Cheekh Last Episode ARY Digital-Review
Cheekh Last Episode brings an emotionally intense and vicious closure wrapped up with layers of strong social messages. The eye-popping grand-finale gives us goosebumps followed by optimist feelings and the eye-watering climax.
Cheekh Last episode kicks off with the court proceedings which includes Mannat (Saba Qamar) as the prosecutor. Well, Mannat in an immense subtle way exposes Wajih (Bilal Abbas) by providing strong shreds of evidence. Mannat, as a matter of fact, plays an emotional trick with Wajih, and therefore, he confesses everything. However, he is convicted of murder and is sentenced to death. In the end, before dying he seeks forgiveness from his siblings whereas Mannat finally gets peace.
Cheekh finally ends with a terrific episode: how mind-blowing the court sequence is and how well Saba Qamar’s dialogues have been penned by the writer Zanjabeel Asim. Each aspect of the episode; be it sound department or post-production m or performance; all compliment each other, resulting in a fabulous spine-chilling episode.
Besides, the emotional part of the episode also leaves us in tears specifically when Haya and Yawar meet Wajih for the last time. I think the last episode has done justice with the play by making us acquainted with not only the fact that “truth and justice prevail” but also by articulating the defects in the society: how unprincipled family support can turn an optimal human being into a monster.
The episode belongs to Saba Qamar and Bilal Abbas: they have had been the cornerstones of Cheekh and it seems that their respective roles were made for them. Azikeh Daniel displays supreme emotions and she is the one who is going to make you cry through genuine sentiments. Moreover, Aijaz Aslam also illustrates that he is the actual master of performing.
Overall, the drama has ended on an extremely positive note, although the maximum of the narrative was dragged in-between, however, it managed to get better over time. Cheekh not only educates about good and bad but also tells us that how tough yet gorgeous the journey of truth is. Thanks to the director Badar Mehmood for giving us a magnum opus and we are surely going to remember Cheekh: Saba as one-woman-army, Emad as a supportive husband, Bilal as a magical performer and Azikeh as a versatile actress.