"Khamoshi" has been on-air for the past 25 weeks, and the reason why we continue to watch it even now, is because it is a simple story which has been written so well. Despite Arsla facing a lot of hurdles, whenever she is about to find happiness, the play doesn't become a drag and keeps one hooked with hope for happiness in the consecutive episode.
Written by Aliya Bukhari, initially we had thought Khamoshi to be about two sisters, Arsla (played by Zara Noor Abbas) and Naeema (played by Iqra Aziz) but along the way, it became more evident about Arsla. Arsla is depicted as a girl who earns for her family and looses her fiancé Atif (played by Affan Waheed) to Naeema only to encounter an ultra rich guy called Scheram (played by Bilal Khan) later who falls in love with her. Scheram likes Arsla even though it's against the wish of everyone, except of course, Bi Jaan (Azra Mansoor) who adores both of them.
On the other hand, one can see many shades of Naeema (Iqra Aziz) who despite being married to Atif (Affan Waheed) is still insecure and cannot help but throw a taunt on him every second of the day! With him coming to Karachi for work and Arsla (Zara Noor Abbas) being disgraced once again by Bi Jaan's (Azra Mansoor) daughter-in-law, Arsla is not willing to marry Scheram (Bilal Khan), which makes us wonder if what does the future really hold for sweet Arsla and will Atif have a part in her life or not.
Coming back to the latest episode, with Arsla being away from Scheram, one does feel for the girl as whenever she is about to receive some happiness, something or the other happens which drags her down.
With the story representing twists and turns, and Arsla being down in the dumps again, let's see whether the two will ever end up being together or not.
As far as what is being shown in the next week's promo, Arsla's father is telling her to marry Scheram, which gives us a hope to see a wedding in Khamoshi soon.
If we talk about the performances in the play, then Bilal Khan stands out from the rest as his acting has improved immensely after just one play. Iqra Aziz has stepped out of her comfort zone and has successfully played a character who is very selfish but the star of the play remains Zara Noor Abbas along with Azra Mansoor .
So, what does the future hold for Arsla and Scheram? Keep watching Khamoshi every Saturday night at 8 pm only on Hum TV to find answers to the question.