Danish Taimoor and Madiha Imam Outshine in Mera Rab Waris’ 31st Episode
One of 7th Sky Entertainment’s masterpieces, Mera Rab Waris is a drama that has been winning hearts since its first episode went on air. 31 episodes down and this drama is still keeping the audience hooked to it thanks to the phenomenal onscreen chemistry between the lead pair Haris and Ayesha and their beautiful dialogues, amazing performances, and impressive direction.
Last night’s episode was another brilliant one of Mera Rab Waris, which took the story forward to some extent, while Danish Taimoor and Madiha Imam outshone in the entire episode.
It has so many intense moments that would keep you on the edge, but it mainly focuses on the conflict between Haris and Ayesha. Haris tries his best to convince Ayesha of his loyalty and after he fails to do so, he asks her to do istikhara and ask God about how sincere and loyal he is to her. The two are together again by the end of the episode and the emotionally intense scene has been done so well by the lead pair, it makes you want to give them a round of applause.
While Haris and Ayesha are trying to resolve their conflicts, Ayla and Haris’s mother take full advantage of the situation and try to make matters worse between the two. On the other hand, Nimra is trying hard to find out more about Faizi’s past and who the girl was that he loved for so long, but she remains unsuccessful.
However, the preview of the next episode reveals that she will find out ultimately about Faizi being in love with Ayesha and let’s see what turn the story will take after this discovery.
Coming to the performances, Danish Taimoor and Madiha Imam have been truly amazing last night. The heartbreak that both had been going through was portrayed by them in such a brilliant manner that we could feel for both of them. The dialogues have been beautifully written and made it a treat to watch this episode.
Let’s hope the coming episodes make this drama further interesting to tune into and we can see Haris and Ayesha come out of their dilemmas unscathed.
Written for PMR By Mehwish A. Wahid