The episode ended without much of a bang, but the teaser for the next episode was the shocker. Two episodes left. Its time for the big reveal: Will Danish (Humayun Saeed) take back Mehwish (Ayeza Khan) or marry Hania (Hira Mani)?
The series has been anything but typical. But what is frustrating is that there are moments that are so problematic and anti-women.
The most recent episode of the drama shows Maham (Savera Nadeem) accepting Shahwar (Adnan Siddiqui) back into her life. He has to prove himself, as she removes him from his position in the company, but why is he forgiven for that ultimate sin that the writer, Khalil ur Rehman Qamar isn’t allowing a woman to be forgiven for?
The controversial writer is no stranger to backlash and seems like he doesn’t mind it much either. He has passed many controversial comments about women and recently made new ones and some revelations of the program.
The episode, airing on Saturday, January 11th on ARY Digital, is going to be longer and not ‘for the faint-hearted’. The writer warns that it’s a real tear-jerker and if someone is emotional, they should keep their medicines close by. He also says that ‘God might forgive sins, but love does not,’ when asked about the ending of the drama.
Roomi, Danish and Mehwish’s son also goes out on a limb and literally proposes to Hania and asks her to marry his father. What’s also stranger is how Roomi is allowed to go to her house on his own and do these crazy gestures but obviously, his role defines what his father will do.
It will be disappointing if Danish doesn’t forgive Mehwish. Especially since Maham has taken Shehwar back in his life. But based on what the writer is saying about the end, Danish and Mehwish might not be ending up together.
Mehwish is repenting. She buys her old apartment, where she lived with Danish and her son, she prays and cries and admits her mistakes, asking Danish to let her live with him, for their son’s sake. But all that might not be enough.