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Ishq Tamasha Episode 9 Review: A New Chapter Is About To Begin!

How will Mehrab pay for what he has done to Mirha!


I’ll just get straight to the point, Misbah Nosheen has a winner of a story on her hands with Ishq Tamasha. This is entirely a feel good story, where no matter what happens on the screen, you’re left with a sense of satisfaction and a smile on your face. Its like you know, everything will fall into place because the drama is just so good you cannot expect something bad to happen. And therefore there is no doubting the fact that its now trending on number 1 in Pakistan.


Danish Nawaz’s direction has given life to the story Misbah wrote and under his vision, Junaid Khan, Aiman Khan, Saba Faisal, Kinza Hashmi and Faizan Khawaja have delivered just as expected.

So, we have finally reached to a point where things have started falling into place. The misunderstanding Mehrab had regarding Mirha has been cleared but her reputation is completely ruined. Chachi jan shuts the door on her face once Mehrab takes Mirha back after Arham explains she is not the one.

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And now since Mehrab destroyed everything for her and Mirha doesn’t have a place to go, even though Rushna pleaded with her mother, he is the one responsible for her and therefore after much convincing has Mirha agreed to go with him.

Our favorite part of the story has now begun. We have Junaid Khan and Aiman Khan dominating scenes now. This week, Mehrab’s guilt was convincingly conveyed by Junaid Khan. Aiman Khan has been great in her portrayal of Mirha, the vulnerable, yet the defiant girl.


So how will things fall in to place? Will Mehrab eventually fall in love with Mirha, considering he actually fell for her in the first place? What will become of Rushna and Arham? Rushna hates Arham more than ever for doing this to her sister? How will Arham convince Rushna? To find out, we’ll have to stay a bit more focused on this favorite drama of ours, Ishq Tamasha, every Sunday, at 8pm on Hum TV.

the authorRameeza 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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