Finally after a a good amount of time Sherry has at last made his entry in the drama as a grown up. I enjoyed this episode as it seemed to move a bit faster & had something new to offer as well.

Sherry has arrived with a surprise & now Mr. Kamal seems to be a bit more relaxed than usual because now he sees both of his sons independent & well-groomed. But one thing that bothers me is Ansar’s attitude. Sherry is the one who stayed away from his parents but has become a gentleman in literal sense, he’s soft spoken & genteel. Even though he was away from his parents but seems like his Khala did a wonderful job in his upbringing but when I see Ansar, all I see is his conceitedness & arrogance. Does this mean that Mr. & Mrs. Kamal failed as a parent? Because it was Ansar who got to stay with them through out his life & is the eldest son. He also had his parents with him through thick & thin & got everything on a golden platter but why is he acting so strange & weird? Where did he pick all these bad habits from?

Ohkay, Anam firstly claimed that she has nothing to do with Shahzeb but now has taken the whole matter personally. She is furious & so is her mother, who is still forcing her to show interest in Shahzeb. I am amazed at Shahzeb’s sister, who happens to be Anam’s best friend. All the friends actually know the nature of other friends but she keeps on calling & giving her bits & pieces about the happenings at her home, which seems a bit amusing. Seems like Anam actually has nothing better to do & has never had any ‘rishta’ before too that’s why she’s taking this Shahzeb episode way too seriously.

I couldn’t quiet understand what was the reaction of Ansar’s colleague Seema when she found out about his wedding & why did she talk against it? I think they need to clarify this matter in the upcoming episodes because it can’t be left unnoticed. Anam seems to have impressed Sherry a lot that too in their first meeting but while watching that scene I couldn’t help but wonder how easily appearances can deceive  Anam at the very first impression may seem like a confident & refined young lady but actually has a lot of weaknesses. I think Sherry & Anam are going to have a lot more than just a friendship but it wouldn’t be appreciated much, obviously because of Anam.

Finally, Sherry’s arrival wasn’t as bad in regards to Zoya. He actually started reminiscing & remembered a few parts of his childhood & the major part was Zoya. At first when he talked to his father about who their driver was, seemed like an unnecessary fix because all this while when he was away we heard his mother often talk to him on phone about Bashir Driver in many ways, but when he asked his father about him I felt like ‘c’mon not again’. But finally after seeing his school he recollected all the memories associated to his childhood & Zoya, which I feel was something natural & exactly how it should have been dealt.

Ansar has now clearly talked to Zoya about how he feels & what sort of attention he looks forward to from Zoya. I feel Zoya has always been really close to her father, so why is she hiding about Ansar from him? She was the one who straight away rejected the proposal of her cousin in front of her father & has been upfront about everything but why is she hesitating in telling him now?

Zoya has had many guys who have shown interest in her but it is clearly seen that it’s Sherry who Zoya actually likes. Their first meeting after ages was a bit dramatic & filmy but it was good to see that they both have introduced themselves. At least they didn’t drag this matter to the next episode. I guess Sherry will now get cautious & hesitant towards Zoya after seeing the furious reaction of Mr. Kamal.

The preview of next episode is really interesting as well. Anam has openly suggested in front of Sherry’s family that her mother thinks they make a very good couple. It’s going to be really interesting. I see everyone doing a great job & Sherry has to show a bit more in terms of acting. Otherwise, my ratings are 4 stars for this episode.

Keep Supporting,
Cheers,
Zahra Mirza.