Meher Posh the drama serial running at GEO Entertainment has aired its another episode, the play besides being an intense love story makes no sense at some places. There was too much negativity in this play and Shakeela Chachi’s absence from the scene is now a huge relief, the episode seems less toxic. Ayeza Khan and Danish Taimoor both are giving brilliant performances in this episode and Ali Abbas’s performance is also very impressive.
The episode begins when Shah Jahan’s mother is insulting Mehru shaming her marital status saying that no matter what she does, she is never going to allow a divorcee to marry her son. On one hand, she is hating Mehru so much and on the other hand, she is showering her love to Ayat who is her sister and from the same family. Why so much discrimination? It is certainly making no sense.
Ayat’s is fantasizing to be Shah Jahan’s bride and for that, she is taking great care of Shah Jahan’s mother and his house. She is the one who is hoping that Shah Jahan’s mother will get impressed by her care and service that she will eventually make her Shah Jahan’s bride. Well, it seems that she is not being that wrong and Shah Jahan’s mother seems to be fond of her.
Naeem’s situation is extremely sad one but his attitude truly makes him deserve this pain. Shakeela Chachi has seeded the doubts in his mind but the way he used to insult Mehru and her family, trashing her in front of her neighbors and on-street even after divorcing him is reflecting his indecent and ugly self. Mehru’s father dies because of his insensitivity and now he wants to compensate for all this damage. The way her mother meets Mehru and offers that Naeem will bear all the expenses of her marriage is like torturing the poor Mehru even more. It is not helping her.
Mehru has developed some soft corner for Shah Jahan, she has realized that he has been beside her all the time. However, Shah Jahan’s mother does not spare any moment to insult Mehru and Shah Jahan has sensed this hatred for Mehru in her mother’s eyes and tone. He clearly tells her mother that she should correct her tone otherwise she will going to lose her son. Will Shah Jahan be ever able to make his mother accept Mehru as her daughter in law?