Khuda Aur Mohabbat 3 Episode 36 Story Review – Sikandar’s Decision

Ohkay so, this was yet another slowest episode of Khuda Aur Mohabbat 3. Although I know that the next episode might cover the biggest tragedy for those who have loved Farhad’s character, I was honestly more excited seeing the promo because it promised some drama & probably the wrapping up of the story. This drama has been stretched beyond the point now & it is still unfortunate that the characters still seem so superficial, lacking any depth or dimension that would’ve made them relatable.

Sikandar & Jageerdarni’s Decisions

In this episode, the only good thing was Sikandar & Romana’s reunion. Jageerdarni was not only touched by the love Farhad has for Mahi, but she was also quite impressed with the kind of love Romana had for Sikandar. More than that, Jageerdarni appreciated the way Romana changed her perspective towards Mahi & Farhad’s relationship, therefore she gets all the credit for it.

I must say Sikandar ended up looking like a chicken when right in front of him, Nazim insulted his mother & he chose to stay quiet? Sikandar should’ve known that it was Mahi’s family who needed his support in the elections, therefore they were indebted to him & he didn’t owe them anything. The least he could’ve done is told Nazim off for his rude behavior with Jageerdarni, but instead, he chose to seek their forgiveness for refusing to get married to Mahi. That entire scene didn’t have to be so mellow because this was the only chance Sikandar got to show his real human emotions of anger, agitation & irritation. It would’ve made a lot more sense if Sikandar had let Nazim know that while respecting Mahi’s feelings for Farhad, his poor behavior was another reason why he was backing off this proposal. It would’ve served as an eye-opener for Nazim at least?

Khuda Aur Mohabbat 3 Episode 36 Story Review - Sikandar's Decision

Jageerdarni & Farhad’s interaction was nice but it was so slow to the point that I actually didn’t have the attention span left for it. Farhad should be happy that he has yet another member who has joined his fandom, without him doing anything. Although it is obvious that Farhad is not going to survive, I really find the entire scenario of Nazim ordering for his killing convincing. To date, no one knew who Farhad was or what he wanted ever since he left Mahi’s haveli. It was only because of Nazim’s itch that he ended up discovering about it, so for him to be so convinced about ending Farhad’s life is uncalled for. I am not a fan of Farhad’s character, but for him to get killed only because a goon like Nazim wants it doesn’t sit well with me.

Interesting Promo

This episode of Khuda Aur Mohabbat 3 was actually quite slow. I am glad we’re getting closer to the showdown. I think only after stabbing Farhad, Dilawar will realize who it was that he has killed. In the promo, Farhad’s conversation with W&D Dervish also suggests the time of his death is approaching. Let’s see what happens. Please share your thoughts about this episode of Khuda Aur Mohabbat 3.

Keep Supporting,
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.

  • Nice review Zahra. This show is really testing the patience of viewers. I dont see the ending even yet. I think there would be a “snow white” situation where Dilawara saves Farhad afterwards, and then Farhad leaves the Mazaar and sits somewhere else :D But you could also be right, maybe the ending might be near for a story with a wafer thin plot.

    P.S: Stalking and obsessiveness isn’t spirtuality.

  • I found Farhad and Jageerdarni’s scene to be very superficial. On what basis did she call him a “heera” and warranted the rest of the compliments? Pretty sure she doesn’t know his name.

    Sikkandar Sai is literally the worst depiction of a wadera/jageerdar. Spineless when it comes to fighting for love AND standing up for his mother.

    This whole nazim shah must-kill-farhad plot is nonsense. Neither Farhad nor Mahi are rebelling for their union. They were both A-Okay to let each other go.

    36 episodes aired and I still can’t figure out the “Khuda” element in this sequel.Hopefully, this ends next week, can’t take any more long flashbacks.

    Thanks for the review Zahra


    • Lol.. Funny reviews guy..

      Romana and Sikander was inevitable,

      Farhad will achieve “Union”, or Wasl, the death however doesn’t have to be physical..

      The hadith is “die before you die”, hence you see the Almighty before physical death when it’s too late.. So will be interesting how the drama plays it out..

      But…Sikander Mum did make a Dua for Mahi and Farhad to be together and the veils are reduced when one is sad and in front of the shrine.. So could be another episode! But she has also realised her lower self was stopping her from Sikander marrying Romana, so he has achieved “enlightenment” before Farhad thus the prayer!

      But carry on with he great reviews.. Good sense of humour.. Lol

  • If Drama makers wouldn’t have entitled it as Khuda aur Mohabbat… Than it should be entitled as Abdullah…. As this season has quite resemblance to Hashim Nadeem’s famous Novel Abdullah…. Abdullah Novel has theme similar to Khuda aur Mohabbat so both tittles can be used interchangeably that doesn’t matters…. As this season reflects Sufism and Spirituality… While previous 2 seasons based on conflict of love and religion…. What makes this season relatively less convincing is the unnecessary drag and sluggish Direction… I agree with you that Director fails to capture the essence of story and theme… Especially He focused least on Farhads character development with perspective of Sufism and Spirituality… Story is good but it’s not told in the optimal way… !!

    • Yes, I truly believe the director was so focused putting the big budget to good use that he forgot to work on the essence of the story or even characters for that matter. It is so unfortunate that even at this stage of the drama, you fail to feel for both Farhad & Mahi.

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