She then calls Mehrunissa and complains about why Mehrunissa had not taught Falak how to love God. There is an allegory Falak uses for women, she calls them like vines along a wall. Falak notices the vulgar changes Tabinda has made to the house and retains her composure. Loug Kiya Kahenge Sanwari. Overall this was another fab episode. In a blog on The Tribune, a writer wrote about “misplaced knowledge of Islam” due to the way the story presented Sufism and Islamization.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Salman has literally dropped a bomb on her when he tells her that he wants to marry this Tabinda creature. Mahira has a natural grace under fire probably why the acid-throwing angle seemed more implausible than ever and a commanding presence that is a sight to watch as it shakes and is thrown out of its loop. Another important lesson is that life is about learning to live with imperfections. I use to be such an avid follower of her show and her whole crush on Tom Cruise bit! Mahira also stuns in the scene where she goes back to where the fakir Saeed was and rubs sullied water onto her face. I quite liked the bathroom scene the way it was.
Interestingly no one else seems to have any problem with this zaa apart from Hamza, who tells Falak that there is a stark difference between the love Hamza has for Falak and the octobr Falak has for Salman.
Falak meets Hamza and Hamza offers to marry Falak. There is an allegory Falak uses for women, she calls them like vines along a shehe. Salman wants a patch up with Falak but Falak says she feels nothing. But in her haze of love and affection for a man she created, this love that she has for Salman, a love that envelops her from every which way and stops her from seeing reason and logic, this seems to be an extension of her own ego.
That was done brilliantly!
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This page was last edited on 16 Januaryat Yes I loved seeing Falak Angry!! One day at a dinner date, Falak tells him that her father wants him to join the factory. One cannot exist without the other.
True love should withstand all sorts of crisis. She chances upon meeting this man again at a party and is entranced by the idea of talking to him and knowing more about him. Falak is becoming increasingly obsessed with Salman Ansar. Quite an excellent casting decision by MD Productions. Do I need to say that I love your reviews???
Shehr-e Zaat – Episode 12 Review – Desi Rants N Raves
It is so so lovely reading you again!! Logically or rationally speaking, she would not be attracted to a man who treats her terribly.
Loving the blog and the post. One of these issues were of treating domestic helpers with kindness and compassion. There is one instance that consistently happens throughout major dramas and it is this one instance that bothers me to no end every time: F is more flippant than usual and often loses his temper with Falak.
Excellent connections being made here, just as howzzat rightly shher, not a scene wasted… Absolutely Nadia is indeed a cutie patutie you a Rosie fan?!
One of the greatest favors Mahira does to Falak is not do a weepy Falak. Their moments of friendship and camaraderie are honest and insightful. Mubarakan ji once again octoober the blog!
It defines the very essence of who she is. I wish, I could say the same about Mahira. Learn how your comment data is processed. She later wonders how he could dismiss their relationship over something so minor.
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They could have been better if they would not have been jumbled up. In a surreal and uncomfortable conversation, Falak and Salman decide they would get married. However, I still think it was a great effort and we do need these new innovative ways of doing things to keep our dramas interesting so Well done Sarmad and Mahira.
SZ, thank you so much for starting this blog. Finally your reviews are back…: I think Sarmad had tried to do the same thing. All she was missing was blue eyeshadow, a tika, and red dupatta. Everything is in too much of a hurry to be wrapped and packed off to the audiences.