Th ruksati was supposed to be after a few years when Farah becomes a doctor… Years pass and Farah never accepts her relation with Wali and wants to end it and she only gets the chance after her father passes away. This has to have been one of my favourite episodes of Dayar e Dil. We have come full circle…………almost. I think the essence of that connection is their vulnerability. Itni taqatwar mohabbat hoti hai. Faraa is not 16, she is a medical student in her twenties and should know better.
Coming back to our newly improved heroine, I think I preferred the old batamees one, she seemed more honest. But he is adamant not to give her a divorce. No one forced Faraa to tell Moiz she loved him, no one forced anything on her, and her actions were based on spite and because it was what her mother wanted. Dayar-e-Dil The leads are Wali and Farah and they are both cousins paternal cousins. What I cannot understand is squabbling about such a serious thing in the courtyard of the Haveli where a hundred servants could hear, it seemed incredibly ill-mannered. I feel for the poor guy.
Without actually saying the words he asks her to make a free choice. She is interested in her maternal cousin who also happens to be her best friend. For me, Osman Khalid Butt was the star this week. The way to his heart is not a few pakoras and sandwiches , nor is it some declaration about rishto ki ehmeeyat and our duty to parents …. She treats Wali pretty badly. He wants a partnership based on mutual love and respect, he wants to be chosen. .
Faraa knows she has little to recommend her so she is clutching at straws to hold on to Wali. Faraa is doing her best to make up for the years of misunderstandings and hurt feelings but none of it seems to be having any effect. Suffice to say, what great job by Hareem Farooq at playing someone so mature and beyond her own experience. Lastly, a word about Arjumand: I can hardly blame her for her ice-cold attitude and the way she tries to protect Wali from Faraa ,like any mother she is a tigress when it comes to her cubs. I really found the scene between Faraa and Moiz horrible. She made a huge compromise in allowing the Nikkah not out of obedience but as an act of love for the sake of her husband Suhaib. .
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