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Mere Humdum Mere Dost- Episode 21

Kanwal Murtaza . 46

Mein tumse mohabbat toh kya, tumharey saath nafrat karna bhi apni tauheen samajhta houn… Kisi mard Ki zindagi ke saath mat khelna warna iss se barey dhokay khaougi…  And with that, Haider laid all of Sajeela’s khushfehmiyaan to rest. I think Sajeela needed the reality-check and once again, she was left empty handed. Remember when we were wondering what Haider was anxiously trying to find last week? It was a letter and a CD that her Papa wanted to give her shortly before he passed away. Lack of communication continues to be the number one reason that wrecks relationships and breeds misunderstanding. Sajeela’s Papa knew Mazhar did not have any sincere intentions and Mazhar’s greed drove him to exploiting her for his own personal gain. So now that Haider managed to close the chapter with Sajeela, he decided to ensure that there is no room left for any further awkwardness in his life. He caught the next available flight to Dubai and proposed to Fatima. Did anyone else notice the blooper where he refers to Bibi as Bee Jaan (Ahista Ahista)?

Aiman felt stranded and confused- she grew dependent on Haider and assumed her life would shape up exactly how she dreamt- with Haider by her side to guide her. Dosron ke diye huey dukh par aapkey paas beht ke aansoo bahaati rahei… Mein apkey baghair zinda rehna bhool gayi houn… We tend to rely heavily on those who we love and who love us back. Sometimes, we fail to realize how impossible it may be if we were to lose them. Aiman’s turmoil is a result of her complete and utter dependence on Haider; he was there for her when she was adjusting to her life without her mother; he helped bridge the gap between her and Sahir; he helped her believe in herself and grow; and most importantly, he helped her realize that her father wasn’t as evil as she made him out to be. After holding her hand every step of the way, nurturing her, celebrating every little moment with her, he gave her reason to believe there was more to them than just friendship. How could she resist falling in love with a man like Haider? It’s not everyday someone like Christian Grey walks into your life… and when and if that day comes, you won’t know what hit you!

Bibi was furious at Sajeela- Haider aur Aiman ki dosti pe ghatiya ilzaam lagaya! Mein pehli shaks houn jo iss rishtey ki himayat karoun gein… Bibi sensed the bond between Haider and Aiman and she knew there was more to them than friendship. She wants nothing more than for Haider to be happily settled and she seems Aiman as a compatible match- despite the age difference. Bibi is surprized at Haider’s announcement of his intentions to marry Fatima. Aiman is furious when she finds out the same and walks over to confront Haider- Meri naraazgi se farq parta hai aapko??? Yeh saar khoobiyan toh mujh mein bhi maujood hain… That  was the moment that Aiman struggles to keep her balance. She is sure that Haider loves her and wants to marry her but she also know that he’s been acting distant since Sajeela rubbed the age difference in his face. Haider tries to calm her down and remind her that he loved her but it wasn’t that kind of love… Next week will be the finale and by the looks of it, it should end on a high note. The past few episodes have been very interesting and I’m hoping the ending will be satisfactory. What are your thoughts?

Kanwal Murtaza

 

 

  • SN

    A well written review Kanwal!! :) I didn’t get to see the conversation between Sajeela and Almaas, would anyone be able to tell me what happened then??

  • SK

    Nice review Kanwal! I have caught up with this drama after a while finally lol. I have also enjoyed AS very much in this role, and love Farhat Ishtiaqs writing and how she has made a simple story work. At first people must have thought Haider and Aimen no way, but ever so slowly and gradually with small changes in emotions and behavior, it becomes something that she convinces the viewers to think and consider that is not such a bad match after all with lots of self reflection by Haider himself, which makes it all the more real and one feels so much for him. His scene with sajeela was fab, brilliantly acted finally telling her worth,loved it!
    I think Sanam Jung is better here, after the did of a character Romaisa seriously she’s done well lol
    The middle parts of the drama were definitely dragged and too much of Sajeela so I skipped those but the last several have been really good and have set up the climax well!
    Looking forward to the finale,

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks SK. I think you might have enjoyed it a wee bit more having skipped the middle parts with Sajeela/ Mazhar overdose. But now that it’s ending, I will miss it. MHMD has been one of the better ones on air :)

  • Is it me But do Sajeela (despite her evil ways ) look better on screen with the flawless Haider Masood ?

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Hehe… I like her too :)

  • Annie

    Good episode. Not great. The whole Mazhar being recorded by Daddy a la Bunty I love you was actually kind of funny and too convenient. But after that horrible video, Adnan and Hareem’s acting was TOP NOTCH. Great work these two! the rest of the episode just kind of paled in comparison after that scene. And of course the last scene where Aiman professes his love lost its effect due to Sanam’s shrill voice. It was a little hard on me ears :) It’s not a good thing when a serious scene makes you kind of laugh a little ;) Compare the last scene with the first scene (A-H vs. A-S) you can see a big difference.
    Anyways Farhat Ishtiaq is the winner here (apart from Adnan’s Haider Masood) because of her simple story that carries with a lot of human emotions. So kudos to her for writing these characters that we find around us and don’t have to think very hard and go “yeh kiddhar se aagaye…never met people like these before”. So thanks FI for keeping it real.

    • Vee

      Annie, so true about Farhat’s characters. As someone who unfortunately can’t read urdu, I miss reading her writing first hand. I hope she comes up with audio books, so people like me can enjoy her stories. I am forever hearing that so far no drama has done justice to her beautiful writing.

      I am not that keen on english translations of her stories, because the beauty of urdu and the beauty of an original work can get lost in translation…hope she gives audio books a go…

      • Vee you can read a transaltion of Humsafar on DP which Insh is going to be completed soon

        • Vee

          Oh, thanks for that Sadaf, will definitely do :-)

      • Annie

        @Vee I am definitely in the minority because I think her screenplays are MUCH better than her novels :) When I first read Humsafar, I was like “meh it’s okay” but then when I re-read it keeping MK and FK In mind, it was a different experience. Personally speaking, her writings are very simple and somewhat long-winded. I think she breathes new life into her characters when she turns those novels into screenplays.

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Let’s hope the finale doesn’t disappoint. Adnan Siddiqui has been exceptional in this role. Hard to believe this guy opts for such mediocre roles for the most part. Sanam Jung needs to work on her dialogue delivery- there’s room for improvement! Hareem Farooq has been impressive in this role and has done full justice to her part… Agree about FI keeping it real :)

  • Ranjan

    Hi kanwal . Wonderful review !!!!!! I am a silent reader . I enjoy reading your review. This drama remind me of doop kinary. Dr ahmar also has same thing . What a wonderful drama . I hope they show more father daughter scene .

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks very much for reading and breaking your silence. I never thought of Dhoop Kinarey but now that you mention in, I’m starting to see what you mean :)

  • Maria Sia

    Thanks for the review Kanwal, good one as usual. yes I m hoping for a happy ending.
    liked the way Aiman confronted Haider ….it was about time….yes his office must be having sound proof walls.
    yes I did notice “Bee jaan” of AA. Oh My God……Third wife for Zawar!!!
    that would be hilarious atleast it would be good comedy show….as of now AA is going nowhere and no end in sight this third wife would give it a much needed flip,
    jokes apart I don’t think Bibi will be in a hurry to visit Fatima’s parents…poor girl probably gets left out this time around too….it is so near yet so far for Fatima…really I feel for her.
    Aiman say “mein apkey BEGAIR” I don’t like the way these girls spoil Urdu with their ugly pronounciation, the most beautiful language is on the brink of death and these girls pronounce like they are Hindi speaking people.
    Bibi conversation with almas on phone was my fav scene and
    Haider clearing all of Sajeela’s Khusfahiyan and
    ofcourse Amina at Haider’s office…
    by the look of preview it looks like a it is going to end on a high note :)

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks very much, Maria. Glad you noticed the Bee Jaan blooper. We have had such a bad run lately, I’m almost afraid to give any drama a go. Ahista Ahista, Mausam, Izteraab, the list is endless!

      • Aysh

        Apart from Beejan blooper, do you remember the scene in one of the earlier episodes where Aimen goes through Haider’s wedding album.. It was strange that she couldn’t recognize Sajeela, the bride when she met her face to face.. I m sure the album had the bride’s fotos..LOL

        • Kanwal Murtaza

          Yes Aysh, I let that one pass on the assumption that Bibi might have removed all of Sajeela’s pics ;)

      • Maria Sia

        Even Sanam Saeed has no diction and no pronunciation… reason why I don’t watch her dramas. I saw her ZGH that was enough for me.

        • Kanwal Murtaza

          Hahaha Maria. I remember a comment by one of the reader’s who mentioned that Sanam Saeed has the same distinct tone despite her characters as if all the characters attended the same school!

          • Maria Sia

            Oh yes I agree. same school, same bus, same class, same friends and same teacher too :)

    • Vee

      Maria, I did realise he called Bibi Bee jaan, but since I don’t follow ahista ahista I did not realise it’s from that show. I think it’s time Adnan took a break, if he’s mixing up characters from different shows!

      Regarding Fatima, I somehow felt that she was not convinced about Haider’s proposal and her asking him to bring a proper rishta was her way of giving him some time? She did sound surprised that Haider landed in Dubai all of a sudden…

      I really like Bibi’s feisty phone call and the way she stands up for Haider :-)

      It’s been a nice drama and I am going to miss next week because I am travelling…I will catch up on the episode some days later…

      • Maria Sia

        You are right Vee, I did notice some reluctancy from Fatima about this marriage thing
        and please, Adnan doesn’t need a break..this blooper could have been avoided by the production team….its common to forget lines:)
        Vee have an pleasant and safe journey…

        • Kanwal Murtaza

          This was clearly an oversight on the part of the production and edit. That said, besides this role, Adnan has been appearing in awful projects so much so that I almost gave this drama a miss.

          • Maria Sia

            LOL so true Kanwal, inspite of Adnan being one hunk, and his Urdu and dialogue delivery being Awesome (I mean awesome with capital a), I did not finish any of his earlier dramas. I invariably leave it in the middle. This two wives being tagged to him is really unbearable.
            Like you I was going to give this drama a miss too…..but for the novel which I have already read and the poem.
            And I second what Vee said so sweet of you to reply each and every comment…it makes it all commenting here.

            • Kanwal Murtaza

              Maria- Adnan has surprised us all!!! I was beginning to write him off completely after some awful portrayals in recent times- Humnasheen, Darmiyan, Rubaru, Ahista Ahista… in fact, in the latter, he is so unbearable, I feel like punching his face every time I see those droopy eyes!

              Thanks very much for taking the time to share your thoughts. I love the interactions that follow a discussion. It’s always a pleasure to hear different views :) I will really miss these discussions after next week… I have nothing new to review :(

              • Maria Sia

                …..and I don’t have anything new to see….
                I m not very excited about JH, I have seen Adeel in MSKSH with SJ…God they were getting on my nerves….

                • Kanwal Murtaza

                  I’m looking forward to Jackson Heights because it won’t focus on one storyline in particular- I like it when they have parallel stories being narrated simultaneously. But yes, MSKSH was just awful and Shukk was a huge letdown. There is not much to look forward to…

                  • Maria Sia

                    I hope its good , many here have high expectations from it, good dramas are good for industry.

        • Vee

          Thanks Maria :-) Really enjoyed interacting with you. MHMD has been a nice watch, hope the finale does justice.

  • NIDA

    Great review on spot .
    Nice episode im really glad that sajeela’s chapter is close now and she returned back to turkey.haider laid her all khush fehmiyans and he do not love her n even he dont like to hate her .hareem farooq perfirmed very well.
    I like how bibi talk to almas n bibi gave positive sign to haider n aiman’s marriage .Taufeeq know about aiman’s feelings.haider dont want that anyone put finger on his & aiman’s friendship it is unbearable for him he can bear every thing but cannot bear that anyone say that he take an advantage of aiman’s innocence .So he went to dubai and propose fatima wihch was shocking for bibi , taufeeq , almas as well as for fatima n aiman .Aiman is fully dependent on haider she dont know how to live without him.
    The last scene is most interesting between haider and aiman in which aiman told him that she has all these qualities on which he is going to marry fatima tu phir app muhjse shadi kyun nhi kar lete ;) aiman know that haider loves her but he kept distance between them after sajeela’s saying on their age difference at office .
    Next episode is the last one I will miss this show but hope for a happy end and in next episode we have to see more father-daughter scenes.

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks Nida. I would’ve loved to see more father-daughter scenes but one of the readers who read the novel said those weren’t in the novel either.

      I will miss this show too :) I’m hoping we are satisfied with the ending.

      • NIDA

        Yeah I m also hoping a happy ending .and also looking forward for jackson heights which seems good :)

        • Kanwal Murtaza

          Ditto :)

  • Gilrin

    Spot on Review Kanwal! The video clip scene was completely unexpected but Sajeela had that coming from a long long time. I am glad Haider finally puts a stop over her interference in his life but without stooping down to her level. Sajeela’s decision to go back to Turkey leaves no doubt that her sole purpose by coming to Pak was to ensnare Haider again.
    Sometimes I get annoyed that why Haider can’t accept his own feelings towards Aimen, as most of their friends and family members expect them to end up together. Other times I think Haider’s love is so selfless and unconditional, he is willing to go through with a loveless marriage only so Aimen can live happily and settle down with someone of her age (in his POV).
    Glad to see that Aimen went directly to the point without beating around the bush in that confrontation scene. I think even Haider was surprised by her confidence and bluntness no doubt his classes of holding her head high paid off >_< Jab aap nay itna kuch sikha dia tha…..Tou apnay beghair zinda rehna bhi sikha dete Haider, this scene was so touching! Haider thinks that Aimen love is a short time infatuation but clearly he is wrong…her feelings go pretty deep…
    Anticipating next episode eagerly…..yar I will miss this show :(

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks Gilrin. It was truly unexpected and it was refreshing to have Haider speak his mind and remind Sajeela of her deceitful ways. I think his cool exterior all along was becoming hard for us to relate to his character.

      I will miss this show too. Urdu 1 is suddenly the channel to watch out for :)

  • Vee

    Thank you for a nice review Kanwal. Watching the episode and looking forward to reading your review have become a Friday evening/Saturday morning habit for me, one I will miss from next week…

    I liked the quick pacing of this episode, slowly but surely moving towards the finale. I liked the dignity with which Haider showed Sajeela the reality, leaving her in tears. I loved Sajeela’s papa’s letter – very moving, especially considering all that happened. The showdown also gave us an insight into the amount of hurt Haider has felt and has been living with. At last, we can see how deeply Sajeela’s dhoka affected him, to put him off marriage completely – I almost felt there was an unsaid “until he met Aiman” at the end of that sentence.

    It’s interesting to see the contrast in the way Aiman and Haider function. While Haider rushes around, sometimes trying to fix Aiman’s rishta, sometimes proposing to Fatima, running here and there, almost desperate and directionless, Aiman just stops, she thinks about all the warnings Sajeela and Rameen gave her about Haider’s feelings for her, then makes up her mind to bluntly ask him “aap mujhse pyaar karte hain? Karte hain ki nahin?” Her direct approach unnerves Haider, who has been avoiding her until then. His carefully constructed charade fails him – his eyes clearly say yes to her questions, while he tells her no and Aiman is quick to realise that.

    On a funny note, Haider’s office seems to be the most happening place in the drama, kabhi Sajeela creates a scene, kabhi Aiman demands answers – I hope he has sound-proof walls in his office!

    Aiman is actually very much like Taufeeq – the two of them are strong and talk to the point, directly. And it’s heart-warming to see that in next week’s promo, Aiman feels close enough to her father to share her feelings – they sure have come a long way!

    Bibi’s short, sharp talk with Almas was also well-done and is consistent with Bibi’s characterisation.

    We have been shown how much Aiman depends on Haider and how he has
    helped her. It is now quite clear that the other way is also true – Haider needs Aiman – he is an impulsive person (whether it was his love for Sajeela, his proposing Shaheer’s rishta for Aiman or himself proposing to Fatima) and she has a calmness about her. He needs that
    calming effect in his life. She has already helped him heal and there is no doubt that she is the best thing that has happened to him. If it was left to him, Aiman would be married to Shaheer or he would be married to Fatima, leading to more chaos and unhappiness!

    Judging by the promos, it looks like we are in for a good episode next week…

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks very much for your kind words, Vee. I will definitely miss this show but I’m glad Jackson Heights will be taking up this time slot and I’m really looking forward to that one :)

      I was relieved with Haider’s zor ka jhatka to Sajeela. Never in her wildest dreams did she think Haider would say such words to her face. I’m so glad that’s over.

      Looking forward to the finale. Fingers crossed :)

      • Vee

        Jackson Heights has such sky high expectations attached to it, I am hoping it lives up to it! They were showing all the teasers before and after each break in yesterday’s MHMD episode.

        • Kanwal Murtaza

          With MJ holding the reins, I’m not too worried :)

          • Vee

            Oh, remember Neeyat? Also, Mataa e Jaan lacked chemistry between the leads…but I understand what you mean. I also like the fact that it’s been shot completely unlike PA and the big let down…

            Kanwal – just wanted to say it’s very sweet of you to reply to every comment. MHMD has been an enjoyable drama and your reviews and comments have been spot on. Thank you. As I mentioned above, I will catch up on MHMD finale after a few days,,,

            • Kanwal Murtaza

              Neeyat was just BAD! Humayoun Saaed playing the role of a 28 y/o was just too much to put up with. MeJ gave me a headache- Adeel Hussain and Sarwat Gillani were just awful together. They tried so hard but it fell flat! I really didn’t feel a thing for them!

              PA still manages to upset me! I read KuR saying this was not the ending he had originally written but on the insistence of none other than Hamza Ali Abbasi and further prodding by the creators, he was asked to change the ending since they felt killing off Afzal would be the best way to go about this…

              You are most welcome, Vee. I absolutely love the discussions we have here. I hope you have a safe journey and you join us once you catch up with the finale :)

        • Kanwal Murtaza

          I hope it lives up to the hype. I’ve become rather sceptical lately but this is definitely one of the shows I’m looking forward to :)

  • Upra

    Great Review as usual Kanwal! You’re spot on…Haider laid all of Sajeela’s misconceived notions to rest. There was an important scene which the makers cut in today’s episode. Last week in the precap they showed a snippet of some conversation between Almas and Sajeela which was cut in today’s episode. Sajeela now realizes that there are consequences to her actions and Haider does not lover her unconditionally. I am glad that Haider showed some backbone at least where Sajeela is concerned but acted like a wimp by going and proposing to Fatima. He knows that Aimen loves him and he loves her back, then what’s the logic in committing himself to another loveless r’ship? I guess they will wrap it all up in the next episode and once again another drama will end abruptly.

    • Vee

      Upra, it’s not about being a wimp, it’s just that Haider feels Aiman needs a better life partner than him (he is older, divorced, etc), so he’s trying to “fix” the situation by getting himself out of the equation. We can all see how flawed it is, but he thinks that Aiman will get over him and move on to better things and more “appropriate” life partner. He has not realised the strength of Aiman’s feelings nor does he realise that Taufeeq has no problems with this whatsoever. Once Aiman brings the situation to a head (by deciding to leave), he will not have the strength to fight the situation anymore and he will speak his heart out.

    • Kanwal Murtaza

      Thanks Upra. I don’t think Haider could make sense of the situation and to avoid it turning into a full blown scandal, he opted for an exit. He has feelings for Aiman but at the same time, he’s second -guessing himself since he’s concerned about how hid feelings will be perceived. It’s not just the age difference, it’s the equation itself. He happens to know her as his best friends daughter. As Almas reminded him, he is perceived as her Uncle or Chacha if you will. That’s quite a label right there. He’s trying to stay away from any further awkwardness.

    • Maria Sia

      Upra it will not be an abrupt ending, it should be something like Humsafar. if you have seen the drama

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