One thing that must be said about “Yun To Hai Pyar Bohut” is that it’s a light-hearted watch. It has some dramatic characters, some dramatic situations and moments, but overall, it’s a show that keeps the audience interested and coming back for more. Quite honestly, “Yun To Hai Pyar Bohut” is an underrated show that deserves more buzz than what it has been receiving. Staring Affan Waheed, Hira Mani, Maryam Mirza, Javed Sheikh, Sabeena Syed, Nadia Hussain and others in lead roles. The story has been written by Aliya Bukhari while the drama has been directed by Kashif Saleem. Focusing on Affan Waheed and Hira Mani’s characters,
In episode 25, three major occurrences take place, which makes for an eventful episode. First, Faakhir winds up in the hospital after being thrashed by Rehan’s (Akhtar Hasnain) men for his friendship with Nazi. Nazi is now visibly worried and it’s clear that her opinion of Rehan is also changing, aside from recognizing her feelings for Faakhir. Nazi is a truly troubled character, one who has already crossed all bounds of decency and respect – and yet, one cannot help sympathizing with her, because her problems all stem from the lack of a father figure in her life, something she has always needed to keep her on a straight path. This is a frustrating character, but when one truly thinks about the psychology behind her actions, she’s a well-written one.
Second, when Nazi arrives back home, she is confronted by Rehan, who exposes their secret marriage and demands Nazi go home with him. Fortunately, Mohsin escorts Nazi home and steps in to defend Nazi, who clearly has no desire to leave with Rehan. This is an exciting moment, as Mohsin reveals himself to be Nazi and Aima’s father, something which is a revelation for Nazi. With all the chaos that ensues with Rehan wanting to physically drag Nazi home with him, Rehan acts as a shield and takes the young girl home with him.
And last, realizing all the mistakes she has made with Nazi and how blind she had become with the lure of money, Talat (Mariam Mirza) decides it’s time to rectify her mistakes. She calls Zain (Affan Waheed) and asks him to marry Aima (Hira Mani), praying the two have the happy ending they deserve. This is a beautiful moment, because all the walls that have been put up around Aima and Zain’s relationship fall down in an instant. Aima finally allows herself to be happy and trust the man she has loved all along. Aima may have been a difficult character all along, but like Nazi, she also had her reasons. She has always been the backbone of the family, the practical one, the one who had to do what was right for her family – and so while her actions seemed cruel and unnecessary, they have been necessary for her to protect herself. It’s beautiful to see Aima and Zain together, Zain’s patience finally paying off as he gets the woman he has always loved and supported.
There is a ridiculous moment in the episode where Aima is confronted by Noor and Roohi over Nazi’s affair with Rehan – and instead of realizing how wrong her sister is, Aima gets bent out of shape over the comment at Nazi being a salesgirl. This is a facepalm moment. Honestly, this is an Affan Waheed show all around. It’s Affan Waheed who has the most lovable character, one that the audience not only roots for, but a man who is everything a supportive, loving partner (and friend) should be. Hira Mani also offers solid support. It appears as though the story is moving towards a wrapping-up point, meaning the finale is either next week or the week after.