Surkh Chandni Episode 6 ARY Digital – Review

Surkh Chandni Episode 6

Surkh Chandni Episode 6 encompasses plenty of mind-blowing developments which have mushroomed the charm of the play. Moreover, a few new subplots are being introduced which will eventually make the play more crispy and interesting.

Surkh Chandni Episode 6

Surkh Chandni episode 6 begins with vengeful Ayda (Sohai Ali Abro) who attempts to kill Jawad (Asad Siddiqui); therefore gets arrested. Afterward, Amaan (Osman Khalid Butt) tries to bail her out but fails to do so owing to legal and financial complications. However, Safeena (Huma Nawab) motivates his son and they decide to talk to Jawad for case withdrawal. Hence, the cunning Jawad agrees on the condition that Amaan would bow before him. Anyhow Ayda gets home whereas Jawad decides to marry Shumaila (Mansha Pasha) and starts investing in his bond with her.

Surkh Chandni Episode 6

The episode leaves us in awe completely; the writer Asma Nabeel utilizes her perceptual dexterity to bring on more avenues to the plot. Each frame is natural and the cohesion between the scenes is right on the dots. Moreover, Jawad’s inclination towards Shumaila is the best thing happened so far in the play and it has saved the play from getting clichéd. The imprisonment sequence gives you chills but there are certain loopholes in the execution of the police station sequence. How can a lawyer be unaware of the legal mechanisms: this glitch has not been cleared rightly.

Surkh Chandni Episode 6

The episode explicitly belongs to Huma Nawab; her powerful character enshrines hope and positivity. How beautifully she delivers numerous messages of faith and optimism. Osman Khalid Butt also gives his best whereas Asad Siddiqui’s impact is booming day by day. Mansha Pasha is immensely genuine in her part while Sohai Ali Abro has less screen appearance. Well, the plot is undergoing unusual changes which are going to make the play more interesting and cherishing.

Surkh Chandni Episode 6

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