Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti – Episode 10 Review
In the last episode of Min Maa Nahin Banna Chahti, there are more twists and turns for the audience. The 9th episode of Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti took an interesting turn and without wasting anytime and making it a drag-affair, the writer came up with another twist in the very next episode. This is the highlight of this drama that it does not get dragged. Audience always enjoys a fast paced drama which has something new to show. Performances are gearing up and every character seems to put forward their uniqueness, especially Jibran, Maaham and Faaris excel in the last episode.
Jibran brings Imaan back to his home after playing a little trick on his mother with the help of his sister. Once Imaan is back, she gets to know that because of cousin-marriage complication in child-birth occurs. She insists Jibran to consult a doctor and find out the reason behind the death of their kid. Jibran takes her to her gynecologist and she briefs them about the complexities involved in inter-family marriages and also discloses that this is very common and to certain extent a must-happen thing in such examples. Both, Imaan and Jibran, get tensed after listening to that. When Jibran’s mother gets to know about Imaan’s visit to the doctor, she creates a huge scene out of it, blaming everything on her mother and her genes.
Maaham, on the other hand, calls Faaris and tells him that Imaan is needs him as he’s her friend and she needs support in this stressed situation. She conveys him to call her. When Faaris calls Imaan, Jibran answers the phone and gets furious asking him how dare he called his wife. Jibran leaves the home for the shop to fix him up. When he reaches the shop, he insults Faaris and asks him to leave the shop immediately. Jibran’s mom interrogates Imaan about the phone call and tries to put allegations on her. Now, next episode will clear what will happen further in Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti.
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