Mirat-ul-Uroos Episode 27 – Review

This latest episode had nothing new to offer and I think that it is about time that Mirat-ul-Uroos came to an end! The dialogues and the happenings are getting very repetitive and there isn’t much to look forward to. The story picked up momentum in the previous few episodes but now we are at a standstill. I think the viewers know very well now that Ayza is fazool kharch so there is no point in repeating it over and over again since they have touched upon all the different aspects of her fazool kharch nature.

Faraan decided to take a stand against the engagement function and his reaction was not taken well by anyone. Even his father thought that there was nothing wrong with the idea of having a function but Faraan rightly believes that one thing leads to another so it was better that there was no confusion regarding his opinion on the issue. Akbari retaliated by leaving Nasir’s house and moving in with Ayza – I am waiting to find out how Hammad will react to this decision. Ayza is expecting again and making the most of it! Hammad’s conversation with his parents about him not being able to give kharcha and his father’s reaction had to be the best part of the episode. Indeed, some things cannot be bought with money!

Ayza and Akbari like always were on the same page as far as the engagement celebrations were concerned and Ayza even had the guts to talk to Ayza about the issue. I really liked the way Aima told Ayza off in a very apt way, she was right; surely Ayza should not be worried about keeping ties with family and all since she has done everything in her power to keep Hammad away from his own family. Hammad is not a child of course and he is just as much at fault as is Ayza. If he cannot understand what his parents are going through because of his selfish attitude then it would be wrong to expect Ayza to look out for his parents. Hammad does not agree with anything Ayza has to say but he still does not have the guts to stand up to her and not just that, he also follows his lead like he doesn’t have a mind of his own.

Faraan should get engaged and finally married to Hamna now; they will actually make a good match since they think on the same lines. When and how that is going to happen, I am waiting to find out and also I am wondering if Amna will be comfortable with the idea. She did say to Aima that she did not want her son to get married to a girl who was divorced. Aima’s biggest concern right now is to get her son in a good school and Askari believes that he shouldn’t necessarily go to a big school. Aima did not disagree with her but it seemed like she wanted to put him in a good school. I hope this “issue” is not dragged further like the car! This was the 27th episode and I have started wondering now, how many more to go? Did you watch this episode? Do you think it is time to wrap things up. Why are our dramas stretched unnecessarily? Doesn’t anyone out there care about what the viewers want?

Fatima Awan

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  • hamnah

    well I think that there's a bit repetition & the editing team should work hard but other than this, MU has a lot to offer! 🙂 the dialogues are so worth listening & some scenes are so realistic that I was instantly reminded of some issues in my & relative's houses 🙂

  • Aish

    nice review as always
    about this episode i would say that the most annoying thing for me is the attitude of hammad's parents towards him. they should either forgive him or stop talking to him at all and let time teach him a lesson. i do not understand he point of complaining again and again and at the end of complaints rather 'taanay-bazi' they say tum khush raho beta. what is it? according to me they should forgive him so that he realizes his mistake. by bringing up all these shikwaas they appear to be greedy in hammad's eyes and thus that little bit of guilt that he starts to develop vanishes away whenever he encounters his family. also i do not understand when family is self sufficient and every member has very high self respect otherwise, then why on earth they keep portraying themselves miserable in front of hammad?
    u r right its high time this drama shall reach its end. i personally think that concluding a serial just when the audiences get addicted to it, makes it a good memory for them and they feel like watching it again and again. dragging a serial so much before end that it's ratings decrease and people start saying 'yaar jaan b choro ab' is the most horrible thing you could do with a project in which you have invested your time, energy, efforts and money. whats the point of doing this, i do not understand.
    tha best dialogue was that of akbari 'maa'n hona to gunah hai is dunia me' this dialogue was so relateable with real life. many old age mothers spent last years of their lives resolving conflicts of their adult children over petty issues. i req;;y liked this dialogue and its context.

  • Zahra Mirza

    Well I must say I have an issue with the time they have shown. When Faran got engaged, Aima's son Hadi was just a toddler & now when he breaks his engagement Hadi is ready to go to school. Similarly, when in the last episode Ayza celebrated her son's b'day, she mentioned that it's the first time she is celebrating, which sounds odd because he wasn't 1 year old & it's always the very first b'day that is celebrated at such a level. Anyhow, Ayza's son looked all grown up but in this episode Aima mentioned that Ayza is paying 10K for Fahad's pre-school. I wonder when Fahad is still in the pre-school how come Hadi reached an age when he's ready to go to the school? Ayza's son is older to Aima's & now they both were discussing about his 15K fee package of Fahad so they should'nt've shown that Hadi is about to start the school too. It gives a lot of confusion.

    As far as stretching of a drama is concerned, I agree. But it would've been perfect if it aired twice a week, I am sure it would'nt've looked so dragged because they have kept the pace of the drama slow so for that reason when we see a stagnat episode with not much progress we tend to get antsy.

    I find it funny too that everytime we see Hammad & Ayza arguing at their difference of opinion but the very next moment Hammad looks like a stooge who is dancing at the moved taught by Ayza. It's getting annoying & I really want to see Hammad going through some rough patch & want to see Aima & Hashim leading a peaceful life.

  • Zahra Mirza

    Well I must say I have an issue with the time they have shown. When Faran got engaged, Aima's son Hadi was just a toddler & now when he breaks his engagement Hadi is ready to go to school. Similarly, when in the last episode Ayza celebrated her son's b'day, she mentioned that it's the first time she is celebrating, which sounds odd because he wasn't 1 year old & it's always the very first b'day that is celebrated at such a level. Anyhow, Ayza's son looked all grown up but in this episode Aima mentioned that Ayza is paying 10K for Fahad's pre-school. I wonder when Fahad is still in the pre-school how come Hadi reached an age when he's ready to go to the school? Ayza's son is older to Aima's & now they both were discussing about his 15K fee package of Fahad so they should'nt've shown that Hadi is about to start the school too. It gives a lot of confusion.

  • momal

    very good script!!!
    our media can bring a change for good!!
    excellent drama!!

    good job HUM TV!!