Posted: 27 August 2015 at 6:03pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by ABBY_JERAN
Originally posted by starstruckk
Wow, I don't know what to say. Is it just me, or did anyone else want to slap someone in the episode as they were watching it? I was honestly so disappointed with today's episode. I don't even know where to begin with my rant lol.
The person who takes the cake is that psychiatrist. Seriously, what the hell? Your job is to HELP people get over their miseries...and you're only discouraging the person further to stay to themselves? I get this is a show, but that was some lame portrayal of a psychiatrist. I get the mother being a moron..but the psychiatrist being one as well just pissed me off to say the least. I had a hard time sitting through the episode as it was already and then she was just the icing on the cake.
How can Adnan be so stupid? She's your wife and you can't take a hint as to why she's so miserable? Ugh so lame.
And Ayesha's mother is an A-class moron. I didn't like how indifferent she seems to be about her very own daughter getting raped. She's more concerned about her not ruining her family, reputation etc than actually feeling her daughter's pain.
The storyline took an annoying turn. I didn't like the episode. The only thing that I actually liked was Saba Qamar's acting. As always, she was wonderful. Her expressions were effortless and natural. Saba looks really pretty here. I like her makeup, wardrobe and hair.
And that kiss on the forehead was so unnecessary LOL.
R WE REALLY WATCHING THE SAME SHOW
Except for the psychiatrist part I DO NOT AGREE WITH ANY OF IT
what did u expect saba faisal to do ...hug her and cry with her and make her pain even worse...she was the brave strong mother who was trying to bring saba out of it...from which angle that makes her a moron ...instead of dwelling in the rape scene she was trying to take saba forward...whats wrong in that...or did u expect her to act like the mothers of other serials where they act as if they had been raped too alongwith the daughter...
Coming to mikaal from where will he get the idea that she has been raped...burglary is still a hadsa and it does shakes a family from within and many get very scared too...a few days bk a big burglary took place in my phupus house and all my cousins and my phupu phupa are still very mentally damaged and they still now shudder when the bell rings or someone knocks on their bedroom door
And when i went to see them the day after the burglary their condition was even worse
So mikaals reaction and trying to console her very mich made sense
He thouggt she was scared and disturned and trying to mk her normal
And his acting with both saba q and her mom was very natural as a luving hubby n son in law
He didnt over do it
Just tried to put them at ease
Whats so wrong with that
And i LUVED the forehead kiss as its more like an assurance of being there for u than romance
Seeing ur review feels like we watched two different episodes
I think Saba Faisal's character is pretty typical. She may not have over reacted but her lack of any reaction isn't pleasing either. I expected her to console her daughter, but she's not doing any of that. As of now, Ayesha's mother is the only person who knows that Ayesha got raped..yet she's not allowing her daughter to open up to her, talk to her or better yet, why doesn't she talk to her? From what we see, Ayesha isn't opening up to anyone. I feel the mother is way too worried about keeping it a secret..while I get that that's the norm (which I don't agree with it)..but I expected more from Saba Faisal's character. She was spying on her daughter every 5 seconds she was with Adnan.
I was getting very annoyed. If she feels it should be kept a secret, that's one issue..but to constantly keep reminding her daughter that without actually helping her get out of this in any way is another issue.
And, I disagree about Adnan. I don't like how his character isn't really TALKING to Ayesha either. He's not trying to understand why she's feeling "guilty" about it all..because remember he was told that's the reason why Ayesha is reacting the way she is - she feels guilty that she hid in her room. Maybe it's just me being too idealistic here but I feel being her husband he should talk to her as in an appropriate manner, ALONE...allow her to open up about why she feels the way she does. I mean the writer did establish the fact that they're very close to each other, so why is that hard to ask for? I also didn't like how easily he kept on falling for his mother in law's words...which sound very fishy to begin with. To me, Adnan just came across as stupid.
Once again, I get this is a show..but I felt the issue would have been tackled a little bit differently..so far, it's all very typical and I feel a little disappointed.