Mana Ka Gharana – Last Episode – Review – The End
Ohkay in this way, Mana Ka Gharana finished today evening time and as overjoyed as I am about this show finishing route before the twentieth scene mark, I am not in any way content with how the last scene was composed, coordinated and altered. There were such a large number of escape clauses and it would appear that if Jahangir and Laila hadn’t spared the day, nobody from this gharana would’ve taken the fundamental apportions to happen to the profound pit that Shehryaar burrowed around them.
Ghalib became more acquainted with that Khizer was a holy messenger in mask however he confused him for a fallen angel. I am shocked that Ghalib continued discovering one lie after another that his wife shouted before him however he picked not to say anything to her by any means? I think the most imperative thing, much more critical than Ghalib making a cameo as a somebody equipped for standing was Saleha getting denounced for every one of the untruths she has told and all the chaos that she has made. It resembles she got a spotless chit despite the fact that she didn’t merit it since her spouse was excessively apprehensive of her? I am so frustrated. Additionally, I truly thought might be Saleha herself will understand her mix-ups and apologize to everybody for what she has done yet she stood their with her head held high as though she never did anything wrong!?!?!
Gul Bahar got what she merited and effortlessly Maalik tossed her out of his life. Gul Bahar got a rude awakening from Shehryaar also that made her understand that he wasn’t even genuine to her and was just utilizing her to achieve what he needed. Shehryaar appeared to be so quiet and chilled about the entire circumstance since he realized that his thoughtless crony was doing everything for him. Saleha truly demonstrated that regardless of the possibility that cash can’t purchase bliss, it without a doubt can purchase somebody an excessively possessive relative on the grounds that if there was just fine quality that Saleha saw in Shehryaar, it was his riches and simply because of that, she was prepared to shield him till her final gasp. I thought that it was interesting that Mana was the person who succumbed to Shehryaar however the person who really fell harder for him was Saleha in light of the fact that she continued making a point all through the show and before everybody that she was prepared to do anything and everything for the purpose of her girl’s satisfaction, yet the one thing she wasn’t prepared to do was listening to the same little girl who needed to share what was loading her. Saleha’s character was so irritating and the 101 Dalmatians print didn’t help the circumstance either!!!
I trust that Ghalib got way more scope than required and the essayist attempted to make a point that might be he was the hero of the show that merited the most extreme consideration in the last scene. He got the chance to meet Khizer and became acquainted with that Maalik separated Gul Bahar and that whole discussion was so unconvincing. Maalik told Saleha and Ghalib that Gul Bahar was the person who plotted against Khizer and Gul Bahar trusted it? It was so not normal for her in light of the fact that at whatever point it came to Shehryaar and Gul Bahar, Saleha contemplated and addressed everything to overrule what she was hearing, yet this time around, she trusted it without inquisitive any further? It simply didn’t bode well!!!
Goodness well, I am so happy I was never inspired with Laila’s character and at last she demonstrated me right since she showed a considerable measure of childishness by keeping Shehryaar’s mystery from Khizer on the grounds that she realized that the minute she will exclaim the fact of the matter, Mana’s family will cancel her engagement and Khizer will get hitched to her. Additionally, may I ask, how could she have been able to she discover about Shehryaar being the one Mana was locked in to? Did she see his photo some place or did she run over him while meandering around in Murree??? Such a variety of remaining details that weren’t entwined legitimately in the last scene. In any case, the entire engagement scene was incredibly coordinated as well. Like if Mana hadn’t left, Laila could never have pulled her hand back and Jahangir uncle could never have talked reality about Shehryaar being the person who demolished Samra’s life!!! This while Jahangir uncle guaranteed to be Ghalib’s best amigo yet he stayed calm though in the event that he would’ve been his closest companion, he would’ve decided the primary thing educating Ghalib about Shehryaar and instructing him to cancel Mana’s wedding.
I truly felt that Khizer will be the person who will uncover Shehryaar and confess all before everybody that he never truly stole Mana’s ring. I additionally suspected that Khizer alongside Maalik will uncover Shehryaar’s expectations that he was after their property however nothing of that sort happened either. Laila and Jahangir were presented as side characters however they wound up turning into the friends in need and the saints of this dramatization on the grounds that if not for them, nobody would’ve discovered reality as they all were much excessively agreeable in their lives and likewise were entirely agreeable affected by Saleha who was demolishing their lives without stressing over anybody by any stretch of the imagination. At last, Zarri’s sibling grew up some spine and took his sister back to where she had a place, which was Maalik’s home, which again resembled a circumstance that stopped by with no foundation scene. Likewise, what happened to Shehryaar and how they reprimanded him was missing as well. I feel the consummation should’ve been altogether distinctive where the principle center should’ve been on these things that should have been tended to more than demonstrating Ghalib and his glycerin-filled tears and yes, the primary concern we as a whole were sitting tight for was to see Saleha lamenting and apologizing for how she treated Khizer and how she controlled Zarri and Maalik’s mathematical statement however nope, she demonstrated that once a dheet will dependably be a dheet!!!
At any rate, the show is over and I am happy that it is. It began off at a decent note yet on the grounds that the script didn’t have enough substance to legitimately top off the 17 scenes, it lost its appeal and a considerable measure of scenes began looking like fillers. I truly think the chiefs ought to give careful consideration to how they wrap the dramatization up on the grounds that they truly squander 5 – 6 scenes with pointless filler scenes and with regards to the last scene, they make a point to demonstrate that they lost enthusiasm for the show on account of which the last scene winds up resembling an after-thought. For me, the best thing about this whole dramatization was Maalik and Zarri’s comparison, their scenes and their characters. Both Shamil Khan and Erum Akhtar fulled equity to the parts that were doled out to them and made their excursion a treat to watch. Whatever remains of the on-screen characters made a not too bad showing with regards to as well however I truly think Sana Javed necessities to get a change her general styling, dialog conveyance and her identity, likewise Shehroz Sabzwari made a return after quite a while so it is baffling to see that in spite of having such an extensive amount time staring him in the face, he didn’t put it to great use and take in a few appearances and even a slight bit of acting. At any rate, please share your considerations about this scene of Mana Ka Gharana and the whole show too and likewise, thank you such a great amount for keeping the dialogs alive. 🙂