It’s essential to deliver what you promise. The promos of ‘Shahrukh ki Saaliyan’ aired last year in Ramadan that promised a wacko theme and unlimited laughter. As the sitcom started, we realized that Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi yet again delivered a project that was pretty serious about human emotions, at the same time, offering wholesome comic entertainment. Without throwing logic to the winds, without taxing our brains, and employing every trick in the book of rules to woo the viewers, 7th Sky Entertainment churned out a lovable sitcom that was enjoyable in every aspect.
It follows the story of a guy who can’t marry his love interest because she is the youngest sibling and cannot get married until her sisters find a suitable match.
The sitcom wrapped up with a finale that left us in awe of it. The last episode tied the loose ends together, finally giving Shahrukh (Ahsan Khan) and Anoushey (Ramsha Khan) the ticket to their wedding. Setup at a wedding banquet Nighar (Namra Shahid) refuses to marry Abbas-Mustan (Azfar Ali) and runs away to the airport to meet the love of her life Abu Bakr (Syed Arez Khan). Micky (Faiza Ali) expresses her passion for Glucose (Raza Zaidi). The significant havoc is created when multiple brides come to marry Shahrukh; an angry Anoushey takes the plunge and threatens to kill Shahrukh; they run; say Qabool Hai, and finally live happily ever after.