The fact that the cast have said that you brought such deep insights into the story really says it all! BTW, how cool would it be if the actors in fact did bring up this blog on the live show.. Jhoola — swing, representing restlessness Falak thinking about Salman forgetting their anniversary, how could he, etc , representing indecision what should I do now, whom to talk to, how to solve this issue , representing the human mind that jumps from one thought to another in a fraction of a second, unsettled, swinging between practical and illogical, between rational and irrational… Jhoola also representing the swinging fortunes of the characters — Falak getting Salman, Falak losing Salman, Salman getting Tabinda, Salman losing Tabinda, Falak the infatuated, Falak the obsessed to Falak who is calmness personified, Falak who was rich in the materialistic sense to Falak rich in the spiritual sense… 2. So clearly I have a lot to learn from Afia! It would be nothing without him. A journey of discovery — of oneself, those around us and the ultimate zaat which we all endeavour to find but few do.
Conference of the birds is a personal favorite — everytime I go back to it I find new things in it — a book worth every penny and truly a treasure — do check it out — would love to know your thoughts on it! I feel that Mehrunissa should not take the blame for what has happened to her daughter. I guess the same could be said about Salman who left a wife like Falak for Tabinda. I was jokin about the falak thing. There are always those who you can never make happy because they have a very set mind about their favorite characters and stories are supposed to look on screen. It always feel so good when our fav celebrities interact with us through the blog and share their experiences. Be it Hina, Samina Peerzada or Sarmad we were constantly debating scenes, everyone had their own take on religion, on spirituality..
However, I do not fully agree with that dialogue whether Umera wrote it or not.
Most 5 year olds are shy around strangers and here you were telling off people at the door! Jhoola also representing the swinging fortunes of the characters — Falak getting Salman, Falak losing Salman, Salman getting Tabinda, Salman losing Tabinda, Falak the infatuated, Falak the obsessed to Falak who is episove personified, Falak who was rich in the materialistic sense to Falak rich in the rpisode sense….
Maria, tum kya cheez ho? L — life, love, light. Towards the end of the play, we saw Falak too becoming much calmer, her reactions were more tempered, more subdued than before….
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I had originally hoped that once she signed the divorce papers, Falak would never look back. Indeed only perfection is Allah. There were so many discussions. I saw Mahira for the first time in Humsafar and I thought she was the perfect Khirad.
He finds himself asking pretty much the same questions that Falak has asked of him so many eons ago: And the last time I checked umera ahmed wrote most of the screenplay. I googled serizl like shehr e zaat review sz thinking it was a long shot and found this blog! As for the dialogues I guess they were written that waythats why they said them like that only to show how everything in the future changed so drastically.
All the best always! And and the beautiful use of mirrors. That too privately with Sarmad.
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As she so very eloquently puts it, it may not be easy to forgive, but it is even harder to acknowledge mistakes and to own up to the error sbehr our ways. Miss plays like this.
There was not a single interesting call and Momina gave zero credit to Sarmad,maybe she was angry at him for not coming or whatever but a good friendship seemingly i guess has come to end. It gave us a mirror to reflect upon our own selves and I hope we continue doing that even after Sez is not there to remind us each weel. Thanks again SZ for all the wonderful reviews every week. We are all humbled by the response. Sorry if ever I did not live up to your expectations, I will continue to work harder.
I cannot imagine anyone else playing it. Even Nani had expectations from her family, which led to so many arguments and eye-rolls between her, her daughter and granddaughter. Will try to write more often, IA. Sez has shenr its own class.
I really hope people pick up the right message! But hopefully they will all calm down as time goes on.
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It is a very unique name! More articles by admin. Just comes to show how great you are at what you do! Your comments have helped explain so much and clarify so many of our confusions about the going ons in SeZ. Falak was nothing without nani.
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How far along we are in our journey and how much more to go is entirely dependent on us, the mirror has been held up — are we willing to step out of the rat race and pause long enough to see the truth reflecting back at us?
Nadia Afgan was the surprise package here — what an absolute delight she is! The meaningful, beautiful dialogues which brought out the spirit of the play. A — Allah, actions, answers.
And how do we get from confusion episodw clarity? Close Window Loading, Please Wait! And how do we do that? He was just so cool. The dramas are probably trying to show a certain message but they leave it open ended for people as well, and i think this drama was a perfect example of that to some extent.