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Mera Khuda Jane - so this is my first ever Pakistani drama review, so I hope you enjoy.
I love Pakistani dramas, their so dramatic and they really manage to get you hooked. The best thing is though, that the series normally doesn't tend to be much longer then 30 episodes.
I got hooked on this drama, due to its intense and taboo topic, of what happens when a married women is assaulted by someone she knows. It really brings home the subject of honour and shame in Pakistani culture.
In this drama, not only does the main character suffer all of this in silence, but also ends up pregnant and then her husband remarries. This results in the victim going through one hardship after another, where for unrelated reasons, even her husband turns his back on her.
Although a thoroughly enjoyable drama, there are a few things that frustrate you.
The main character allows herself to be treated appallingly by her husband, which angers you as a viewer, as she hasn't done anything wrong, and it is infact all the husbands fault. And yet she puts up with it, as if it is her fault.
What's more, the ending is less then satisfying. After watching the main character suffer for several episodes, we don't see her receive full justice. We don't even get to see the moment we've all been waiting for, which is the moment her husband realises what he has put her through and what a monster he truly is. But nonetheless defo worth watching, to see how it plays out.
Let me know what you guys think.