Mera Naseeb 5
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Published on 2 years ago
Everything seems to be happening so fast in this drama that I’m regretting not writing a review for last week’s episode. So much has happened in just 2 episodes!
I have to say that I feel really bad for Nazia (Syra Yusuf) after watching episode 7. The poor girl is getting bud-duaein from just about everyone, even from Shazia (Sanam Saeed), her best friend!And all of the misfortune being wished upon her aside, she’s just found out some mind blowing information about her mother (Samina Peerzada). I can’t imagine how she must be feeling right now. The guy she’s in love with hates her, her best friend is convinced that it’s Nazia’s fault that her marriage is ruined, and her mother turns out to have such a horrible personality that Nazia can’t even stand to talk to her. Oh, and the anxiety from getting married is there too.The most traumatic event I think has happened to her so far is what she has found out about her mother. It must be horrible to realize that the mother who was supposedly so pious that she couldn’t even stand the thought of her daughter talking to a man is really the exact opposite of what she appears to be. To find out that the people you thought were your parents really aren’t, that you’re illegitimate, is just like finding out that your whole life is a lie, which in Nazia’s case, it sort of is. And she can’t even defend herself in front of Shazia because it would break her best friend come half-sister’s heart. And on top of all that, Nazia is feeling really unloved. Her Phoppo Ammi (Sakina Sammo) told her this shocking saga of her mother’s bud-kirdari without even stopping to care what effect this would have on Nazia.But putting Nazia’s turmoil aside, Shazia isn’t faring too well either. The man she’s engaged to, who, by the end of the episode has become her husband, is in love with Nazia. As Shazia said, “Agar mein jaa ke Fahad se kahoon ke tum Shebaz ko pasand karti ho, tou kya woh yeh bardasht kar pae ga? Koi bhi nahin karta. Tou mein kyun karoon?” Her life is in shatters, and though none of this is Nazia’s fault, Shazia is justified in blaming her. “Aisi bhi kya baat hai tum mein? Kya mein itni hi buri hoon?” For the first time in her life, Shazia is realizing what the difference in beauty between the two of them means, and it’s certainly not a pleasant experience.