Right. So as if Mehru zeroing in on Ameer was not enough, now her father has chimed in too. I did not like how Mehru used Ameer as a pawn in her game against her father. I know we are beginning to get a bit annoyed by Ameer’s bechargi but that is how he is and obviously it seems he is going to snap out of it at some point but it did not happen in these two episodes.
While Mareena and Hamza’s track seems to continue on its chaotic tone, I wonder if Maryam moving in to Mehru’s house will help Mehru discover any feelings she may have for Ameer? I have to say I am quite impressed by how natural Pari Hashmi’s acting is. Sonia and Ali Abbas were amazing as always except when her boss locks the room door I expected Sonia to do her asthma type acting but the expression on her face seemed a bit uncharacteristic pf her to me. Also, is it me (and I am no maulvi, really!) but don’t Noor Hasan and Iqra’s scenes seem a bit too close for comfort? I just find the scenes where they are sitting and talking and the focus is on their faces a bit awkward. The promo for next week suggests that Mareena takes measures to be rid of her baby whereas nothing seems to be changing on the Mehru-Ameer front. I do not expect Mehru to fall into Ameer’s arms next week but it would be nice to see a few more scenes showing how her feelings are changing for him rather than the same old attitude she has towards him.
Oh and what was with the weird ‘ha ha ha ha’ and ‘hay hay hay’ music that played when Hamza’s mother asks him if he is happy and when Ameer gets told off? The sort of music that plays in those bad shaadi videos when they show scores of close ups of the bride from different angles? Has it been played in the earlier episodes? I only just noticed it in the 13th episode. Strange. Anyways, what did you all think of these episodes? Would love to hear your thoughts.
I would just like to mention here that this is the last of my weekly reviews on Kisay Chahoon and the other dramas I was reviewing – Judai, Mera Yaar Miladay and Bhai. I am finding it a bit difficult to manage my time writing along with managing home, the kids etc. I really enjoyed writing the reviews though and am truly grateful for all the lovely comments of appreciation I received on them. So, thank you all and take care hainji!