REVIEW: ‘Ye Dil Mera’ Last Episode!

A closure we as a whole didn’t need yet it might be the most sensible ending

Ye Dil Mera at long last reached a conclusion, the drama which snared us to our screens.

Right off the bat, before anything, we want to extol Sajal Aly and Ahad Raza Mir for their heavenly exhibitions, they were extraordinary brilliant in their respective roles. Infact, the entire cast. (except Natty, sorry not sorry) Adnan Siddiqui, Mira Sethi too played their respective parts very well.

The show finished on a fairly dismal note, Agha Jan was shot by Ali Baksh on his order, Anna didn’t wind up with amaan, despite the fact that Amaan apologized.

Presently alot of individuals are addressing for what reason didn’t Anna end up with Amaan?

The emotional and mental torment that amaan purposefully gave Anna couldn’t and shouldn’t be defended.

What was Anna’s fault? Did she have the right to experience such mental injury? We as audience, since we see the point of view of both the characters, we neglect alot of negative attributes.

The show didn’t laud toxic connections and that is the way it ought to be. Even though Amaan loved her but It is NOT okay to use someone for your own vengeance.

Amaan still required chance to mend from his past injury and now Anna’s entire world was flip around, how might she trust a man who deceived her all through?

Anna’s development from an innocent young lady to now settling on her own choice was the best conceivably thing we could observe.

Be that as it may, there was absence of artfulness in editing, which was apparent all through the show, imagine if the same drama was directed by Nadeem Baig…. Ahh we wish!

In any case, aside from that, Ye Dil Mera shed light on such a significant topic. It unquestionably was an incredible show.

We definitely want a season 2 and maybe after taking their own time to heal, they might end up together?


What are your thoughts? Did you like the ending? Let us know!


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