Pakistani drama industry has been a host to abundant of dramas in its entire tenure. However, few dramas have left their imprints on the hearts of a wide populace residing in Pakistan and living abroad.
‘Aisi Hai Tanhai’ happens to be a similar sort of drama which sheds light on one of the major issues growing wildly in the society. It portrays how a love affair of adolescence can ruin the present and future of not just an individual, but the whole family becomes victimized.
From the initial episode to the last episode, ‘Aisi Hai Tanhai’ has had a plethora of emotions oozing out of the spectators, making it one of the most extensively watched drama.
It occurred as an absolute treat to the eyes watching both Pakeeza and Hamza reminisce about the time they spent together. But the soothing sight remained intact for a very short period of time until assassins tried to kill Pakeeza just outside the court. Hamza proved, yet again, to be a person whose heart beat for Pakeeza only by sacrificing his life in order to save hers.
Meanwhile, after the death of Haris, Kinza decides to complete her Iddat in the same house because she has been completely loyal to him throughout her journey with him.
The speech Pakeeza uttered in the court has proved to be one of the most powerful speeches ever written or uttered. She has explained how one blunder of adolescence can act rather catastrophic for an individual and at times for the entire family. She has also said that no matter how big of a trouble someone possesses, constant strength and consistent tolerance become factors of re-emergence.
Pakeeza, on the other hand, opens a training school for little girls, teaching them self-defense for any circumstance they might face. She has wiped away all her tears and now, her only motto is to empower women just like Hamza empowered Pakeeza when everyone else thought she was dead.
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