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Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti – Episode 7 Review

The 7th episode of Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti takes the story a bit forward where Imaan realizes that she has nowhere to go and now she only belongs to Jibran and his family. She even starts to respond to Jibran is affirming manner. Things start to get better between them but Jibran’s mother throws tantrums on her daughter in law and Jibran is completely aware of that as well. In a manner Imaan is restricted to visit her mother’s home and she also accepts it, as she cannot go against them. Now, Imaan’s entire universe revolves around Jibran and his family.

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Maaham tries to pull Imaan’s leg on the matter of Faaris but Imaan gives her apt reply to which Maaham tries to neutralize the situation but completely gets the idea that she shouldn’t hassle Imaan, else she might have to face the consequences. On the other hand, Jibran’s sister shows her love interest in Faaris and lets him know about her intentions; to that Faaris doesn’t respond at all and treats her with a very cold shoulder. Irrespective of Jibran’s unresponsiveness, she tries her best to make him realize how fond she is of Faaris.

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Maaham visits Faaris at his shop but Faaris threatens him in case she ever tries to bring Imaan’s name or repute down by any means. Maaham gets petrified by Faaris and leaves. Imaan is shown expecting her first baby in 7th episode of Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti and her mother in law gets her a taaweez from her shah saahab. Initially Imaan resists but later she realizes that she has no other option but to bend her knees in front of Jibran’s mother. Jibran’s mother starts to display her dominance and makes Imaan recall the fact that her (Imaan’s) mom never had the blessing to become the mother of a boy but she wants Jibran to have boy as his first kid, and for this she will go to any extent. Let’s see what the next episode brings in Main Maa Nahin Banna Chahti.

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