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Mushk Last Episode Story Review – Perfect Ending

This last episode of Mushk was well-paced and it focused mainly on Adam and Guddi which was the perfect way to end the drama. Every character got the kind of ending which was truly gratifying and befitting. Imran Ashraf deserves a lot of credit and appreciation for wrapping up different tracks gradually instead of rushing towards an ending in the last episode. Mushk will always be remembered as a drama with the most well-etched-out supporting characters and the most intriguing storyline. Every character came into its own towards the end and there were some surprises even in this last episode. Tonight’s episode was short and to the point which was definitely better than unnecessarily adding filler scenes.

Bright New Dawn

This last episode started off on a grim note but everything that happened in the opening scenes eventually led towards a new beginning, bright new dawn after the longest and darkest night. We watched so many of these characters struggling for all these weeks and tonight all of them reached their destinations. Mehak and Shayyan’s ending was the most promising one since even though watching them helpless for the longest time was annoying, it was good to see Shayyan in control at last! He is a sensitive, educated, and intelligent man who would surely change the system for the better now that he has the finances and the power. Muqaddar Khan’s wife’s scene was also an interesting addition to this episode.

Mushk Last Episode Story Review – Perfect Ending

Adam and Guddi’s track was not stretched needlessly; their happy ending was quick and effortless since they had been through more than their fair share of troubles already. Right till the end Guddi wasn’t sure if she should stay and decided to go back to her mother but in the end, the prayer of a faqeer helped Adam put an end to his lifelong search. Guddi got her family back and she also had the love of the only man she ever loved. Adam was more prim and proper tonight than he was ever before which added to the appeal of this character. With dada out of the way, Mehak could easily start a new life without the fear of repercussions. Although, I am usually not in favor of killing off any character in the end, this time around however I feel that it was a really good decision since this was the only way to ensure that Mehak moved on in life without being punished further.

Mushk Last Episode Story Review – Perfect Ending

Goodbye Mushk

Overall, watching and reviewing Mushk turned out to be an exciting journey. Imran Ashraf did not play it safe while penning down the script for the drama and he succeeded at keeping the element of intrigue alive right till the end. Mushk managed to achieve what Ye Dil Mera couldn’t since Aehsun Talish gave this action thriller the right treatment while giving another impactful performance as Muqaddar Khan. The beautiful OST of Mushk was also used intelligently throughout. Urwa Hocane and Imran Ashraf’s on-screen chemistry coupled with the way their story progressed made this one of the most appealing love stories of recent times. Imran Ashraf’s look for the drama and his performance was outstanding throughout. Adam was a really likable character with some strong personality traits which made his character unforgettable. Guddi had my undivided attention throughout since even though her character had so many shortcomings, it was always logical and enticing. There are few such characters that are as engaging as this one was.

Hassan Ahmed’s outstanding performance as the chota Malik and his screen presence made me wonder why he is not seen on the screen more often. I missed watching Qavi Khan in the last few episodes since his short appearances were always so powerful but I am so glad that he made an appearance in the last episode. Raja Haider got to play a completely different role this time around and he nailed it completely, he has come a long way! His performance also went to show that a quality script and a skillful director can bring out the best in an actor. Manzoor Qureshi and Zara Tareen were perhaps those actors who couldn’t get all their scenes shot due to COVID therefore they were missing from these last two episodes except for the last scene in which dada passed away. Sehar Khan performed exceptionally well even when some of her dialogues were not easy to deliver. Raza Talish was equally convincing as a young man with a troubled past. I also really liked the equation between Imran Ashraf and Areeba Ali Hamdani (Guriya). Sami Khan deserves a special mention here for his solid performance and for being part of the drama right till the end. Sohail Sameer also gave an unforgettable performance even though he was part of the drama for a few weeks only. Although Shayyan and Mehak’s track never appealed to me, I was genuinely pleased to see them together and happy in the end.

Mushk gave us some unforgettable moments, well-defined characters, and meaningful dialogues. In a subtle manner, Mushk also highlighted the importance of consent and the double standards of society. Imran Ashraf’s script was novel and appealing at the same time. I am certain that his next script will even be better therefore I will be looking forward to what he has in store next. I am glad that this drama got the attention it deserved.

I would like to thank all those readers who commented regulalry even though there has been an ongoing issue with the comments section.

Did you watch this last episode of Mushk? Do share your thoughts about it.

Fatima Awan

Fatima Awan has been a part of reviewit right from its inception. She feels very passionately about Pakistani dramas and loves discussing them to detail.
An enthusiastic writer, thinker and a political scientist, constantly trying to look beyond the obvious. Full time mom.

  • Abi daika nahi episode but apka review daik kar pata chal giya k ending perfect thi as i expected
    So which one are you going to review next?
    And mam ap se aik baat ye bi poochni thi k ap kabi lsa ya hum awrds ki jury member bani hai??

  • Thank you for your review. I couldn’t follow your reviews for last few weeks since I contracted covid.
    I loved this drama. Imran Ashraf wrote an amazing script and handled ending well (something experienced writers also mess up with). It was good that all tracks were wrapped well.
    All actors performed well. I particularly liked Gudi and Guria.
    I lived the fact that Roshni and Saqib did not end up together since Saqib had no right to punish that girl by selling her. He could do whatever he wanted to with Chote Malik.
    Taya and Tayi’s part went on to Muqadar Khan and his wife. Now she will take revenge while he is dependent on her. Also, it’s good that he will suffer for remaining of his life.
    I also, like how they shed like on fake saints.
    I knew Adam will have a happy ending since he had recieved many prayers during the course of the drama.

  • Likewise. Will remember this for ages. Rarely do we see something on TV where no episode drags unnecessarily, and every bit adds some value to the story. #Mushk definitely stands as a screaming exception to the “rule” we’ve gotten used to.

  • Assalam o alaikum. Hopefully, you are doing well sister… jee ab aap Pehli si mohabbat ko review karengi ya kisi aur ko??? I am only watching Pehli See Mohabbat .. bus

  • Fatima Ji,

    You have said it all……. A well written review, I enjoyed all your reviews of Mushk. Thank You so much and always grateful.

    I also liked the comments of many of them in this group…..
    they contributed a lot towards giving us a new dimension to the screenplay….. Thank You All…..
    Nice to also see the dedication, determination and discipline shown by the cast and the support team of Mushk in these tough Covid times…..

    And it was also very nice to see Imran Ashraf do something Out of The Box…….. a new attempt towards writing dialogues in a different way……. giving equal importance to the supporting cast…… he is a Powerhouse of Talent……

    Fatima Ji, which is the next drama on your list for review?

    Meanwhile…..
    I liked watching Dil Naumeed Toh Nahin….. the story, screenplay, OST, background music and all the characters and Cast are simply awesome…..

    Raqeeb Se too is different and nice….. Hadiqa Kiani….. she is simply amazing as a actor and the OST sung by her….. Great…..

    Pehli Si Mohabbat has a good screenplay…..

    Yes there is a problem with accessing the comments section….. I am sure team reviewit will resolve this issue soon…..

    Thank You.
    Ketan

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