Reviews of Emaan by Express Entertainment
Produced by Abdullah Kadwani & HuJuneun Saeed
Directed Adnan Wali Khan
Written by Zafar Miraaj
Cast:Ahsan Khan,Nitasha Ali,Sabreen Hasbaan,Jibran,Farhan Ali Agha,Munawar Saeed,Hassan Niazi
Episode: 7 and 8
Aired: June 27 and July 7
Channel: Express Entertainment
Aazi and Kathy’s nuptials seem doomed as Aazi has no money for the wedding and Aazi’s brother-in-law won’t give his sister Sakina permission to attend. Sajid’s wife Naheed goes about trying to trick Kathy by fooling her that in Pakistan, the bride has to pay for everything: outfit, jewellry, valima, etc. The innocent and gullible Kathy duly dishes out $2,000. Now with the money in hand, it seems like everything is set until the ghosts of girlfriends past come back to haunt Aazi as Sumbal is not giving up and runs away from home to be with him. Aazi’s friends then get stuck in the mess he made after Sumbal needs to be taken to the hospital, and circumstances push Sajid to fabricate a story about Sumbal being Maulvi’s wife. It’s a little implausible that Aazi’s father warmed up to Kathy the moment they met (at the end of episode 5). He keeps saying “meri beti ki shaadi hai” and is offended when Kathy gives money for the wedding because it’s his responsibility to pay for his “daughter’s” wedding. Interestingly, earlier in the episode when Aazi (his actual son), needed money for this same wedding he said he didn’t have any! I get that Kathy is much more loving than his own children have ever been but it would be more believable if their relationship had developed over some time.
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