Aunn Zara Episode 13 – Attention Seeking Much?

At last, Husna brain-stormed a little more to get the meaning right of Zara’s subliminal messages & then Zara found herself at comfort to let the secret go in front of Husna. Loved how Husna has gotten more candid with Zara now, seems like she speaks to her ‘bahu’ by coming to her level so that she can connect well with her. Zara succeeded in convincing Husna about Nighat & Jamshed but the funny & usual thing is they both still have to know that their fates have been sealed.

Our ‘be-hidayata’  & ‘athra’ Aunn has finally understood what he wants & how he wants it. That is for sure that he is the attention seeker, I mean in a sense that he has always been showered with undivided attention that even when he finally got rid of everybody else’s attention, he has certainly started to have a million issues. He wants the attention his way. Is it just me or everyone else found him comical even when he was trying his best to show all the tantrums? He hates ‘bajray di laatthi’ & even the thought of it that Zara is dissing her ‘mahiya’. When Aunn bangs the door, Husna says ‘Aunn a gaya’, it shows how much everyone has gotten hold of his attitude but no one is bothered to pay attention to him because they’re too busy praising Zara.

The hell apparently broke loose when Daadi felt ‘ona de chattay tay kisi ne sua’a paa dita’. She was just not amused with the thought of Nighat getting in a relationship with Jamshed when her own daughters have grown taller till her shoulders. Obviously, what made it more funny is that Nighat herself doesn’t know anything about it, in fact she doesn’t even has a hint of any such feelings that Zara feels Jamshed has towards her. I loved Daadi’s ‘wawela’ & how she hid herself behind her see-through dupatta just so that she can protect herself from being embarrassed in front of Husna. I feel that bit was definitely something Daadi did on her own because it came out as so natural & looked like a perfect move at the spur of a moment. She is such a brilliant Punjabi daadi & I love her.

Aunn for sure has been thinking through the situation thoroughly & he feels there’s a dire need to steal Zara away from everyone so that he can actually get his marital life grooving. Even though Manzar dissed the ‘bhaandh’, Aunn is persistent & knows what he is doing because without any help & support, he has his plan ready. I feel everyone is underestimating Aunn’s intelligence & his trouble stirring prowess. The whole ‘Haw Haye’ scene at the table by Daadi was such an enjoyable one where Husna felt she was being targeting & things got out of Aunn’s hands just because Zara chose to stay silent. Aunn for sure is trying to snatch Zara away but then he is so considerate that he felt bad seeing Zara frowning because of her awkwardness. No matter what Zara does, Aunn will be Aunn for every single member of the family & that was proved just because he posed having a stomach ache & what topped his sympathy more was ‘chai mai biscuit dubo dubo k kha loonga’, I mean a married guy eating biscuits…Whoa! That’s a no no in front of everyone.

On Nighat & Jamshed situation only one quote fits well right now i-e ‘the funny thing about rumor is that you get to know things which you don’t even know about yourself’. That’s the case here with both of them, where they both were gone to meet their friends, Zara still found her ways to confirm things which Nighat didn’t know about because as per Husna ‘larka larki akele nahi hote, unke beech shaitaan hota hai’. Zara could have died of a stroke when she thought Nighat was at Jamshed’s place all alone but Nighat made things a bit more explanatory & too difficult for Zara to grasp when she sang ‘hum tum ek kamre mai band hon’. LOL!

Over all & as usual the episode was amazing & I am glad that Aunn just didn’t stoop to negativity which I thought he would. He is for sure getting furious day by day but still his character is too cute to feel bad about. I loved how he hid behind the pillow when he taunted Zara for not being a Cinderella. That was a perfect end to yet another perfect episode. I just can’t wait to see Nighat’s reaction when Daada Jaan would come asking for her proposal for Jamshed. 🙂

Keep Supporting,
Zahra Mirza.

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  • Mona

    Phew, finally we can comment.
    Wonderful review to a yet another good episode.
    Poor Aunn, I don’t blame him for making this decision of moving away from his family after what they did to him last week, & like typical desi parents no one even bothered to apologise to him, although they all knew they were at fault.
    Loved Husna’s acting in this episode, when dadi is throwing a tantrum at the dinner table & Husna walks in, almost crying. Her body language, her voice, her tone totally changed.

    • Mona

      By the way, love your use of punjabi words in the review. Very apt.

    • Zahra Mirza

      Thank you so much Mona. Yeah! It’s a relief to have conversation once again. Don’t know what went wrong but everything’s fine now. 🙂

      I know, I did mention in the starting reviews that the Pakistani newly wedded couple gets everything from the whole family BUT privacy & I think Zara is over-doing her ‘nazuk dosheezah pan’ where she is just always ignoring Aunn & finding ways to run away from him. At one hand she is just soooooo wise to handle every single member according to their caliber but on the other she is just not coming terms with the fact that Aunn is her husband & needs her attention. Hope things get better & thanks a lot for loving the Punjabi. I just can’t ignore how much I am loving Daadi’s punjabi. 😀 hehehe!

  • Amna Salam

    Yipee… missed commenting on the serials.. lol

    I can’t seem to understand what magic Zara had done.. I agree with Aunn about her being a “jadoo garni”.. She just sits and talks.. nothing else.. And i think if thats the reason that she is baove Aunn then thats a lame one.. If the family starts to again come back to their “pyaar” thingie for Aunn, I guess he would repay the favour back too..

    Loving Nighat’s and Jamshed’s track.. Another thing i can’t get.. Husna and Dadi didn’t learn a single thing from the Aunn incident.. I mean at first Husna was like “Nighat iteraf karai”, but then just on Zara’s words she convinced herself.. Couldn’t she ask Nighat herself..This family certainly has something wrong with it.. (Though that’s what makes the drama so likeable :P)

    Looking forward..

    • Zahra Mirza

      Thank you so much Amna for your comment. Well Zara is above Aunn in terms of understanding & the care she extends to her in laws. Usually it’s the guy who has to maintain a balance & show wife how to treat his family because girls tend to lack the compassion at the beginning of their wedding but here everything is the opposite where Zara corrects Aunn for being rude (all the time) with his family members. This is the reason why she has made her special place in their hearts because Aunn was showered with so much love but he didn’t care to return it to any one of them whereas Zara, who just in no time treated everyone in a way which they never expected. 🙂 Hence, the comparison & that too a reasonable one. 🙂

      Well if people of this family started asking questions right away to the person concerned then it would’nt be Aunn Zara for us. So, I believe we should let them sort things out their way & we should just go with the flow. HEHE!

      • Amna Salam

        Well, I agree with you that Zara has a plus point.. But if it wouldn’t have been for Aunn, then the family wouldn’t have got Zara in the first place, lol!! I guess they should give Aunn some space.. and privacy of course.. And all Aunn fans can assure them that he would return the favor back.. 🙂

        Sad thing.. Only 7 episodes left.. where did the time go??? 🙁

        • Zahra Mirza

          Ahhh don’t talk about the ending pleaseeee. 🙁

  • Amna Salam

    Oh, and can somebody please translate the punjabi to urdu?? So i can watch the episode again and understand what actually her beloved Dadi is saying.. Thanks in advance

    • Zahra Mirza

      Accha, what dialogues do you want me to translate? Pin point some for me & I’ll do it for you. HHEHEHE!
      Note: It kills the essence of the Punjabi joke when it is translated into Urdu or English…..;)

      • Amna Salam

        I guess that husna and dadi convo comes first.. and then the dining table scene.. I seem to understand what she means when there are on or two dialogues.. But can’t understand her full length “dants!”.A-plus should add subtitles..

        Ya I know, thats why first in Punjabi then watch it again when knowing the urdu

        • Zahra Mirza

          Haha will do for the next episode, for you especially. 😉

          • Amna Salam

            Thanks a million!!

  • Anwar.suhail

    Lovely episode and very nice review, thanks.
    Pleasant enjoyable episode as always.
    Daadi was brilliant specially at dining table scene.
    I have my sympathies with poor Aunn, he is trying his best.
    Can some one drum some sense into Zara’s soft head!

    • Zahra Mirza

      Thank you so much Anwar Suhail for your say. I know, I think Zara is taking a bit too far in ignoring Aunn. She should come to terms with their relation & it’s intricacy.