Originally posted by Rockerchic
She went after the shooter. She actually tacked him! How awesome is that?
I'm completely and utterly in love with this character.
For me the characterization of the female lead is most important. And Zoya is a strong character.
She is loud, obnoxious and oh- so- flawed. Her character is sketched out brilliantly! Her heart is always in the right place.
This was especially seen when she saved Mariyum. The message here is clear - only women should stand up for other women. As a woman she understood the pain and horror of having your body used in such a cruel way.
Gul one social message sent well.
She is a perfect example of a modern woman. Not by the way she dresses but her attitude.
She questions Asad' s chauvinistic ways and does things her way.
She can defend herself.
She speaks her mind.
She can't be subdued or forced to do something she doesn't want to do.
She believes being a woman doesn't restrict her in any way.
I love Zoya because she's normal.
Also she has perfect hair.
yup its very brave of her to go after the attacker than just wail and cry on her Phoophi.
and she was the one who said to call an ambulance.
she definitely speaks up her mind and doesnt bother with the consequences.
she helped n tried to save maryam, but it could have been a bit more sensible that she would have brought some legal official help. after all she must know all type of women shelter thing. but she is shown as a normal girl, brave one moment bt scared too the very next moment k kahin mere iss faisle se kch garbar na ho jaye. she is always type of confused, bt she always chooses her heart over her mind.
i hope to see more development in her character, she should be a strong sensible woman rather than a typical "raita phailao" type