The light-hearted play Ranjha Ranjha Kardi returns with another fetching episode that contains a pivotal twist which is going to alter the rhythm and the direction of the plot. It so happens that Bhola (Imran Ashraf) apologizes to his mother Fehmida (Asma Abbas) for his misconduct with Noori (Iqra Aziz) and his mother finally convinces her to forgive him. Furthermore, Sahir (Syed Jibran) shows his agreement towards Komal (Ammara Butt)’s proposal and visits her home. He is amazed to see Noori there and vice versa. Afterward, Noori doesn’t say much when Sahir calls to express his contentment, assuming she is enjoying extreme perks and privileges of life.
Isn't this most men in front of their wives? 🤣🙊
Enjoy a twist in Ranjha Ranjha Kardi from the next episode!
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The slow-pace episode offers extreme emotional fluctuations as it revolves around Sahir and Noori and their accidental meeting which is sensational to witness. The whole sequence makes you go through their emotions and pain, specifically Noori’s. The director has wonderfully pulled off this episode, how eloquently the background score multiplies the intensity of the emotional moments. The plot is definitely going to undergo some major changes because of this sequence and it will add to the charm of the drama. The dialogues, written by Faiza Iftikhar are a plus point of the episode, how accurately and concisely they have been penned down and each dialogue is highly relevant.
As far as the performances are concerned, Iqra Aziz steals the show; she delivers a convincing performance by genuinely depicting her character. Imran Ashraf is perfect and eye-catching as always whereas, Asma Abbas is remarkable too. Syed Jibran, however, looks a little rusty and maybe that’s because his character hasn’t opened up yet. Rest of the characters assist in moving the narrative forward. The episode, despite focusing on a single development, manages to entertain and persuade us through its intensity. Director Kashif Nisar should be credited for keeping the momentum intact. Let us see whether the play manages to fulfill our expectations or not.