Kashf Episode 6 Story Review – Allocation of Responsibilities

Ohkay so, this episode focused on how the responsibilities were being allocated to Kashf & she wasn’t surprised, or was she because she had seen it all & her father did not disappoint her. This entire episode yet again highlighted how Kashf was a dutiful daughter who couldn’t imagine going against her family because her dreams had already indicated that this is what her fate was going to be, she was just going with the flow.

Another Dream, Another Reality

Ashi Pupho’s character definitely has to be the strongest of the females of the family. She is not only opinionated but is someone who doesn’t mind taking charge of the situation, despite knowing that there’s not much that she can do. Ashi tries to rectify the situation but unfortunately, in the end Imtiyaz continues to be the decision maker who has assigned this duty to himself.

The episode began with an aged man coming to see Kashf for marriage with his daughter. This was something absolutely shocking for the entire family, however Kashf had this satisfaction because she knew Imtiyaz would call it off. The entire sequence where no one could decipher what Kashf was trying to say about her dream was phenomenal because it actually showed how she is on a different level & that even those who love her will find it difficult to understand her. My favorite moment of this entire episode was when Imtiyaz sent the suitor away & then Kashf turned to look at her father. Was it the first time she was seeing through her father or this did not shock her because this is what she expected from him.

Kashf Episode 6 Story Review - Allocation of Responsibilities

A little more insight was given into Matiullah’s character but before that, the way they have introduced him being an abusive husband to Ashi has established the fact that he is a hypocrite; a two faced person who didn’t mind mistreating his wife but continued to sell religion & his carefully fabricated image in order to make the money. It was clear, for Matiullah, this is a business & now, Kashf was the perfect candidate to expand his business. The person who has informed Matiullah about Kashf was basically planted by him as a spy in Qari Sahab’s madrasa because this way, he would find out what Qari Sahad used to do & what was it in him that attracted more & more people to him. Matiullah proposed a deal to Imtiyaz & because he saw it as a profitable opportunity, he didn’t think twice.

The rest of the sequence which showed how Imtiyaz continued to allot one responsibility after another on Kashf was brilliantly done. It showed that now Imtiyaz was finally going to be his ideal self because he had hit the jackpot, whereas Kashf’s life, her dreams, every fragment of her imagination was falling apart, yet she stayed calm & composed because she knew, this is exactly what was in store for her. This is another reason why she doesn’t find Zoya’s antics & meanness hurtful because she exactly knows the reason why she behaves in such a way!

Kashf Episode 6 Story Review - Allocation of Responsibilities

Wajdan & Ashi have the best interest of Kashf along with her mother but as Wajdan said, only if Kashf will give him an edge, he will do what it takes to make everything right. The conversation that Kashf & Wajdan had was well-written. Although Kashf is not going to go against her father, she knows exactly how she is going to protect herself. She has drawn a line & she will never ever let anyone cross it, at least this was one assurity that she gave to Wajdan.

Brilliant Episode

Hira Mani has always been a very strong performer & I have enjoyed watching her acting since Preet Na Kariyo days & it is commendable that even after doing so many projects, she continues to impress & showcase that she has so much to offer as a performer. Undoubtedly, no one else could’ve done justice to the character of Kashf like Hira Mani has done.

Waseem Abbas was the star of this episode; every minute expression, all the dialogues that he delivered showcased the kind of mentality he as a father & a husband possessed. This sort of flawless performance is already expected from an actor of Waseem Abbas’s stature, however the way he has embraced the character of Imtiyaz showed that he understood its psyche and enjoyed portraying it. The change in his body language after he sealed the deal proposed by Matiullah was so enjoyable to watch because like he said, he already had a clear picture in mind of how his life was going to change after the money would start pouring in; something that he was waiting for all his life. The rest of the actors especially Munazzah Arif & Hajra Khan also continued to impress. Junaid Khan has done a brilliant job as Wajdan.

The direction of this drama is crisp & the editing is flawless. Every scene ends at the right time & every frame completes a picture in a perfect manner. Kashf is continuing to be an impressive drama, let’s see how it goes. Please share your thoughts about this episode of Kashf.

Keep Supporting,
Zahra Mirza.

Zahra Mirza

Zahra Mirza got associated with Reviewit.pk 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.


  • What an excellent episode and detailed review it is. Simply wow. I loved the way hira mani has acted with so much grace and calmness. She is top notch performer, i must say. The way she said meiney apni zindagi di hai per izzat nahin, this shows that she is mature enough to take her decisions. However, i feel right now she just wants to go and sees how family and other relatives behave with her. I believe with the progress of story she will be in total charge of her life and take decisions on her own. Everyone is performing amazingly. Good to see strong character of phupho who stands by her and wajdan’s unconditional love and support. Very very enjoyable episode. Aapka review bhi episode ki tarah taghra aur dhamaakey daar hai.

    • Thank you so much Waqar. Yes, Hira Mani has been performing brilliantly. She is a gifted actor. I am sure there will come a time in Kashf’s life when she will get to be in charge of her life because she will be at such a position both financially as well as emotionally to be independent. The way she accepted her fate because she knew what was in store for her was heartbreaking. I am really liking Ashi’s character too, she is the only voice of reason in this house.

  • I didn’t watch it at all but your last review made me watch it and boy oh boy! Was i missing on something great? What i liked the most is tying up the loose ends. As a viewer just when i thought that well they should run away and her mother should get the divorce, Ashi came up with the idea but here comes the daadi and she not only defused them but me too. Bingo! Matiullah or Imtiaz aren’t going to leave them alone. They don’t have anywhere to go now. Although Zoya’s antics don’t disturb me much but i want Kashf to come up and tell her everything that she will get what she wants but he won’t be her’s even though she will be his wife. Hira and Waseem Abbas are nailing it along with others. I must say that Waseem Abbas is too good. He is kind of that villain in the dramas whom you don’t hate too much. Be it ZGH, Mera naam Yusuf ha or kashf now. So far i liked that writer tried to be as logical as he could and he didn’t leave any loose ends.
    Absolutely great drama and awesome review

    • Thank you so much Ahsan. So good to know that you decided to give this drama a go. I am sure it is the kind you’re going to enjoy a lot. Yes, it is unfortunate but the ladies of this family have no escape, but I hope life shapes up in such a way where they get to take charge of it without letting these greedy men dominate them for the rest of their lives.

      Waseem Abbas is just perfect as Imtiyaz. I enjoy his performance a lot. Hira Mani is giving the best performance of her career so far. Amazing.

  • Highly underrated.
    Kashf has fresh, unique and interesting plot. Hum tv is definitely producing good content but irony is that people don’t want content.
    Kher heera chupta nhi hai, jinko pehchan ho unse. Kashf is written, directed and performed flawlessly. The way kashf looked at her father was amazing.

    Waiting for next episode.

    Amazing review Zahra!

    • Thank you so much Ali. Yes, this sure is an amazing drama. I am sure it will pick up its popularity slowly exactly how Khaas did. Oh that look of Kashf was my favorite too.

  • I honestly thought that , “An aged man came to see Kashf for marriage with his daughter” meant that he was going to get his daughter and Kashf married and I was like what the-