This second episode of Sar-e-Rah was simply as participating, empowering, fast-paced, and visually pleasing as the primary one. The author managed to get his message throughout with the utmost ease and precision all through this episode. I have to say that regardless that I knew that the author was going to inform different folks’s tales by means of Rania, the deal with Muzna’s (Sunita Marshall) story was the shock factor for me. I used to be anticipating Rania’s story to remain central but it surely appears as if we shall be watching her story from her skilled life’s perspective and never the non-public one. I have to say that I missed watching Rania’s interactions along with her household however I do perceive why the author thought it was extra vital to shift the main target to Muzna. It’s the solely manner that he can inform totally different tales in a single episode.
This episode opened with Rania and Muzna’s first interplay. Rania went from judging Muzna to trusting her and liking her because the story progressed. By the top of this episode Muzna and Rania weren’t simply pals but in addition companions in a manner. I liked how rapidly Rania modified her opinion about this girl she barely knew however was open-minded sufficient to present her the good thing about doubt. Despite the fact that this was Muzna’s story for me Rania’s character stood out on this episode as nicely. It’s such a well-etched-out character; she isn’t overly daring, not ‘too’ type however thoughtful sufficient, and most significantly she comes throughout as a optimistic one that doesn’t consider in stereotypes in any respect. Saba Qamar nailed this character but once more on this episode and her on-screen chemistry with Sunita Marshall made their interactions much more healthful. Sunita Marshall is an distinctive performer who provides grace to each character she performs subsequently she was the right selection for taking part in this function. It was nevertheless not too nice watching Mikaal Zulfiqar play yet one more character that he has performed so many occasions earlier than. He has been enjoying the poisonous husband who at all times fails to make his marriages work for the longest time!
By way of Muzna’s story, the author highlighted a difficulty that isn’t the subject material of Pakistani dramas usually; everybody needs a health care provider bahu however most individuals count on these bahus to depart their career and use their information just for the good thing about the household they’re married into! The household which chooses to marry their son to this physician bahu due to her diploma and training dictates to her as if she has no knowledge or thoughts of her personal. Additionally, the author confirmed how flawed the idea is that certified folks ought to solely work in the event that they wanted cash. Muzna’s character was that of an informed, polished, and clever younger girl who forgets what she is able to due to the best way she is handled by her mother-in-law particularly. Other than that, her husband lets her bear the brunt as a substitute of telling his mom the reality. This was such a great way of exhibiting how toxicity and psychological abuse is accepted as a norm by many ladies akin to Muzna who can simply step out and construct a lifetime of their very own. It additionally went to point out the sort of exploitation such ladies are subjected to by the so-called ‘khandani’ households they’re married into. Despite the fact that the husband was clearly the one at fault, he had an ‘ally’ in his mom and I might completely see him getting married a second time simply to show that there was nothing flawed with him.
By way of this story, the author additionally confirmed how adoption is regarded down upon in our society. The episode as a complete additionally confirmed the judgmental perspective of society and the way most frequently even ladies akin to Muzna are compelled to do one thing they don’t need to due to the pressures. Despite the fact that Muzna didn’t need to give that child away, she did attempt to do it. In a while, she took a call she might have taken earlier however was not in the appropriate psychological state to take action. The scene on the mall during which that auntie tells Muzna off actually resonated with me! It’s so true that the majority of us are continually judging others and anticipating their actions to match our personal perceptions, ideas, and experiences.
I actually appreciated the scene during which Muzna leaves the newborn with Rania when she goes to get milk for her. Rania doubts Muzna, and wonders if she was going to get into bother for serving to her however nonetheless continues believing in her. This confirmed that Rania was not ‘excellent’, she was fully able to doubting somebody as nicely however she didn’t immediately move judgment or decide. If Rania didn’t resolve to assist Muzna, issues might have been so totally different for her.
There have been some facets of this episode that made me query Muzna’s determination to start with. Why couldn’t she speak to her husband about this beforehand? Can a married girl legally undertake with out the consent of her partner? If she had determined to undertake this child, why was she no more ‘ready’ for it. I believe that these are a number of the angles on this specific monitor that wanted slightly extra rationalization. Nonetheless, the best way this monitor was used to lift so many massive and small points was undoubtedly on level. Rania’s reactions all through this episode revealed extra about her persona and character. It’s at all times refreshing watching a drama exhibiting ladies supporting one another. Rania continues to be the star of the present; Saba Qamar owns this character and he or she clearly loved performing it. Tonight’s episode of Sar-e-Rah belonged to all these physician bahus who’ve a lot to supply but they someway overlook their very own potential.
This was one other empowering story confirmed brilliantly on-screen. The idea and the execution have been good. I’m wanting ahead to the following story. The out of doors scenes needed to be the very best side of the execution. In contrast to many different dramas, you don’t really feel ‘suffocated’ whereas watching Sar-e-Rah as a result of the director has dared to make use of a big canvas versus limiting himself. I’m so glad that Sar-e-Rah is getting the eye it deserves as a result of the primary episode didn’t take off instantly however this one already has a powerful variety of views. Additionally, I’m questioning why this drama is airing at 9pm as a result of it undoubtedly deserves the primetime slot. Am I the one one who missed Rania’s interactions along with her household on this episode?