HIP Reviews Cheekh Episode 19: Emmad Irfani and Saba Qamar Manage to Hold their On-Screen Bond!
HIP Reviews Cheekh Episode 19: Emmad Irfani and Saba Qamar Manage to Hold their On-Screen Bond!

HIP Reviews Cheekh Episode 19: Emmad Irfani and Saba Qamar Manage to Hold their On-Screen Bond!

Cheekh, a crime drama serial is one of the excellent watches on ARY digital these days. The suspense level keeps...
Published May 12, 2019 04:03pm

Cheekh, a crime drama serial is one of the excellent watches on ARY digital these days. The suspense level keeps elevating with every next episode. The entire drama has been well executed and the credit goes to the entire cast as well as the writer and director who have made Cheekh a must watch.

Bilal Abbas has aced his villain character by all means.

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Emaad Irfani's acting skills need a special mention here because the way he is doing it all composed and totally indulged in his character without over-doing it is something the audience is absolutely loving to watch.

The drama was running at a good pace however episode 19 seemed a bit slow with a lot of flashbacks, long and unnecessary scenes and the audience didn't fail to notice it. There is nothing being showed in favour of Mannat and the culprit is continuing to live his life while making others suffer and that is exceeding the limit.

The scene in which Wajih is chasing Mannat and she is running to save her life was a very poorly executed one with many loopholes. The whole episode revolved around Shayan and Mannat crying for their loss and Shayan remembering the old times. The flashbacks had Mannat acting cute but it seemed a bit too over to accept.

The court scene was a brief one too with no prominent proceeding. At this stage, at least one or two pieces of evidence or proofs should be provided now but it continues to stay the same. The servant's scene was a completely unnecessary one too and looked like a forced filler in the episode.

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At this point now, the drama needs to run faster along with portraying some happening because the audience has had enough of seeing the sufferings and wickedness prevailing. Otherwise, the drama will seem to deviate from its message and focus. Let's see how the next episode unfolds.