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Ishq Tamasha Episode 20 Review: What’s next?

Week after week you just fall more for this drama because it offers you a reprieve from the current world, where you can just tune into Ishq Tamasha and forget the tensions for a while. Ishq Tamasha has this general good feeling about it, watching it you don’t feel stressed out. The plot is light, although filled with its shares of intensities, yet it comes off as simple, without much glitches and that is what we believe to be its beauty.

Top off a good story with some exceptional performances and you have Ishq Tamasha. Junaid Khan, delivers amazingly well as Mehrab, nailing not only his personality but his expressions and demeanor as well. Kinza Hashmi is another winner and so is Saba Faisal as chachi jan, whom we have grown to hate.


Well nothing much happened this week except that Rushna still doesn’t let Mehrab’s attitude dampen her spirits and she goes on and on about how she wants to make him happy. But being a woman, she has sensed the attraction between Mirha and Mehrab and when she tries to confront him about it, rather openly, Mehrab shuts her down, right there.

On the other hand Wahaaj apologizes from Mirha however she asks him to take a stand and put everything to rest. Also Mirha has become confident and thinks of working to support herself, perhaps Mehrab’s personality has rubbed off on her.

By the way Wahaaj is acting around Mirha, it seems he now wants her back in his life but Mirha now appears to be unmoved. The attraction Mirha and Mehrab shared has dimmed the flames Wahaaj set off in Mirha earlier.


Well Mehraab on the other hand is badly missing Mirha  and he wants to call her. He is continuously ignoring Rushna, who is adamant to get his attention.  Rushna also calls her mother and tells her that Mirha has influenced her husband somehow. Now after hearing this will Chachi makes Mirha’s life worse than it was before ? Will Wahaaj take any step to protect Mirha from his mother’s wrath ? Will Mehraab contact Mirha? Watch the next episode to know more, only on Hum TV every Sunday at 8pm.



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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