Darr Khuda Say Episode 8 – Review- Har Pal Geo
Darr Khuda Say Episode 8 has once again brought Afreen (Sana Javed) and Shahvez (Imran Abbas) in one frame together.
Darr Khuda Say Episode 8 continues the story from the last episode where a new character Raza (Hammad Farooqui) made an entry and reminded Afreen (Sana Javed) of the good old days. Directed by Anjum Shahzad, the overall episode was intriguing as the story is unfolding at a steady pace with more focus on the development of its characters.
Afreen finds herself thinking about Raza who was also instantly attracted towards her. Their interaction did bring some positive light in Afreen’s life and it also brought excitement to the story which was being dragged around Azhar (Ali Ansari) and Shehla (Nimrah Shahid).
Afreen has also decided to rejoin office considering the aftermath of Azhar’s marriage. Where she has taken this decision to support her parents, she also gets worried to face Shahvez (Imran Abbas) again after all this time.
Shahvez welcomes Afreen with a mischievous smile and he has yet again set his eyes on her. Though Imran Abbas only appeared in one scene, he did well to portray the state of mind of Shahvez after he saw his prey again in his office.
It seems like the story will finally focus on the issue of workplace harassment as Shahvez has found a perfect opportunity to make his first move.
On the other hand, Tamkeen (Kiran Haq) is getting delusional day by day. She thinks that life has been unfair to her because she easily lets other people hurt her. This is the reason why she is getting more attached to Rasheed (Saleem Mairaj) as he claims to be madly in love with her. Receiving the love and attention that she’s been craving for all her life, Tamkeen is even willing to go against her family.
Sarwat Nazeer has written the characters of Darr Khuda Say in such an exceptional way that they don’t only portray their story but also the state of mind. The story does not only focus on one issue but has subliminally talked about so many things that many people can relate in our society.
The frustration of Tamkeen, the delusional mind of Azhar and the responsible nature of Afreen, was pretty evident through the script and acting. Whereas, the character of Shahvez is very complicated to be understood in one go and this is what keeps us on the edge of our seats to find out what is going on in his mind. And for this, Imran Abbas, Sana Javed, Ali Ansari, and Kiran Haq deserve the praise.
Let’s see what this story hold us to surprise us next week.