Posted: 15 December 2011 at 2:50pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by make-believe
This user on YT is uploading the repeats in good quality, but episode one and six are missing: http://www.youtube.com/user/2imtoo#g/u
There's no good quality download available anywhere...but you'll find good quality uploads on YT here and there thanks to the repeats now fortunately if that's any help.
Thanks Fatima! That helps a lot.
I've been wanting to watch this show since forever, lol.
@ Howzzat - LOL, I'm really sorry about that. Main ne aap sab ke responses padh liye the. Bas jawab dene ke maamle mein I kept procrastinating owing to my busy schedule and lazy attitude - as embarrassing as that sounds. :P Then the discussion got buried as the page count increased. So I gave up altogether. But I'll be more prompt henceforth. :-)
@ Usman - Thanks for the info! So that's how UA justified the ending. I won't say I completely agree with her point of view but I can see where she's coming from.
Personally I don't think a happy ending would've conveyed the message that selling your soul is the ideal thing to do. Yes, Zainab became a glorified prostitute of sorts and she put her loved ones through a lot of misery in the process but then several characters have done far worse on UA's shows and gotten away with it. I'm sure the audience would have gotten her message without the ending turning out to be the way it did. The way I saw it, Zainab wasn't really left with a choice. The man that she loved shunned her because of a minor misconception and also because he was money-hungry. Next, her community started to paint her as a s**t for no fault of hers. Since she was disgraced anyway, she figured she might as well tread down that path to make money. Poverty was why all her woes started in the first place. That said, excessive greed brought her down. She deserved what happened to her on some level - but death by suicide was a little too much. But I guess the writer knows best.