Muhabbat Tujhe Alvida is a Hum TV Network drama starring Zahid Ahmad, Sonya Hussayn, and Mansha Pasha. Muhabbat Tujhe Alvida Ep 2 & 3 were fast-paced and well-executed. The drama is getting better and better with time. Here is Muhabbat Tujhe Alvida Ep 2 & 3 Review:
As we reviewed Muhabbat Tujhe Alvide Ep 1 here, Our Cool Logical and Loving Shahan (Zahid Ahmad) has resigned from his job due to his behavior that he was continuously exhibiting while facing her boss Shafaq (Mansha Pasha). The opening scene of Episode 2 with Ulfat (Sonya Hussayn) was a good sight as both were looking serious over the situation. The chemistry between the couple was on point in that very scene. Both were showing their support and solidarity with each other no matter how difficult the time will come.
Meanwhile, Shafaq (Mansha Pasha) character is unfolding that she is not that perfectionist as she was pretending to be in the first episode. She was discussing with her father (Javed Sheikh) the matter of Shahan aka Zahid Ahmad. In the first scene of the episode, Javed Sheikh was seen making Nihari for her daughter Shafaq. This very scene was beautiful and depict the love of a father for her daughter especially when he is a single parent.
The Episode progresses with Ulfat Arranged “Ayat Karima” for Shahan’s job and further Shafaq Calls Shahan in order to allow him to rejoin the office. As Shahan rejoins, one thing remains a riddle, Why Shahan acts exactly opposite in the office as he was acting in the home, or is it Ulfat who outshines his certain moves and acts which were so prominent in the scenes with the office. One thing is concrete, that Shafaq is definitely developing a soft corner for Shahan.
The episode 2 is surely remembered for Jhumka Saga 😀 yes! the epic jhumka saga just got real in this episode. Although the whole Jhumka Saga was unreal after watching episode 3, I think it was valid to show how much Shahan loves Ulfet as he bears everything which most of the men didn’t bear in our society. The whole scene was performed flawlessly by the performers Zahid Ahmad And Sonya Hussayn.
It was understood that Shahan was robed how could he brought her Gold Jewelry, but no Ulfet character was written as she believes blindly in Shahan as he said the jewels are real and she believed. The reaction shouldn’t be that extreme but it seemed that it was necessary to show that side of her in the episode.
In the third episode, it was all good and normal between Shahan and Ulfat. Both are back to their routines. There was another prize bond scene but thank God it was short and brief compared to the one in the first episode. In the 3rd Episode, the drama progresses a little bit and other characters were given appropriate screen time with the lead pair.
It was shown that somehow Shafaq’s past is disturbing due to her broken or failed marriage which was apparently the decision of her father. Another Major development was heart attack to Shafaq’s Father (Javed Sheikh) as her daughter was busy in the meeting, Shahan being a responsible human being took care of ailing Shafaq’s Father. Meanwhile, Shahan is struggling in search of a new job after being fired.
Shafaq didn’t like this act of him and terminated him from the job. Shahan was heartbroken and so as Ulfat. when things unfolded it was clear that the mistake lies with Shafaq’s spontaneous move in rage. She realized it later. She saw Ulfet’s photo on Shahan’s workstation, as she saw her in a mall she immediately recognized her and borrowed a few minutes of her. Shafaq wants to apologize on her behavior and wished to get Shahan back on work. She requested Ulfet to support her over this matter.
The pace of the serial is good and the character development is also on point. There are some shots which are worth watching. The direction is on point as well as the cast has done really well. Next Episode review will be posted in the coming days. Overall Muhabbat Tujhe Alvida is an emotional play so far with some brilliant Performances.
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Reviewed by: Arooj Fatima (The Writer is a staff member and a critic)