First of all a message to the Shaaney at the Hum Tv Promotional department and our old friend Moiz because they seem to be aubergines from the same tray : we are not stupid and neither is Faraa. Back in Lahore Moiz is blowing fuses left right and center. So At this point I am trying very hard not to hate Faraa…. Maryam Nafis this image is just perfect the right mix of disgust and indignation on behalf of her family and especially her brother. Needless to say, Osman Khalid Butt Ali and Maya were the stars of the show makes every scene, every skirmish between their characters to work with a completely unconscious synchronicity, making Wali and Farah so look fabulous. Back in Lahore Moise blowing fuses left and right and center. I know that all fair in love and war but I find it in very poor taste to schedule another marriage before the current over.
Frankly , I was expecting it to be a lot smarter about all this , wiser man would have asked after her grandfather even went to greet him after receiving Farah softness , but it was the usual Tajamul family , my way or the highway approach , which blinded him to all the red flags he was seen in conversation in Farah. Again Abid Ali is always a pleasure to watch. All that confrontation and challenge worked like a great substitute for all their issues of unresolved, unacknowledged attraction. Both writer and director can only do so much under such diktats. Faraa was an emotional mess this episode.
There storm brewing over Farah engagement Zarminay and it may have a storm, which finally removes her misconceptions and confusion in the Vale and her family in Haveli. Both writer and director can only do so much in such diktat. Mariam Nafees is portrayal is just perfect, the right mix of disgust and indignation on behalf of her family and especially her brother. He was not in a hurry to meet FaraA and Moise and it does not make constant injections in Farah either. Maya Ali is also playing her role with great finesse and charm, whether she is bonding with Agha Jaan, facing off with Moiz or backing off from Wali. I really do not understand how it is translated as love in any language but well Farah. Like most men he felt that something had happened but sat awkwardly glancing from one to the other in awkward silence.
Screenshot from promo of Dayar-e-Dil Screenshot from the promo of Dayar-e-Dil Secondly, the actors who look focused and totally into their characters. As far stronger and stronger all this will have been. This was an interesting episode despite the story not moving forward much. Just as her father Behroz this woman is not easily broken and although Wali knows how to poison her enough to manipulate it, he still did not understand it. The lack of friction like a subconscious door closing. At times, I felt sorry for her but she had lost my sympathy at the same moment she announced her intention to marry Moise directly in front of Vali. I crack up with laughter Wali Zarminey and FaraA merger after a bitter exchange of words.
Faraa was very close to her father and her grief is still very deep. I hope that he resolved within reasonable limits. There is a world of subtext in those threats and sarcastic pieces of advice he keeps offering a completely unamused Faraa. Although this episode was well done, and I could see some character development, this is where stretching a good storyline is thin. There is no doubt in my mind that she loves her daughter, so why she listens to her family and without naming their child. Again Abid Ali is always a pleasure to watch. Despite the supposedly terrible threats Wali in Farah not intimidated one bit, and after a while it just goes away, while he still speaks.
In fact I was expecting a reasonable amount of sympathy and respect for the opinion of Farah coming from a friendly octopus, but there just was not there. How much tighter and stronger the whole thing would have been. While Arjumand cold but bearable, Zarminey can barely stand to be in the presence of Farah in. I can just imagine this serial at a generous 23-25 episodes. As a mother she wants to protect him as much as she can. Osman Khalid Butt and Maya Ali in Dayar-e-Dil Meekal Zulfiqar and Abid Ali in Dayar-e-Dil Have a look:. Needless to say Osman Khalid Butt and Maya Ali were the stars of the show making every scene, every skirmish between their characters work with a completely unconscious synchronicity that makes Wali and Faraa so fabulous to watch.
So Khirad innocently walks in to get breakfast and Asher is giving her looks that kill …. It was an interesting episode although the plot is not progressing much. On a side note: who remembers the kitchen scene from Humsafar? There is a world of subtext to these threats and sarcastic advice he continues offering fully Farah not funny. FaraA Wali and did their job and find out exactly how difficult it is to follow through on their promises. This episode was a complicated one with a lot of nuanced feelings to convey which they both managed to convey seamlessly. I was cracking up with laughter at Wali joining Zarminey and Faraa after their bitter exchange of words. There is a streak of determination and courage in her which tells Faraa to face her problems herself.
Like most Men, he could sense something had happened but sat awkwardly looking from one to the other in the uncomfortable silence. There is no doubt in my mind that she loves her daughter so why is she listening to her family and not calling her child. Maya Ali also plays a role with great elegance and charm whether it is bonding with Agha Jaan facing off with Moise or departing from Vali. Remind her how much she looks like her stubborn father. This withdrawn, disappointed Wali is a man trying to immunize himself from the pain of any further attachment he might form with someone, whom all good sense tells him, will leave as soon as she can. This is another Wali and I suspect the original conspiracy theory — kicking in who watches without comment not smut we were so surprised to see in previous episodes.
Oh, and I can not wait for Moise and his degree of emotional manipulation to fall flat on his face hard. Another thing Wali never counted on was the utterly hostile reception Faraa would get from his mother and sister. Of course this is generation next romance so , silent glances are not going to cut it. I can not say that I would not enjoy the fact that some people have to lose something before they will be able to appreciate what they have. Still , I personally enjoyed the telling off he gave Roohi. FaraA was an emotional mess this episode.