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Neem Episode-8 Review: Karamat Khan set to occupy Salawa’s lands by making fake documents

Zimmal is broken to hear that she cannot experience motherhood

Neem the Hum TV serial has down with its 8 episodes. The play has taken quite a tragic turn with the revelation that Zimmal cannot become a mother. The performance by Mawra Hocane is simply outstanding. In the previous episode, we have seen that Zimmal cannot experience motherhood in her life. In this episode, it is shown that Zimmal is struggling to absorb this fact. Karamat Khan on the other hand has made fake documents to capture Salawa’s lands.

Zimmal herself visits that doctor where she learns that she cannot become a mother in her life, her case is quite hopeless. Zimmal is devastated to hear this, she shares this news with Shizal who gives her hope. He says that they will go for further checkups. Zimmal conducted further tests and the results are the same her case is hopeless. Here Arsalan Naseer has given quite a flat performance with flat expressions.

Ashad in America is busy in his life, he is working hard. He has no idea that his mother is suffering from cancer. Ashad’s friend insisting him to do a paper marriage but he does not want to do any such thing. Ashad has to renew his Visa and for his stay, he has either to do a paper marriage or he has to do exit and entry again not initially he does not want to visit Pakistan but then he makes his mind to visit Pakistan.

Karamat Khan how strange it is that in this whole episode, there is no mention of his leg pain. He hires a lawyer to get back the land from Salawa that his father has allotted them in his life. The lawyer suggests making fake documents and for that, he needs his father’s thumb impression and signature. He recalls that a few years back he has by trick taken his father’s signature and thumb impressions on a blank paper.

Zimmal is broken. She gets the idea that if she cannot become a mother there are a lot of kids out there who have no parents. She is seriously thinking of adopting a child. She excitingly shares this idea with Shizal who very strongly reacts to it, telling her that he cannot make any child his own. Further Shizal is being too rude during the flow of arguments he starts blaming Zimmal for not being able to give him a child. His words were “Problem tum mai hai” Shizal will surely going to be sorry for his words. Our heart goes out to poor Zimmal.

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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