Tuesday Drama Reviews: Do Bol Vs Kam Zarf Vs Mere Humdum

Kam Zarf (GEO) Mastermind Productions

Now that most of the siblings are happily engaged or married, Aima begins to feel the sharp pangs of jealousy. Asim and Azar now know of Nouman as well and try to take Aima’s side by having Nouman come and ask for her hand, but Nouman is disliked by the entire family.

This episode lacked the diverse characterization of previous episodes since it only focused on Nouman’s cunning nature and Aima’s ignorance of reality. Every other episode has an adequate screen time for most of the characters but this one was solely focused on two of the most disliked characters of the drama.

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Moreover, the unnecessary dramatic soundtrack makes everything seem too over-done, as it runs every time even something minute happens. The characters other than Nouman and Aima are likeable enough and the actors have put a lot of effort into their scenes but Kam Zarf’s family drama genre does not offer anything new in its direction style or storyline.

Mere Humdum (HUM Tv) MD Productions

Finally the secret that Haris had been so desperately keeping comes out this episode as Osama finds out that the problem is with Haris, and reveals this to Warda. The revelation of this major secret was done pretty well as the hints had always been there but everything comes together perfectly to reveal the secret.

In that case the way the scene was directed was wonderful: Osama finding the documents in Haris’ office and Haris’ subsequent phone conversation were very well-paced. Things have started heating up in Meray Humdam and hopefully the way this episode was directed is how upcoming episodes pan out as well because this was a genuinely enjoyable episode with the perfect mix of drama and emotions.

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Do Bol (ARY) Six Sigma Plus and Next Level Entertainment

Somehow Do Bol manages to outdo its last episode constantly! Things start looking up for Gaiti as she meets Kiran and later moves in with her mother Jahan Ara. Surprisingly Firdous and Zafar have become one the best characters in the drama because of how important their roles have become in the events transpiring.

I actually am beginning to like Firdous as the antagonist since her plotting and planning are what moves the story forward in the first place. On the other side, both Gaiti and Badar are extremely well-rounded characters and the heart and soul of the drama.

Affan Waheed and Hira Mani play them so naturally that every dialogue and line seems believable and instilled with emotion! The set of the drama is especially beautiful and is reminiscent of older Pakistani dramas, giving it a vintage air. And of course, the way some of the scenes are shot and directed in every episode are so unique and breathtaking! Do Bol is truly a delight for someone who has an eye out for such details in the small scenes and overall has a great story to follow.

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Do Bol is the winner this Tuesday and is creating waves by outdoing itself every episode! The good thing is that now it airs on consecutive days and you don’t have to wait long for another episode. And the fact that Do Bol has managed to keep each episode interesting despite the consecutive airing is impressive.

Kam Zarf and Meray Humdam had good episodes this week as well but they lack the same polished vibe that Do Bol has!

What did you think of Tuesday dramas? Let me know in the comments!

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Umaima Munir is a film and theatre nerd who is extremely passionate about well-written scripts. Her love for television stems from days of watching old PTV dramas such as Andhera Ujala.


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