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Free Download Zia un Nabi By Peer Karm Shah Al Zehri Zia un Nabi By Peer Karm Shah Al Zehri Seven Part Download Zia un Nabi By Pee. Home Posts Tagged "Hindi" . requested social/romantic urdu novel “Humsafar by Farhat Ishtiaq”. it is firstly published in Khawateen digest, and then as. Humsafar (Urdu: هم سفر ) is a romantic novel written by Farhat Ishtiaq. The novel was first . Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.
The concept of the story itself was fascinating however, its great to show boys vs girls story, from their perspectives how life unfolds and how each gender reflects their own thoughts on life. The editing of the drama was slick, the lighting was great and the direction was up to par and it seemed quite obvious that Sultana Apa had put her soul in the drama.
There was nothing plot wise that happened, but there is so much to talk about, so much to breathe in visually and in concept that I am finding it hard to place it in words. And yes I do have criticisms, big ones as well. I found it quiet amusing as Kashaf wondered that had to change two buses and I giggled because honey, even in first world taking public transit is a constant struggle.. What I love about Kashaf is how practical she is, her pessimism aside, I am glad she has not become aloof that no prince that will come and sweep her off her feet.
She herself will stand up on her two feet, not only for herself but also for her family.
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Zaroon: And now to Zaroon! Mere dil ko chain agaya hai. I have taken a sigh of relief. I am glad that Fawad Khan FK took this role and he never looks too old to play a 22 year old college student although I have to wonder, itnay heavy dailouges 22 year old larkay nahi boltay :P. He is the optimist, his only struggle in life are understanding women well duh, if you have asmara for a girlfriend and their mentality.
I do agree with Zaroon though that what is a life without some struggle, some challenge?
If there is no struggle towards something, no passion, how do you measure your success or achievements?
Zaroon could be called, spoiled, brat, typical Pakistani mard mentality but beneath this layer he is a good person at heart. Weather one belongs to an upper class elite family, middle, or lower class family, the constant sibling and parent bantering NEVER stop. So all in all the dialogues between the siblings were quiet witty and FK and Ayesha Omar have great chemistry together.
Not every upper class elite families are that outgoing or wear skanky dresses like the ones shown in dramas and neither every middle class girl is dupata clad either… I could go on about this point but I am a little sick of this stereotype as are probably others! Also, the fact that while FK might have been spared to be typecasted, other actors and actress have not escaped the same fate: Mehreen Raheel, Hina, Javaid etc.
Team Kashaf or team zaroon? Lets have a Boys vs Girls contest. Who will win their argument at the end? Team Kashaf or Team Zaroon. If you are commenting please indicate at the end, you are on team Kashaf or Team Zaroon and if you are just a lurking viewer, you can still give your input by voting in the pole below.
Any highlights? Any scenes that stood out? Any criticisms?
Did it live up to your expectation? Happily, so far my fears have been proved unfounded. The direction and editing have been smooth and flawless, carrying the story with ease. The sign of a good director is always how the audience is caught in the ebb and flow of the story. Bingley asks him to dance with Elizabeth Bennet, which ultimately prejudices her every thought against him.
Kashaf is afraid to look at the admissions list but ever confident Zaroon pushes past her to see exactly how well he has done. Sameena Peerzada was again simply brilliant, I love her nuanced portrayal. She is not bitter but she knows when to call a spade a spade. Today we saw his slightly younger second wife and found out that yes he has a son but also two other daughters. I am hard put to understand this man or his mentality.
Funny how such people are terribly concerned with Khandan or family image but never actually fulfill any obligations of support or help that also come with the word family.
That conversation between Kashaf and her mother about maintaining boundaries when you go to college must be familiar to so many girls. The patterns of the two households leave little to surprise us. In complete contrast, Zaroon and his sister lack for nothing but the care and attention of their Mother.
Fawad was perfect as Zaroon. He lightened up some of those too serious for a twenty two year old dialogues and sang his way through what might have been the most annoyingly familiar conversation on Earth with Asmara in his car. Monologues can be difficult for an actor as they can come off as monotonous and preachy to the audience. Fawad managed to carry off the diary writing speech about women and feminism without sounding bitter or angry but sad and confused instead.
As usual Fawad khan carries the day. I just loved how they surprised Kashaf with a new suite and shoes on her first big day. I hope we get to see more of Sheheryar Munawer and Mansha Pasha too and that they are not just left in the background.
I was pleasantly surprised by Aisha who actually made her role as a silly spoiled younger sister work without me wanting to hate her. At this point I just feel sorry for her and I feel in the interests of common humanity let us just support her through this whole train wreck she is sure to go through ;. Zindagi Gulzar Hai- Episode 3 Review I read somewhere that love was a chemical reaction, something unearned and unqualified by reason or self-preservation. It happens because some molecule is released deep inside our brains and while our conscious self, and the experiences that formed it, complacently supposes to rule us, this thief steals in and begins to weaken all our defenses.
Kashaf and Zaroon did not interact so much in this episode but they have entered each other thoughts, they may not have had a single conversation today but they look like the two pieces of a puzzle waiting to fit together.
The story is beautifully woven together and I dare not breathe for missing something, because not a scene is wasted. The cinematography, the camera angles make even the most mundane conversations look vital and interesting. Some of the dialogues were strange for twenty two year olds. What young man in his twenties even knows who Julia Roberts is?
Usama is not and I immediately thought of poor old Ron Weasley. Perhaps that is why we see him gazing at Kashaf come on yaar , you just met her , like a child at a birthday cake later in the episode. I had been looking forward to more from Sheheryaar Munawer , who was one of the few saving graces Of Merey Dard ko Jo Zuban Miley, but he needs to work on underplaying some of his reactions and dialogue delivery, especially in group conversations.
What is strange is the way Zaroon keeps challenging her when he should be used to her personality,after all he is her son. Again we see him worrying after his sister, asking about his mother and actually skipping a date with friends to spend time with his lonely father.
Fawad as usual, plays the whole thing with seemingly effortless ease. Poor Zaroon, so used to being first and winning without really trying, is suddenly surprised to get a C this episode. She is intelligent but her real advantages over Zaroon are her complete, almost painful humility and a willingness to work hard. By her second day she is not bothered with competing in looks and clothes but in her abilities. Sameena Peerzada is one of the greatest actresses of Pakistan and she keeps proving it.
I was not a great fan of her Nanni character in Sheher e Zaat but I wish every mother was like Rafia. She is polite but refuses to allow anyone to humiliate or force her children into anything.
I am covering for Maria, but I promise she will be back to give you her own unique and fun insights to this series next week.
Hum Safar By Farhat Ishtiaq
Abb app kay liye paysh kartain hain: i zindagi gulzar hai ki episode 4 kay barain main kuch gaap shupp! Why is it all right for Zaroon to stay late yet why can Sara not stay as late?
Because the nookar will talk? Seriously Zaroon? What did you guys think of this particular scene? I can go on about it but I would really like to hear some of your thoughts on it as well. Some of us wondered last week what compelled her not to hate her husband despite all his shortcomings and his attitude towards his daughter.
I think she knows that he is culturally and societally manipulated by all the people that surround him.
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Critical thinking is not his forte. One of my best friends is the most blunt, upfront, straightforward and honest person on this planet, including an attitude that could mirror that of Kashafs. Yet my friend never sees that some people have a hard time getting along with her due to her restrictive personality. It was funny because she arrived back home last night from her first term in grad school and her exact words to me were, dude we have less then 20 people in my class and you have to let go of little differences and live with other peoples wishes, warna zindagi boohat hard ho jati hai and I was gob smacked for a while and let this change sink in.
Kashaf like my friend really needs to learn to sink in and crack the hard core shell she has built around her, because well you are spending almost 2 years with same people, you better find good friends. It looked like the narrative was taking place in an American high school with the queen bee cutting her cake, surrounded by her crew. You guys are in grad school, not in first year of high school. Agar app ko koi birthday wish nahi karta to koi baat nahi hai… The friendships also look quiet fake too.
Agar Kashaf itni weird hai, then why does Maria hang around so much with her? Also, apparently got to love the fact that Zaroon thinks about Kashaf a lot yet in the past three episodes they had one face to face conversation!
I am team Kashaf today just because I want to support the girls :D P. I do apologize for the delay in review, i was too busy setting up the exhibition for "mummy night gowns. Clearly what Asmara fails to see is that the guy is simply not interested in being pushed into this commitment. To begin with, in the past four episodes, Asmara and Zaroon are unable to clearly establish proper communication between each other.
If I was Asmara, I would really sit down and have a good self-reflection and reality check with myself if I am able to make a long term relationship work with someone like Zaroon!
Asmara wake up and dump him already! Zaroon on the other hand is not warming up to the idea of taking a huge step and responsibility of a long term commitment with someone who he has established a split mind about. His anger and hate for Khirad grows even stronger because she kept his child away from him.
He was unaware that she was pregnant and had a daughter. He will also provide her with the best treatment possible. Ashar and Khirad tolerate each other for their daughter's sake and start living together in a separate apartment that Ashar rented out for Hareem. The rest of the story continues to reveal what occurred between Ashar and Khirad, the misunderstandings which lead them to be separated, the intensity of the relationship that they have with Hareem and if they can ever resolve their differences and understand each other better.
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Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 16 August , at Today we saw his slightly younger second wife and found out that yes he has a son but also two other daughters. Sameena Peerzada was again simply brilliant, I love her nuanced portrayal. Ashar reflects back on the unusual circumstances that lead them to getting married without each other's consent, the development of their married life and the passionate love that they shared once a long time ago.
It is revealed that Ashar has not seen Khirad in almost four and half years and for unknown reasons which are revealed later in the novel she left him heartbroken and filled with anger and he now has nothing but hate for her. I have taken a sigh of relief. Ashar reflects back on the unusual circumstances that lead them to getting married without each other's consent, the development of their married life and the passionate love that they shared once a long time ago.
The rest of the story continues to reveal what occurred between Ashar and Khirad, the misunderstandings which lead them to be separated, the intensity of the relationship that they have with Hareem and if they can ever resolve their differences and understand each other better.
Some of the dialogues were strange for twenty two year olds. The direction and editing have been smooth and flawless, carrying the story with ease. Jee jee bilkul bilkul.