Alif Allah Aur Insaan Episode 8 Review 2
Alif Allah Aur Insaan – Pacing Up With 8th Episode

Alif Allah Aur Insaan has come with a new and exciting episode. Although this one was little slow but still very entertaining to watch. The director has done complete justice to the script. Story started when finally Rani and Shammo has come across each other. We could still see that Shammo is still in love with her and cares about her. He knew that Rani could get in trouble so he talked to her when Nigar Beghum was not there.

On the other hand, Rani was completely shocked to see Shammo in a completely different appearance. Nigar praised Shammo and appointed him as her stylist. Then the next scenes depicted Rani’s feelings for her family when she was praying for the rain to stop. While Nigar begum was fully enjoying and dancing in the rain. Nigar Begum has appeared to be a very dominating personality who wants everyone to do whatever she wants. If she is happy she wants everyone to be the same and does not care about their feeling.

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A very disappointing fact about this episode was that Nazneen and her friends got more coverage than necessary. It seemed that Nazi’s friends were purely determined to make her fall in love with Basit. On the other side, Basit felt uncomfortable and disturbed about this whole situation. He tried to stop Nazi but Nazneen was very stubborn to listen anything.

Now, Basit is in very awkward position because Nazneen has almost forced him to meet her by calling Malik Hashmat in Basit’s absence. No one is able to understand why Nazi is doing this after getting engaged. Shahzeb’s character is stuck in the same phase; audience wants to know more about him instead of his discussion with Baba Jee.

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This episode was quite overwhelming as well. The connection between characters is becoming clearer with each passing episode. But out of all actors, Imran Ashraf deserves a great applause on his tremendous acting as Shammo.

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