Public Reaction On Second Last Episode Of Mere Paas Tum Ho

The star-studded drama serial Mere Paas Tum Ho is taking the internet by storm with its exceptional dialogues, script, acting and directing.

Public Reaction On Second Last Episode Of Mere Paas Tum HoYesterday, the second last episode was aired and Mere Paas Tum Ho was top-trending on Twitter. People were eagerly waiting for the Danish’s decision.

Public Reaction On Second Last Episode Of Mere Paas Tum HoPeople are already posting about how much they will miss this drama. After the second last episode was released, the internet is going crazy.

Check out the public reaction on the second last episode of Mere Paas Tum Ho:

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  • Everything from story, dialogue, acting and direction is super excellent but I am surprised how and what we are telling our Muslim society that a wife can get divorce and live with another man for months and then when she fails in her evil and sinful motives all friends are well wishers are working hard to bring her back. Where are our Muslim sharia laws, how can she do this…Islamic marriage and divorce laws have been set for 1400 years and no one can change that….so what are we propagating?????

  • Mehwish should live life alone and happy, y need a man to survive.. Mistake is over move on with pride. We are human and not angels. Show the world life goes on.. With or without you..!!

  • No one is talking about brilliant acting of adnan siddiqui. His expressions of being coward shamefull husband.. Its amazing..

  • Strange comment by Monty’s wife when she says that there are so.many examples of a man remarrying a woman he divorced. Which examples? Understandable that she feels sorry for Mahwish but we all know that a Muslim man cannot remarry a woman he has divorced, until a certain condition is fulfilled. So it’s a rare case. Where have we seen/heard countless examples?

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