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Ishq Tamasha Episode 16 Review: Its payback time for Rushna!

The much loved drama serial Ishq Tamasha’s 16th episode went on air yesterday and it stays as engaging as ever with some really interesting twists coming our way.  Mirha has been again put into a homeless situation, because phupho throws her out of the house, blaming her for Arham’s death. And there’s nothing more she can do about it.

The episode begins when Wahaaj announces Rushna’s wedding as soon as possible, Rushna as she is portrayed as the most mean and  selfish girl realizes that Ayesha’s khala’s son Muraad is far worse than Arham. At least Arham is rich so he can fulfill her dreams and therefore  just for sake of her own self, she dials Arham number,  not even 1% guilty about whatever she did with him.


Out of desperation Rushna calls Arham and isn’t even shocked when Mehrab answers his phone. She gets straight to the point and Mehrab calls her for a meeting.

Mehraab hides Arham’s death news from Rushna and proposes her. Rushna is on cloud nine. Here we’d like to specially mention Junaid Khan as Mehrab because he nailed his expressions. Mehrab is all set to avenge Arham’s death and he has this plot in his mind perhaps. The demeanor Junaid Khan displayed was amazing, his face said something else, his eyes said something else. Superb performance by Khan here and of course amazing direction by Danish Nawaz to have extracted such a wonderful performance out of his actors.



Mirha, on the other hand is homeless and gets into an accident. Upon discovering this, Mehrab rushes to meet her too. What exactly is cooking between Mehrab and Mirha? What will happen? Misbah Nosheen’s story keeps getting more interesting by the minute. Kinza Hashmi and Junaid Khan happen to be the highlight of Ishq Tamasha and we’re eager to see more from the duo, next Sunday, at 8pm only on Hum TV.


Rameeza Nasim

Rameeza Nasim, a Paralian, passionate about poetry, drama and fiction. By giving drama critiques I feel like I am endorsing the writer's message to the audiences, I love my job. Being a critic responsibility lies on my shoulders to point out the flaws and shortcomings of the play be it on writer's , performers or director's end . I did my Masters in English Literature and Linguistics .

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