Presenting the craziest love story of the year, filled with laughter and unforgettable moments, starring Komal Meer & Muneeb Butt.
Raniya is a well-educated young girl from a small town who takes pride in her intelligence and often offers advice to others. When she meets Maheer, at Khala Amma’s house, he is initially not fond of her. Maheer who is Khala Amma’s beloved grandson always looks down upon Maheer’s opinionated nature. The differences in Maheer and Raniya’s mindsets cause frustration and hatred between the two.
The involvement of their extended family begins to affect both Maheer and Raniya’s behaviours and relationships. Maheer is forced to confront some truths about his family, which causes him to reevaluate his own values and beliefs. Meanwhile, Raniya must navigate her own feelings and desires while dealing with the challenges that come with cultural expectations and family dynamics.
Despite their initial struggles, Raniya and Maheer’s relationship is tested and evolves in unexpected ways. Together, they must navigate the challenges and uncertainties that come with personal growth and the complex dynamics of family relationships.
Will Maheer be able to overcome his hatred towards Raniya, and will they be able to reconcile their differences?
Writer: Samra Bukhari
Director: Zeeshan Ahmed
Producers: Abdullah Kadwani & Asad Qureshi
Production: 7th Sky Entertainment Presentation
Tere Aany Se Episode 8 Written Update & Review
Assalam Alaikum, fellow drama enthusiasts!
It’s Shabana Mukhtar, and I’m back with another recap and review of “Tere Aany Se.” So, let’s get started!
If I were to summarize this episode, it can be captured in a few sentences.
1. Laiba falls unconcious on the road.
2. Rania sees her and rushes her to the hospital. She calls Maheer for help but he refuses to come
3. Maheer does come to the hospital. Rania and Maheer bicker constantly in the hospital until Laiba’s family comes home.
That’s a brief summary, but it was so well-executed. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I enjoyed this episode.
Let’s dig in deeper.
In the eighth episode, we saw Laiba, played by the lovely Khushi Maheen, collapse on the road, and Rania, played by the ever-so-talented Komal Meer, rushed her to the hospital.
Now, I don’t know about you, but if I saw someone pass out on the street, my first instinct would be to call for help. But not Rania, oh no. She decides to take Laiba to the hospital all by herself. But she doesn’t have her wallet and phone on her.
Rania runs into Ifrah and the bills’ issue is sorted. Ifrah even helps Rania call Maheer. Of course, Maheer being the stubborn man that he is, refuses to come to the hospital, which only leads to more drama between him and Rania. I swear, these two are like oil and water. They just don’t mix.
But eventually, Maheer does show up at the hospital, and the two continue to bicker and argue like an old married couple. It’s both hilarious and frustrating to watch, but I can’t deny the chemistry between the two actors.
The best part was that Rania constantly reminded Maheer of the “yeh meri mulazma hai” incident. It’s like she rubs it in his face until he is ashamed of what he has said.
Komal Meer and Muneeb Butt, both were superb throughout the episode. The supporting cast, including Saleem Mairaj, Shamim Hilali, and ZQ, were all excellent in their roles, adding depth and dimension to the already engaging storyline. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
Until we meet again, check out my books on Amazon. You can subscribe for Kindle Unlimited for free for the first month, just saying 🙂