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Although Aima is a very sensible girl but somehow personally I am not enjoying the stark difference in the personality of the two sisters, probably because we have had an overdose of sisters who are complete contrasts in the past one year. Overall, I enjoyed these two episodes much more than any of the previous episodes mainly because I found the changes in Hammad very relatable and interesting, Umera Ahmed most definitely has great observation and she has penned down these characters perfectly. Am I the only one who felt like this line seemed like one of the funny —sarcastic-lame jokes that we hear at the end of Ufone advertisements? She feels very passionately about Pakistani dramas and loves discussing them to detail. Kuch ke liye tamasha aur kuch ke liye hasrat bun jaye. Although Aima told Hashim loud and clear that her parents could not afford to buy her a car but he is still expecting one…all I can say is that shame on him and every man like him! Usually there is a lot of hullabaloo about marriage functions in dramas but they are never shown properly because of obvious reasons.

Sadly there are many such men in our society who openly ask their wives to be or their families for things and later on boast about it too. She feels very passionately about Pakistani dramas and loves discussing them to detail. Usually there is a lot of hullabaloo about marriage functions in dramas but they are never shown properly because of obvious reasons. I must give due credit to the director for doing a great job of showing the wedding functions, the details shown were totally in line with the story. Could it be because of all the things that her bahu brought with her? Although Aima told Hashim loud and clear that her parents could not afford to buy her a car but he is still expecting one…all I can say is that shame on him and every man like him! Overall, I enjoyed these two episodes much more than any of the previous episodes mainly because I found the changes in Hammad very relatable and interesting, Umera Ahmed most definitely has great observation and she has penned down these characters perfectly. Close Window Loading, Please Wait!

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She feels very passionately about Pakistani dramas and loves discussing them to detail. Kuch ke liye tamasha aur kuch ke liye hasrat bun jaye. ufoos

Although Aima is a very sensible girl but somehow personally I am not enjoying the stark difference in the personality of the two sisters, probably because we have had an overdose of sisters who are complete contrasts in the past one year.

Am I the only one who felt like this line seemed like one of the funny —sarcastic-lame jokes that we hear at the end of Ufone advertisements?

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It was very evident that Ayza was out to impress her In Laws and she succeeded too. Close Window Loading, Please Wait!

This may take a second or two. Sadly there are many such men in our society who openly ask their wives to be or their families for things and later on boast about it too.

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I would have liked it better if the story was about Ayza alone and it showed how a woman can change everything about a household and not always in a good way!

Fatima Awan Fatima Awan has been a part of reviewit right from its inception. Honestly speaking, I was not expecting Rafia to be as understanding as she is being till now. If it wasn’t for the play Durr-e-Shahwar she wouldn’t have started writing!

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I must give due credit to the director for doing a great job of showing the wedding functions, the details shown were totally in line with the story. Usually there is a lot of hullabaloo about marriage functions in dramas but they are never shown properly because of onlihe reasons.

Asghari and Amna had to be only two people who talked sense all through these two episodes. Could it be because of all the things that her bahu brought with her? Overall, I enjoyed these two episodes much more than any of the previous episodes mainly because I found the changes in Hammad very relatable and interesting, Umera Ahmed most definitely has great observation and she has penned down these characters perfectly.

Although Aima told Hashim loud and clear that her parents could not afford to buy her a car but he is still expecting one…all I can say is that shame on him and every man like him!

The way Hammad changes his priorities and does not even bother asking or even informing his mother was no exaggeration at all. Some of the scenes were more predictable than usual, I could actually episodde what response someone is going to give to someone and when someone is going to hang up the phone, on what note the conversation will end etc.