Possibly the best-scripted drama on air at the moment, Inkaar moves at a fast pace without slowing down for a second. Zafar Meraj’s script and Kashif Nisar’s direction are perfectly synced, giving you a drama that you might have been waiting for.
The realest talk by our very own Rehan Sheikh in #Inkaar. Did these words leave an impact on you as well?
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The episode begins with Hajra (Yumna Zaidi) pondering a return to her University to complete her studies; the re-entry of Rehan Chaudhary (Imran Ashraf) complicates matters as does the Head of Department’s strange behavior. Shayan (Sami Khan) finds out that Rehan knows about the engagement but Hajra decides to hide his visit and subsequent meeting in the University from him. The episode ends with the HOD rejecting Hajra’s application and Rehan approaching Hajra to maybe console her.
The man of the hour, Imran Ashraf has won our hearts COMPLETELY!🥇 Be it #RanjhaRanjhaKardi or #Inkaar, he has proved to be the king of versatility! 😍
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If the last episode was a Sami Khan spectacle, the latest one was an Imran Ashraf extravaganza. As the bad guy, he makes you hate him like anything. Sami Khan had less presence here but it seems things will get ugly in the upcoming episode. Yumna Zaidi was extremely composed in the confrontation sequence and impressed in the scene where she is uncomfortable in Rehan Chaudhary’s presence. The way this drama is progressing, it will give tough competitions to the many plays that claim high rating but are anything but impressive.