HIP Reviews Dolly Darling's Episode 6-9: Aijaz Aslam and Nadia Khan’s Comic Duo is the New Talk of Town
Dolly Darling has managed to deliver a good show with the ensemble cast, fresh storyline, and brilliant direction...
Dolly Darling has managed to deliver a good show with the ensemble cast, fresh storyline, and brilliant direction. Produced by 7th Sky Entertainment with the production maestros Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi, each episode works as a standalone story. In the same universe of fun and laughter, it revolves around Dolly’s exciting and happening life, the story keeps the vibe of the show alive, as Dolly indulges in some new shenanigans every episode, the drama has been anything but bland and boring. It manages to keep the audience hooked with ITS 90’s sitcom vibe, that surely takes you back to the golden age of comedy-dramas on our TVs.
Dolly Darling can in no way compare to the hilarious masterpieces that you might’ve grown up watching, but it does have its own charm and a sudden attraction that makes you keep coming back to it. Whether it is the unique storyline among all the dramas on air right now, or the brilliant acting by Aijaz Aslam and Nadia Khan, there is something that brings you back to the show, and you’d hear yourself giggling every minute or two.
Dolly is the perfect example of someone who makes up scenarios in their own head, and then gets stuck in it. Whether she is running away from Mustaqeem because she has made up her mind that he will murder her, or she is running after some kids she is babysitting to earn money, Nadia Khan does everything with her own special element in it which stands out.
Aijaz Aslam and Nadia Khan have undeniable chemistry on screen, a kind of understanding that perfectly suits their character’s personas. Giving their long-running comedic background, this doesn’t come as a surprise. The mediocre script, with some very basic dialogues and one-liners, has been brought to life by them in such a way that makes the show anything but mediocre.
All in all, Aijaz Aslam and Nadia Khan’s comedic duo is not something we asked for, but it was definitely something that we needed!