We Wish These Pakistani 4 Dramas We Wish To End Right Now!
Pakistani dramas are good as long as they stay away from unnecessary politics, ridiculous plot twists, and adding stories & characters that have been done to death. Many times, we start watching a certain drama and completely fall in love with it. However, as the story progresses, it not only loses its touch but complete common sense as well. If that has happened with you, probably you are a Pakistani drama fan who has been disappointed more than once. Here are 4 Pakistani dramas we wish to end right now.
Recently, we loved the new releases, however, some of them lost their charm with time and became nothing more than a dragged piece of mess. Let’s take a look at some of the recent Pakistani dramas that just have to end now. It is about time!
Yeh Dil Mera
Yeh Dil Mera, starring Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir, has been the talk of the town since the day it started. It got hype when it raised the issue of mental health and how problematic it becomes for a few. We got really excited when all the flashbacks started and the drama turned into a sort of thriller mystery, we couldn’t get a hold of.
Now we think, it has overstayed its welcome. The story has been dragged to a point where we aren’t interested in any more suspense and can’t connect to the characters anymore. What was once a masterpiece is now a mere drama that we can’t wait to end. About time, the creators of the drama take notice and end it, before they can completely spoil our attachment to it.
Thora Sa Haq
Another Imran Abbas and Ayeza Khan starred that completely focuses on the damsel in distress. The same old story of an orphaned girl, cruel family, and a toxic male who cannot take a single decision in life. However, two extremely beautiful and talented girls with super low self-worth fall in love with this excuse of a mean at the same time.
The character of Imran Khan is the one you would probably egg at if it was showcased in a theater. Other than that, the entire family drama is cringy and the one that makes you want to slam your screen.
Mera Dil Mera Dushman
Though this drama wasn’t exactly the one viewer was hooked on since the beginning, but there was at least some spark. 33 episodes down the line and we can’t say the same. It followed the plot of a done to death idea of beautiful, young girls being married off to older men.
We gave Mera Dil Mera Dushman a benefit of doubt by thinking that it might go differently than the hundred other same storylines, but it didn’t. We wish it can just end and stop taking the screen space anymore.
Jo Tu Chahay
Jo Tu Chahay is the perfect example of Pakistani dramas that portray nothing more than an endless well of tears pouring out of everyone’s eyes. The plot is ridiculous, the story is progressing at a horrible pace and there is nothing worth watching in this drama at all.