to be with him alone. However, at one point in the episode, Kim even says that she wouldn’t mind marrying Zulfi. This is not something that should be taken lightly, as it could give young viewers the wrong impression.
I understand that not all dramas are meant to teach us lessons or be an example of Islamic living, but we should never promote non-Islamic values either. As Muslims, it’s our duty to promote Islamic values and teachings wherever we can. We must be mindful of the messages that we are sending out to our youth through the media.
In conclusion, while I appreciate the character growth of Kim in this episode, I must say that I was disappointed by the amount of time she spent with Zulfi and the message that it sends out. Let’s hope that the next episodes of “Yunhi” will promote more positive messages and Islamic values.
If you can’t sow the flowers, at least don’t sow thorns- loose translation of a line from Hindi poem.
यदि फूल नहीं बो सकते तो कांटे काम से काम मत बोओ
Jazak Allah Khair for reading. How did others like this episode?
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