Gul-e-Rana – Last Episode – Review
The outlandish happened today; Asher ne chai se inkar kr diya, Adeel experienced a complete identity change which made me wonder on the off chance that he had eaten one of those uncommon mushrooms which impact a man’s sensory system and modify their identity totally, Rana’s mom appeared to be worried about her little girl interestingly and above all for the first run through one of the champions of our dramatizations chose to accomplish something that made her upbeat and did not overlook a man who put her through hellfire. Rana never had affections for Adeel, she was constrained into this marriage and Adeel did not give her quite a bit of motivation to adore him thusly watching Rana discovering her joy in doing what she generally needed to do was sufficiently reasonable. Adeel’s dad was not appeared in this scene, he ought to have been given a couple of minutes or thereabouts if not more. Adeel should’ve had one final discussion with his dad too. This was a startling completion since the vast majority of the viewers were anticipating that Rana should excuse Adeel.
Adeel beneficially blamed his bari phupo and choti phupo for each one of personality imperfections as a piece of his character regardless of the way that the viewers saw him treating them like he treated others around him. All things considered, Adeel pondered all that he had done wrong in life while he was down and out yet why were the viewers told that in one talk and not demonstrated what was encountering his mind? In scene 19 we saw an absolutely unmistakable Adeel who was too much clamoring judging everyone and watching out for Rana and in scene 20 after Asher and Omer’s visit he completely changed!! Why were each one of these scenes after Adeel’s accident wasted on freakish disputes and exhibiting the negative side of Adeel when they could have been utilized to show how he was developing? Possibly in light of the fact that exhibiting most of that required to some degree more imaginativeness. Adeel’s buddy who came to see him was genuinely perplexed. To begin with she said that she didn’t know he was hitched and after that she says “meinay suna tha tumhari mrs. ke saath relations achay nahi hei”!! Did I miss something?? I ought to concede I felt for Adeel a little in this current night’s scene basically in light of Feroze Khan’s acting and Sajjal Ali was past unbelievable today evening time. Each one of the on-screen characters did their part really well, except for Imran Ashraf and Rubina Ashraf, yet shockingly their characters and the story did not have much to offer.
To the extent I can review just 3 scenes of this play appeared well and good to me other than that simply like this random consummation the script all in all had too numerous unconvincing and absurd wanders aimlessly. A large portion of the scenes centered around Adeel and Rana’s useless marriage and this principle track of the story likewise needed substance in light of the fact that the issues in the middle of Adeel and Rana were appeared as contentions which regularly spun around character death. Adeel did not trust Rana and Rana had huge amounts of motivations to despise Adeel yet the way the adjustment in Adeel’s disposition was appeared in these two scenes at the end of the day demonstrated the absence of vision, imagination and profundity in the script. The blemishes in the script, altering botches and the chief’s powerlessness to handle every one of the tracks in the story wisely made this exaggerated show simply an over-swarmed bazaar which was not in any case enthralling. Huge numbers of the characters that were presented as essential characters in the story vanished in numerous scenes and returned when they were required. Adeel’s phupos and their girls who got so much screen time in numerous scenes were just “utilized” at last to legitimize Adeel’s bent identity.
I might want to thank all my brilliant perusers who were sufficiently benevolent to peruse the audits and take an interest in the examinations. I should say that I wouldn’t have possessed the capacity to keep watching and exploring this play in the event that I didn’t have these exchanges to anticipate!