Darr Khuda Say Episode 14 & 15 – Review – Har Pal Geo
Darr Khuda Say Episode 14 & 15 was an emotionally overwhelming episode with Sana Javed and Imran Abbas Stealing the Show!
Darr Khuda Say Episode 14 and 15 aired together on Tuesday with so many thought-provoking scenes. Directed by Anjum Shahzad, the story is unveiling its many shades with a fast pace, leaving us questioning our surroundings and people around us in disguise.
Sana Javed and Imran Abbas Address a Sensitive Issue in An Intriguing Manner
Sana Javed as Afreen and Imran Abbas as Shahvez once again left us in awe with their amazing performances. Where Afreen is currently stuck in a depressing and helpless situation, Shahvez is trying to take the most advantage out of this.
Afreen sees no option but to agree with Shahvez over everything in order to get out of the fake pictures controversy he plotted himself. She’s losing her reputation in the workplace as Shahvez forces her to go out on lunches and keeps calling her inside his room. Her only friend Asia has also started to doubt her, and she now taunts her for being close to Shahvez.
Shahvez is happy to have control over Afreen and he’s been successful in manipulating her so far. Imran Abbas is the most handsome villain of this season who is currently ruling over our screens with his wickedness. The versatile actor has proved that he’s capable of playing any role just fine, be it of a lover or a bad guy who blackmails women for his own benefits.
However, it was really sad to see Afreen in a helpless state knowing her character after all this time. Sana Javed truly deserves all the praises for playing this role and portraying the emotions of every woman who have gone through a similar situation.
Kiran Haq as Tamkeen is Surely Winning Hearts!
Tamkeen’s behavior gets even ruder with the whole family after her father (Qavi Khan) rejected the proposal of Rasheed (Saleem Mairaj).
The fact that Rasheed was shown as a serious and responsible man was another refreshing aspect of this story. Instead of playing with Tamkeen’s emotion and taking advantage of her loneliness, he approached her family with a proposal. However, he took his insult really seriously and has now gone back to his village to his first wife.
Losing the only spark of hope in her life, Tamkeen is going through emotional outrage. Kiran Haq is doing an impeccable job in portraying her frustration, state of mind and her bluntness that makes her the most prominent character in the whole family.
In Hyderabad, Raza ( Hammad Farooqui) is also in a hopeless situation as his mother doesn’t agree with his choice to marry Afreen. After finding out that Raza is getting engaged to his cousin, Afreen becomes even more hopeless considering everything that’s going on in her life at the moment.
Written by Sarwat Nazeer, Darr Khuda Say is the much-needed story of this time. Where it keeps us entertained with a bit of family drama, it is also making us question the society we live in. From talking about workplace harassment and blackmailing to get benefits to addressing petty issues that ruin the happiness of a house, this story has a lot to offer. We cannot wait to find out how Afreen will get herself out of this miserable situation.