Aunn Zara – Last Episode! :/

Finally the moment that we all dreaded was here & we had to see the last episode of Aunn Zara. Of all the dramas that I have reviewed, I have enjoyed this one the most because I myself am a fan of this drama. Things winded up perfectly but it did leave me feeling that it ended up way too quickly. Thursday’s are going to be empty from now on.

I loved how Jamshed brought up the conversation of him being alone & Nighat for the first time had no considerable answer. She ran out of words before too when Jamshed rejected her on her face in front of the whole family but this time he once again caught her off-guard with the sudden proposal, which left our Nigho speechless. I thought that Jamshed would ask Zara for it but to make things a bit more perfect, he did the honours himself.

It was just so natural that Husna & Daadi didn’t quite understand when Nighat herself testified in front of them about Aunn being the culprit because none of them thought of their ladla being the (excuse my words) kamina. Loved how they continued to complain about Zara but Aunn tried to twist their words once again just to show that he ain’t going to care for her any more, which was his way of dusting off the grudges.

There were a few very nicely done moments, one of them was Zara-Jamshed’s conversation, he looked adorable when he sheepishly told her of the proposal he had extended to Nighat, the other one was seeing them all re-unite & how the elders showed their wisdom was commendable by ignoring Zara’s try of exposing Aunn then & there. At first I did find it unfair because I was expecting wawela from Daadi & Husna’s salees Urdu ke tanay but Nighat & Zara’s conversation afterwards made things perfect because it was another good reality check for Aunn to know how much Daadi & Husna cared for him & didn’t want to make things awkward for already-awkward Aunn but personally I do think he got away with his kartoot way too easily. 😉

Ohkay, I must say, I loved the way Jamshed looked at Ansa Nighat Parveen & what’s more cute was how she left the biggest chunk of laddu & settled on a smaller piece of mithai, t’was enough of a clear notification of her consciousness & her flourishing feelings which she had for her husband-to-be. Finally, Jamshed’s Mohtarmma & Nighat’s Kharoos are going to be together. I know things would’ve become too explanatory but I did expect to see them together like may be a small ceremony or just both of them happily ever after!

I missed Daadi a bit in this episode but it was justified because there were a lot of other aspects which had to be covered & especially Aunn had to be exposed. Accha, who would’ve thought that Aunn will ever stand up for his family? I think the whole Father thing had a perfect closure & the way Daadi supported Aunn & encouraged Husna to see the brighter side was brilliant. Finally, Aunn accha wala bacha ban hi gaya. 🙂

Lastly, a shout out to the whole team – from writer to the director to the actors & every single person involved, THANK YOU all for giving us a masterpiece with the name of Aunn Zara. Hope to see another venture of all of you together & special thanks to Osman Khalid Butt for making Aunn our special ladla. 😀

& special thanks to all the regular readers & supporters,
Keep Supporting,
Cheers,
Zahra Mirza.

  • Asma D

    Enjoyable play and perfect ending πŸ™‚

  • Guest

    Enjoyable show but you forgot to mention one part that I loved in the whole show! When Aunn stood up to his father was commendable! Last I am going to miss this show πŸ™

  • Mona

    Wonderful review to a wonderful , pleasant ending. Thanks. Reading your reviews was as enjoyable as the drama itself.
    The beauty of the serial is in the simple yet powerful screeplay, humourous dialogues, perfect direction, good acting & amazing chemistry of the entire cast. Everything came together in this serial to make it a MUST WATCH.
    The best part is that it finished in 19 episodes & they did not drag it for 20 plus weeks.
    Other TV channels & Production houses should consider making more serials like AZ, where it shows love & understanding between a family & strong, feisty women.
    I shall miss AZ alot, & Thursdays wont be same anymore.

Aunn Zara – Last Episode! :/

Finally the moment that we all dreaded was here & we had to see the last episode of Aunn Zara. Of all the dramas that I have reviewed, I have enjoyed this one the most because I myself am a fan of this drama. Things winded up perfectly but it did leave me feeling that it ended up way too quickly. Thursday’s are going to be empty from now on.

I loved how Jamshed brought up the conversation of him being alone & Nighat for the first time had no considerable answer. She ran out of words before too when Jamshed rejected her on her face in front of the whole family but this time he once again caught her off-guard with the sudden proposal, which left our Nigho speechless. I thought that Jamshed would ask Zara for it but to make things a bit more perfect, he did the honours himself.

It was just so natural that Husna & Daadi didn’t quite understand when Nighat herself testified in front of them about Aunn being the culprit because none of them thought of their ladla being the actual (excuse my words) kamina. Loved how they continued to complain about Zara but Aunn tried to twist their words once again just to show that he ain’t going to care for her any more, which was his way of dusting off the grudges.

There were a few very nicely done moments, one of them was Zara-Jamshed’s conversation, he looked adorable when he sheepishly told her of the proposal he had extended to Nighat, the other one was seeing them all re-unite & how the elders showed their wisdom was commendable by ignoring Zara’s try of exposing Aunn then & there. At first I did find it unfair because I was expecting wawela from Daadi & Husna’s salees Urdu ke tanay but Nighat & Zara’s conversation afterwards made things perfect because it was another good reality check for Aunn to know how much Daadi & Husna cared for him & didn’t want to make things awkward for already-awkward Aunn but personally I do think he got away with his kartoot way too easily. 😉

Ohkay, I must say, I loved the way Jamshed looked at Ansa Nighat Parveen & what’s more cute was how she left the biggest chunk of laddu & settled on a smaller piece of mithai, t’was enough of a clear notification of her consciousness & her flourishing feelings which she had for her husband-to-be. Finally, Jamshed’s Mohtarmma & Nighat’s Kharoos are going to be together. I know things would’ve become too explanatory but I did expect to see them together like may be a small ceremony or just both of them happily ever after!

I missed Daadi a bit in this episode but it was justified because there were a lot of other aspects which had to be covered & especially Aunn had to be exposed. Accha, who would’ve thought that Aunn will ever stand up for his family? I think the whole Father thing had a perfect closure & the way Daadi supported Aunn & encouraged Husna to see the brighter side was brilliant. Finally, Aunn accha wala bacha ban hi gaya. 🙂

Lastly, a shout out to the whole team – from writer to the director to the actors & every single person involved, THANK YOU all for giving us a masterpiece with the name of Aunn Zara. Hope to see another venture of all of you together & special thanks to Osman Khalid Butt for making Aunn our special ladla. 😀

Cheers,
Zahra Mirza.