Inkaar Episode 12 Review – As Thrilling As It Can Get!
Sky is the limit in Inkaar Episode 12
Inkaar episode 12 combines the best actors in the business with the most creative writer and thinking director and you get Inkaar, the 12th episode of which took the story forward. Imran Ashraf’s Rehan Chaudhary may have taken refuge in his mother’s village but Sami Khan’s Shayan Malik gets to him, but the result is different because Inkaar is different.
Sami Khan, Rehan Sheikh lead performance pack
The look on Sami Khan’s face when he finally gets to see Rehan Chaudhary or the helplessness of Rehan Sheikh’s character, everything about the episode was near perfect. For the first time in the drama, everyone is angry because of their perception of what is true and what isn’t. Yumna Zaidi also does well in her limited scenes considering she is the victim here who no one seems to trust, except her father.
The twists and turns Inkaar Episode 12
Noor ul Hasan’s character who plays Shayan’s dad didn’t have much to do till now. He was shown as a master at his game i.e. deception. The way he twists the facts and lies through his teeth raises the bar to new heights. Be it the mothers of both the guys or Hajra, they all give a fantastic performance. Some might not find the reaction of Hajra’s mother acceptable but trust me, this does happen to the best of us.
Inkaar Episode 12 has its moments
Imran Ashraf might have less scenes in the episode but he steals the show whenever the camera focuses on him. His character was shown to be thrown out of his ancestral home and earned the wrath of his biological mom for the right reasons. The scene where Shayan finally catches him up shows the brilliance of both the actors. The angry guy and the deceptive one, in one frame!
Direction at its best
Kashif Nisar must be commended for his extraordinary and keen sense of direction. Everything from the performances to the background score fits well with the director’s vision and the writer’s script. Every character has now come out in the open with daggers drawn at each other. What remains to be seen is what legal course do the victim’s take and who stands with them, and who doesn’t.