Director Mazhar Moin never fails to give us a good laugh with a pinch of slapstick humour and satire humour all together
Director Mazhar Moin never fails to give us a good laugh with a pinch of slapstick humour and satire humour all together. The play revolves around Shahrukh (Ahsan Khan) and Anooshey (Ramsha Khan) juggling life. Shahrukh struggling to keep his secret hidden of him being married and Anooshey being the daughter of the guy he's hiding it from. His landlord Hawaldaar Sahab.
In this Episode, we see Halwadaar almost reads Shahrukh's wedding card but before that could happen, Anooshey (Ramsha) and her sisters try to keep the card hidden as it contains Anooshey's name. Hawaldaar sahab assumes it must be glucose's (Raza Zaidi) name written on the card and doesn't read. Afterward, Professor Rao (Javed Sheikh) and his wife (Hina Bayat) visit Hawaldaar to see Anooshey and eventually they come to know about Glucose’s reality and Shahrukh gets embarrassed.
Shahrukh Ki Saaliyan episode 6 entails a few sidesplitting sequences which happen to be utterly genuine and classic. Dr Younis Butt has done a great job and the serial manages to entertain us unlike his previous venture Romeo Weds Heer. The courier-delivery sequence including the whole cast is the highlight and it reminds us of some milestones like Guest House and Family Front. One thing I’d like to say about the play is that it encompasses very fine performances; even the junior artists pull off a wonderful comedy.
The artistry of the play is really strong: Ahsan Khan and Raza Zaidi share hilarious friendship goals whereas Ramsha Khan is charming as always. The sister trio Namrah Shahid, Arooba Mirza and Faiza bring charisma to the comical disposition of the play, therefore, adding to its multiplicity. Javed Sheikh’s character is really unique and Hina Bayat also shows eye-catching performance. On the whole, the goofy screenplay coupled with uproarious direction makes it a picture-perfect catharsis for us to have. We are loving it!
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