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I have to admit that I am watching this show because of the female protagonist — Emaan. The promo tells me that Sheheryaar is very right about his family, and I wonder how difficult it must have been for a man like him to live with a family lost in khandaani riwayaat, rasmain etc. He is obstinate, brutally honest and a bit insensitive, but is he bad at heart? In the midst of plays that vehemently reject the concept of headstrong and intellectual female characters, and continue to thrive on the bechari aurat scenarios, Mol dares to be different. He wastes no opportunity to remind Emaan of the fact that no one has the right to challenge his ideas about right and wrong. The clash of personalities and the issues they deal with are a far cry from the ones we see every now on then because their problems are not over the top — they are very real and 21st century-like. This may take a second or two. What do you think of the latest episode?

The way Sheheryaar sees this relationship is very different from the way Emaan views it. I withhold my judgment for now. I can understand her growing affection for the boy because Sheheryaar just struck her with his anti-love speeches, she is pretty lonely, and spending some time with the kid is the only thing that makes her happy in the true sense. Are you watching Mol? The way the two desperate ladies forced Emaan to come with them despite her protests was actually funny. Muhabbat ka naulakha haar meray naseeb mein na tha. Much to my delight, Emaan here questions: And of course, the ultimate solution to every marital problem — bus Allah Emaan ko aulaad say nawaaz de, sab theek hojayega… Little does she know that Sheheryaar has problems with that too!

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In the midst of plays that vehemently reject the concept of headstrong and intellectual female characters, and continue to thrive on the bechari aurat scenarios, Mol dares to be different. Much to my delight, Emaan here questions: I have to admit that I am watching this show because of the female protagonist — Emaan.

The clash of personalities and the issues they deal with are a far cry from the ones we see every now on then because their problems are not over the top — they are very real and 21st century-like.

The way Sheheryaar sees this relationship is very different from the way Emaan views it. In the opening episoce, the way Sheheryaar cancelled his official dinner just because Emaan had planned an outing kind of showed that he is considerate of her feelings, but the scenes that followed suggested otherwise.

Maryam Mehdi Maryam And they are right when rrama say, ‘Writing is a form of therapy’. This may take a second or two. I can understand her growing affection for the boy because Sheheryaar just struck her with his anti-love speeches, she is pretty lonely, and spending some time with the kid is the only thing that makes her happy in the true sense. And of course, the ultimate solution to every marital problem — bus Allah Emaan ko aulaad say nawaaz de, sab theek hojayega… Little does she know that Sheheryaar has problems with that too!

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The way the two desperate ladies forced Emaan to come with them despite her protests was actually funny. I withhold my judgment for now. The women we see on our screens take on different roles; we see them as wives, daughters, sisters and mothers. Are you watching Mol?

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The promo tells me that Sheheryaar is very right about his family, and I wonder how difficult it must have been for a man like him to live with a family lost in khandaani riwayaat, rasmain etc. Mol — Episode 8 26 Jul, What do you think of the latest episode?

Close Window Loading, Please Bechhari Muhabbat ka naulakha haar meray naseeb mein na tha. He wastes no opportunity to remind Emaan of the fact that no one has the right to challenge his ideas about right and wrong.

He is obstinate, brutally honest and a bit insensitive, but is he bad at heart?