His Wali is in contradiction: no matter how much his rational mind tells him not to trust FaraA, he can not overcome his feelings for her… At times it seemed as if misfortune FaraA Wali was tearing apart more than it hurt Farah. In desperation he puts his ever dear aunt Ruhi in the bedroom upstairs. I hope that we will see more Farah — Wali Tajamuls without annoying and, frankly, I could do without the disapproving frown face Arjumand too. Nevertheless Arjumand is a better person than Ruhi, I hope that she will eventually see FaraA for who she really is and more importantly perhaps it will see the feelings of his son for FaraA in a better light. Some of this may be Maya Ali and indeed the actions are simply not squeeze any sympathy from me and this is partly the way the character is shown. I think that this case should have been a huge part of the growth Farah but I just got the impression that she was angry with Moise is not to take responsibility for its own part in their non relationship seriously. I get the feeling that the director Haseeb Hassan does not like close-up shots of his face actor.
Just remebered that deserved slap Farah gave Moise. He want a partnership based on mutual love and respect he wants to be elected. It never occurs to him that the reason Vali does not care about their Rishta because just like the rest of the world that he wants a life partner who is able to love, who wants it for himself. His stomach churning threats of rape and shoot him pointing a gun at his forehead FaraA were disturbing, to say the least. Next she now suffered Ruhi hands for some time and does not want her child to suffer too. . What an incredible moment, underused and it broke a drop of close-up in sight.
He brought a level of sincerity in this scene that instantly negated all over the top of filmy. FaraA knows that it has little to recommend it, that it grasps at straws to keep Wali. However his next step beyond the pale kidnapping Farah and then threatened her to get a divorce from Vali. Hmm feels better even when I think about it and a good girl , you will never yield to blackmail him but actually I hit the shins …. I understand where Arjumand comes from a clever woman character can rise above its most basic feelings and understand what torture poor FaraA survived. Beautifully played Osman Khalid Butt it was a pretty girl.
She says that all she would hate to hear herself she speaks the language of compromise and respect for the relationship she never understood, it is not surprising that sounds unconvincing ears in Wali. In fact it gambling at all or nothing because his pride would not allow him to compromise. Vali does not want to compromise the life in the name of family honor; He wants someone to love him. The way he walked past an unpleasant altercation Farah and Moise his meetings with FaraA, his calm memories of her sudden embrace and what kind of mischief as he left the breakfast table was just fabulous. In fact, without saying a word he asks her to make a free choice. Yes she was ashamed and guilty, but she still does not understand the reason Vali tried so hard to keep their relationship over the years. While Arjumand might not be paying attention, Zarminey not be fooled by the sudden burst of brotherly love: the confusion on his face Maryam Nafis was too cute.
FaraA not 16, she is a medical student in her twenties, and should know better. Similarly Tajamul suffering from amnesia or something, Errrr was not his uncle Tajumul, who began to strip off all Ruhi scam in the first place? It was not to be quarreled with FaraA says Moise off remember Farah not aware of duplicity in Moise , which is thought to play. I have a lot of complaints about how the story would have unfolded , endless crying Farah in the stretch of history , etc. She made a huge compromise in allowing Nikkah not out of obedience but as an act of love for the sake of her husband Suhaib. This must be one of my favorite episodes Dayar e Dil. Satisfying as it was to see Moise get a sound beating from Wali, he deserves more I think that the rest of the episode was not enough depth. For me, Osman Khalid Butt was the star of this week.
If nothing else it was action packed episode, which should satisfy all thrill seekers among us. The way to his heart is not some pakoras and sandwiches, and not some kind of statement rishto ki ehmeeyat and our duty to the parents…. Seeing their expressions would have given a much greater impact at the moment. Maya Ali does not have much scope in this episode. The same evening, he came to her room, and even if we never hear what he might say completely, there is no error in the tone or body language; he just can not stand to see her this way anymore. For intelligent young woman who has been through a lot of introspection and contemplation she suddenly comes across as incredibly gullible and easily manipulated. I wonder who told her to hide her face and cry over such an important sequences in the beginning.
Farah doing everything possible to compensate for the years of misunderstanding and offense but none of them seems to have any effect. I think it will come to tell her not to worry and that there would be no divorce. It was a beautiful scene was created at the beginning of the episode, where Farah crying Quelle surprise! After the first visit Moiz or perhaps a sudden collapse Jaan Yeah, the door may be opened FaraA in mind, but the door is locked in the heart of Vale in. Even more alarming was the intended climax, in which we are teased with the devastating prospect of Wali shooting. It was essentially a week in which all the heinous plots Moise came to fruition. And finally, a few words about Arjumand: I can hardly blame her icy attitude and the way it is trying to protect from Vali Farah like any mother, she is a tigress when it comes to her cubs. I hope that the strong, it is interesting to look at Farah again soon.
I want you to feel sorry for Farah in the end, it was the subject of brainwashing her mother and emotional blackmail a young girl suddenly pushed into Nikkah with a perfect stranger but I can not. I really found the scene between Farah and Moise terrible. Again the same Wali came to the fore when he said Bayram to hide FaraA leaving the rest of his family, he knows how it will look and he no longer wants to reduce Farah , than the poor girl was already in his eyes mother. I sincerely hoped for a feisty former FaraA giving Moise a good kick in the shin and runs but alas no, our maid was told to wait and be saved in trouble. I was hoping Ruhi could get easy shot, but apparently, dreams do not always come true. There is a bad part of me that wants to say my favorite scene when Vali Moise beats the hell out of there but the best part of me that recognizes Vali offering himself on the spot FaraA was the best scene in this whole episode. I think that the essence of this relationship is their vulnerability.