Tere Bin Episode-13 and 14 Review: Meerub continues to prove herself to be so mean!
Murtasim being allergic to fish, takes a fatal risk
Tere Bin the 7th Sky Entertainment production is no less than a star-plus serial with all the essential Masala. The best part of this serial is the highly entertaining content and the sizzling chemistry between Wahaj Ali and Yumna Zaidi. In the previous episodes, we enjoyed Muratism and Meerub’s electrifying chemistry. In these episodes, it is shown that Meerub also gets impressed by Murtasim and her heart for once skips a beat for him. However, Meerub happens to be too mean!
Meerub is quite toxic despite knowing the fact that Murtasim is allergic to fish she cooks fish items for him. As Murtasim is already smitten by his wife, he could not say no to Meerub when she offers him fish to eat. Murtasim fully knows why Meerub is making him eat fish and he also knows its consequences still he happily takes it. Well, it could prove to be a fatal risk.
Meerub cares for Murtasim this thing is clear, her heart goes out for Murtasim when he has started puking. She goes straight to her father’s room and pleads with him to save Murtasim. The next day Haya makes a hue and cries over Meerub deliberately making Murtasim eat fish knowing that it could risk his life. The way Murtasim takes a stand for his wife taking the whole blame on himself makes him a solid guy but later Meerub’s rudeness makes her a mean character!
I find Meerub’s character too annoying whereas Murtasim (If we forgive and forget that slap) is quite a solid and charming character. Well in episode 14 Murtasim disappointed us in a place when Murtasim let Haya enter his room and he bit opens up with her about his relationship with Meerub. He should not have discussed with her his relationship with Meerub. By the way how conveniently Haya enters her married cousin’s bedroom and sits on his bed while he is lying what kind of Peer family is this?
Meerub getting jealous and possessive about Murtasim speak volumes about her feelings for him. The way Meerub tells Haya to stay away from Murtasim because she is married to him depicts nothing but her possessiveness towards him. Haya is not coming slow! By the way, Meerub’s styling in this play is quite poor where as Haya’s styling is on point. The ending scenes were again too engaging when Murtasim confesses his love for Meerub and for a moment Meerub’s heart skips a beat too but then later she being mean reminds herself that she hates Murtasim! Why Meerub why?