Alif Allah Aur Insaan Episode 37 Review – Decent Episode!

Ohkay so, it was yet another decent episode of Alif Allah Aur Insaan, but I did find the editing a bit choppy & the acting of most of the actors a bit off but still the fact that things are being wrapped up compensates a great deal for all these weakenesses!

Nazneen obviously has some serious trust issues, even though she went with what her heart told her, she was finding it hard to accept that Taimur was being honest with her. Nazneen’s outburst was basically a depiction of those complexes that she harbored after failing at relationships, especially with Basit because he also loved her but couldn’t be with her, that is why she was having a hard time believing that Taimur was any different!

Taimur finally told his parents after hesitating a bit & as usual the hell broke loose, but then again, his parents should really give up the idea of childhood committment because it is pretty old school of them to expect that Taimur would fulfill their wishes by sacrificing his own!

Rani was now understanding what her mother used to tell her about keeping her dignity intact but now its too late & she can’t really undo her mistakes so all she’s left with are regrets. It is good that she has Shammo by her side but still, I would love to see her reuniting with her mother. Raani’s younger sister was also getting trapped due to her urge of earning more money but her parents found out, thankfully she won’t commit the mistakes that Rani did!

Arsalan’s condition worsened & out of everyone Roshni grew suspicious that it could be Shaheer’s doing. Not sure when this secret will be revealed about Shaheer but I could totally see this coming when I had a feeling that Arsalan might die.

Overall, it was a decent episode. Let’s see if Shahzeb will help Zimmal or not. Please share your thoughts about this episode of Alif Allah Aur Insaan.

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Zahra Mirza.

Zahra Mirza

Zahra Mirza got associated with in 2012. After moving to Australia, Pakistani content was a way of staying connected to the roots, language & Pakistani culture because it felt home. Eight years ago, review writing began as a hobby but has now turned into a passion.

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