Mujhe Khuda Pe Yakeen Hai – Episode 03.

Sadly not much of a progress this week as well. Even though I am still interested in the drama but really want the story to move forward. Fortunately, there weren’t such repetitions in the dialogues this time but a fact again was established that Narmeen’s a negative person & everyone else is good.

Areeba’s probing was moved to another level where she thinks it’s her duty to poke & provoke Arham. All this while, I thought to myself that why isn’t anyone paying a heed to her growing interest in Arham but thank God, his mother spoke about it to her husband. She understood the interest Areeba is showing in him which for sure is a notch higher than the others. His family is laid back in his matter but Areeba seems too keen. Narmeen has gotten hold of Areeba’s feelings therefore she is openly taunting her about the situation.

It was kind of odd that given the history Narmeen has shared with Arham, she was a bit too eager to make his room for him without even been scared of being judged. Obviously, anyone would judge her for her level of utmost interest that she is showing towards him. If she wants to take responsibility like she mentioned in front of Shahiq, then she could’ve started off with any other thing in the house, but why Arham’s room to begin with?

I hope it’s not the case in this drama where they keep on procrastinating the main issue & reveal it by the end of the last episode? I hope they finally start revealing what actually happened & what changed his life. Arham’s sudden outbursts are getting really annoying & Areeba’s saint-mode-on tactics aren’t appeasing to see either. She just looks like someone curious who doesn’t know how to mind her own world.

During this episode, there was a little discussion done on Arham & his religious side, where it was revealed that Shakeel actually supported him in his choices of life whereas mother didn’t approve of such devotion which he had. But it’s sad that the support has flipped for Arham, where his father is against him but mother still believes that what she saw wasn’t a complete reality.

I think the viewers are done with making guesses & actually want to know what happened. Even though the cast is so strong & the plot is amazing too but we want to know which thunderbolt hit the happy family as I am sort of tired using my brains in trying to put the pieces of puzzles together.

Keep Supporting,
Cheers,
Zahra Mirza.

  • FatimaAwan

    Zahra you know the best thing about your reviews is that they always come straight from the heart – very original indeed. Keep it up girl:) lol @ Areeba moving to the next level. I didn’t get a chance to watch this entire episode but I watched the last two and I agree with your last episode’s review that Areeba’s constant questioning was extremely annoying! Momal Sheikh is acting so badly in this one; I think this play was shot before MUU and Kadurat because she has given me nothing to complaint about in Kadurat. or maybe her constant painful expressions go well with her character in Kadurat. For me Ahsan Khan is the star of this show, I think he is doing very well. I do not like Meekaal in this one at all, he should stop playing the husband with zero personality. Ayesha Khan looks very pretty, it is almost as if she has stopped aging. Her character reminds me of Danees a lot. She emotes very well but I definitely liked her better in Bari apa, where she played the bechari – she is good at that;) Uff Shakeel sahib please dye your hair in a nice decent color and what’s with the colorful beard! i can’t seem to take his character seriously because of all the colors that surround his face. I do not mind that the mystery is being unveiled gradually; keeps us guessing. I think it is getting to you because you are really into the show, I just watch it for fun. Despite of the minor glitches here and there, I think that this one is the best amongst the three plays that have recently gone on air. Love Hum TV’s picture quality and production values – kya baat hai!

    • saba 108

      xactly Fatima aalllaa pic quality as compared to geo :-)

      I like ur review zahra bt drama is nt going so well as xpctd as cast is so strong they should give more rather wat they doing, areeba is such a dheet girl means itni insult k baad b she does same again and again ufff i thnk i will end up with this drama if not much revealed in nxt episode :-(

      • Zahra Mirza

        Thank you so much Saba. :) I appreciate your feedback & thoughts & waqay hi Areeba k baray mai aksar mere zehan mai bhi yehi lafz ata hai ‘DHEET’ hhehehehe!

      • FatimaAwan

        Bilkul, the colors just light up your screen. lol @ dheet girl! I think all the loyal followers of the show feel the same way – I hope for your sake that the mystery is revealed soon:)

    • Zahra Mirza

      Heheheheh Lols @ Fatima. Thank you so much but yeah, I mean trust me I can go way too deep in dissecting their personalities but I keep myself in limit because you know how far do our reviews go. LOL!

      Trust me I loved Ayesha Khan in Bari Appa but here she looks….weird. I mean she should’ve acted according to her age & martial status in the drama but I feel she is working so damn hard to look younger but fails. LAUGHED OUT LOUD at the colors surrounding Shakeel Sahab’s face…hahahah! Trust me it was Amitabh Bachchan’s SALT & PEPPER look as he said with black hair & white beard or vice versa so our Pakistanis are now keeping up with his trend which he himself forgot ages ago.

      Every character has a funny feel & yeah I dislike Mikaal even as an actor because I am done with his ‘stuck up’ face & expressions. He really needs to work more on his character choices because he seems sooooo boring now. Hope the drama works well & yeah Ahsan Khan has done justice to his character. He is the star for me.

      ps: A Jordanian sister in law of my sis found Ahsan Khan sooo handsome, she was in an awe of him while watching the show. LOL!

      • FatimaAwan

        lol, Yes a lot of girls think that Ahsan Khan is very handsome; honestly speaking he is not my favorite but I like him in this show and really liked him in BK too. That thought about someone trying to copy Amitabh’s look never crossed my head – maybe because it was so 2000 and late and I never liked it on him either. I think it is better to age gracefully than to experiment with ones look at this age.

        • Zahra Mirza

          Yeah Fatima, I am not a fan of many actors out there myself but I found Ahsan Khan really decent & presentable in Bilqees Kaur as well. He did his job nicely & even this time he looks great.

          Not a fan of Amitabh Bachchan as well but yeah he has been an inspiration for many out there & it can be seen in many Pakistani actors. There’s this one uncle, mostly he does the side roles, even he has copied the salt & pepper look lol. We always say that when we look at him & now Shakeel uncle as well. heheh!

          Yeah even I feel it’s important to age according to the age rather than following the trend that prevails.

  • Mariam Shafiq

    Hey Zahra! Nice review. I finally saw the first 2 episodes, will try to catch up with the 3rd one soon. It takes me ages to catch up with shows! Lol!
    I am loving Ayesha in the negative role. Momal is just perfect for her role. Ahsan tends to overact a bit. I pity Mekaal’s character, how can he stand someone like Narmeen!

    Overall, its a good show. :)

    • Zahra Mirza

      Thanks a lot Mariam. Hehe I can imagine but chalo nevermind,
      I feel a bit of a better direction could’ve refined the characters more in terms of acting. Even though Ayesha Khan is breaking the monotony of being bechari all the time, I still feel there’s something lacking in her acting, I guess it is the fault of the direction for me. Everyone else is doing great except Mikaal Zulfikaar.

  • Silver Eyes

    Drama is too slow i guess…atleast for me …. ! Wana watch it just to know what exactly narmeen did with arham otherwise there isnt any interesting thing in drama which makes one to stick to it…

    • Zahra Mirza

      I know, I think they have taken their sweet time in establishing the plot nicely, now it’s time to move on!