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Shelves: urdu , 2-stars-forgettable , contemporary-romance , horribly-overrated I am sitting here writing this review with a very heavy heart. Umera Ahmed is one of my favourite authors of all time and yet she has written something that falls just short of a complete waste of time. Yes this is a flame review, so beware Zaroon lovers, I am about to seriously bash him! It seems to sugg I am sitting here writing this review with a very heavy heart. It seems to suggest that it is okay for women to compromise in situations where they are being exploited by their spouses and they should thank God in such situations that at least, they are not left alone. Personally, I would prefer to live alone than be abused, but I guess that is just me: an idiot among so many wise women.
I was not a great fan of her Nanni character in Sheher e Zaat but I wish every mother was like Rafia. She is polite but refuses to allow anyone to humiliate or force her children into anything. I am covering for Maria, but I promise she will be back to give you her own unique and fun insights to this series next week.
Abb app kay liye paysh kartain hain: i zindagi gulzar hai ki episode 4 kay barain main kuch gaap shupp! Why is it all right for Zaroon to stay late yet why can Sara not stay as late? Because the nookar will talk? Seriously Zaroon? What did you guys think of this particular scene? I can go on about it but I would really like to hear some of your thoughts on it as well. Some of us wondered last week what compelled her not to hate her husband despite all his shortcomings and his attitude towards his daughter.
I think she knows that he is culturally and societally manipulated by all the people that surround him. Critical thinking is not his forte. One of my best friends is the most blunt, upfront, straightforward and honest person on this planet, including an attitude that could mirror that of Kashafs.
Yet my friend never sees that some people have a hard time getting along with her due to her restrictive personality.
It was funny because she arrived back home last night from her first term in grad school and her exact words to me were, dude we have less then 20 people in my class and you have to let go of little differences and live with other peoples wishes, warna zindagi boohat hard ho jati hai and I was gob smacked for a while and let this change sink in.
Kashaf like my friend really needs to learn to sink in and crack the hard core shell she has built around her, because well you are spending almost 2 years with same people, you better find good friends. It looked like the narrative was taking place in an American high school with the queen bee cutting her cake, surrounded by her crew. You guys are in grad school, not in first year of high school. Agar app ko koi birthday wish nahi karta to koi baat nahi hai… The friendships also look quiet fake too.
Agar Kashaf itni weird hai, then why does Maria hang around so much with her? Also, apparently got to love the fact that Zaroon thinks about Kashaf a lot yet in the past three episodes they had one face to face conversation! I am team Kashaf today just because I want to support the girls :D P.
I do apologize for the delay in review, i was too busy setting up the exhibition for "mummy night gowns. Clearly what Asmara fails to see is that the guy is simply not interested in being pushed into this commitment.
To begin with, in the past four episodes, Asmara and Zaroon are unable to clearly establish proper communication between each other. If I was Asmara, I would really sit down and have a good self-reflection and reality check with myself if I am able to make a long term relationship work with someone like Zaroon! Asmara wake up and dump him already!
Zaroon on the other hand is not warming up to the idea of taking a huge step and responsibility of a long term commitment with someone who he has established a split mind about.
From what I have concluded in the past four more episodes it that Zaroon wants someone who will yield themselves to his wishes, needs and pleasures and in turn also pushes him to move forward and challenge him, maybe someone like Kashaf.
I always wanted my own sister, even though I have been blessed by friends that people cannot even imagine, in my heart I still wish I had my own, apni sister!
I hope Kashaf comes to see soon that Asmara with all her designer clothes and looks has not done anything for anyone but Kashaf breathes life into other people.
I think that UA has presented an interesting contrast between Asmara and Kashaf. Asmara fascinates people because of her background, her materialistic goods and god gifted beauty yet Kashaf without all the worldly materials, still stands tall because of her strong sense of self, personality and a passion to move forward and achieve a valuable sense of identity not only for herself but for her own family as well.
Kashaf is one of the most humanized character on screen and I hope to see more of her and Zaroon together which brings me to my next point. Has ZGH managed to live up to its expectations at episode 5 concludes? That very first scene in the novel where Zaroon establishes himself as Mr. I know the novel is not the same as the screen play but we have too much telling at this point and when it comes to establishing a proper setting in a university, we have 0 showing.
In the novel, he like hanging around with her because she was outgoing, bold and confident other than being described as very pretty. I mentioned last week in my review that it looked like the narrative was taking place in an American high school! This was one of the best chances for them to highlight the ever growing rivalry between Kashaf and Zaroon.
Let them join some clubs, debate teams, let kashaf have a few more friends…there was a lot of potential to grow the story within this integral setting but alas, they never took advantage of it. What the heck was that? Like the mommy night gown blinds the eyes, the DeS music becomes an ear sore after a while as well, because it has no place in the drama here, it was specifically made for DeS.
Do you agree or disagree that the dramas pace is quiet slow, if so what other factors do you think are contributing to it? I am team Zaroon today, do you guys know why!
Because at least he is not leading Asmara on and he honestly upfront told her that he is not ready to make a commitment! Go boy go! I emailed, messaged and did everything to ask the humtv youtube channel to also upload the subtitled version of the episodes and majaal hai kay in kay kanoon main koi baat jatii hai! Please upload the subtitled versions of the episode along with the non-subtitled one! We have been going on around in circles for the past three episodes without making an inch of progress.
Hai Beechara! The girl clearly has no self-respect. Favorite Scene: Zaroon If you need a button stitched I will come and do it for you, just because you are being played by FK. There are three reasons imbalance, repetition and lack of character depth that I feel that this drama is failing to connect: The imbalance: As a film student, I understand the pain of the director to dramatize certain aspects of a narrative, especially one that is written in more of a philosophical format and is reflective of a social situation.
Here it is the director job to control the balance between showing and telling. The underlying problem with Zindagi Gulzar Hai is the imbalance that has become so apparent in the past 6 episodes. The ever going conflict between Kashaf and Zaroon: We had one showing scene between Kashaf and Zaroon in episode four which was only less than a minute long where Kashaf makes a very personal attack during a class argument.
We never had any other confrontation. Yet, every time, in past 3 episodes everyone is talking about how Kashaf gives Zaroon a headache or how Zaroon is losing arguments in class e. Certainly this imbalance between showing and telling has really flattened otherwise what could have been a very crisp and dramatic narrative.
Today we had zero interaction between them. One might then ask, why is zaroon obsessed with thinking about Kashaf or why Zaroon irittates Kashaf when we never really saw them talking to each other. In the past 6 episodes they had less than 3 scenes together! Between, and , Umera continued writing many original screenplays as well as adaptations of her novels into dramas and telefilms for TV. She again received a best serial award for Malaal in and the best writer Pakistan Media Award for Malaal in She describes scriptwriting not as nearly enjoyable as writing novels.
Despite this, her novel-turned-drama serial Meri Zaat Zarra e Be Nishan proved to be the most popular drama serial of the year and earned her another best writer Lux Style Award in Her project, another novel-turned-drama serial Zindagi Gulzar Hai, topped the charts with each passing episode and the finale of the drama set new rating records when it earned a whopping 9.
UA Books[ edit ] In , Umera Ahmed launched an online book store, UA Books,  where people could place online orders for books for home delivery at discounted prices. UA Books delivers globally and also has a brick-and-mortar store in Kalma Chowk, Sialkot as well as a franchise in Gujranwala, Pakistan. Alif Kitab Publications Pvt Ltd. Intended as a launching platform for aspiring Urdu writers, it immediately started branching out to better serve new writers with their individual publishing dreams.
It started out as a monthly digital Urdu magazine where new writers could get their works published. It has now developed into Pakistan's first digital Urdu self-publishing platform where writers can take control of their own publishing needs. Since its inception in till now, it has published more than new writers, held regular annual writing competitions, introduced a number of screenplay writers, and works as a training ground for up and coming Urdu writers. She has also contributed to Alif Nagar as an author.
Alif Nagar also publishes a monthly magazine of the same name directed for the kids between ages 7—14 years. Script Consultancy[ edit ] Umera Ahmed has also been working as a script consultant for many years. She has worked with all major TV channels and production houses in Pakistan. TV serials and plays written under her guidance have gone on to win awards, achieve critical acclaim, and accomplish commercial success.
She has helped launch TV careers for many new screenwriters. This is not portrayed anywhere in this story, and that is what kills me. Salaar was lost and he found his way back just as Amama was lost and she found hers, after losing almost everything.
He loses nothing for his flaws, whereas Kashaf ends up losing her very own identity for hers. She is punished severely for her negativity and Zaroon not at all for his god-like attitude towards life!
What philosophy is this?
What madness is Ms. Ahmed trying to depict? But the funny thing is, one line made me feel for the guys too. The novel is even more sexist towards men than it is towards women. So, women are doomed to an existence of non-existence, so what? We have lived with that and we will continue to live with that. However, Ms. Ahmed dooms men to an existence of inhumanity! I am not kidding. I was seriously offended on behalf of the male population out there.
She quite literally insinuates that a guy is not a guy if he is good, and a guy is not good if he is truly a guy.
I mean WTF? I mean what is she trying to say? Is he that unintelligent and out of control? I mean WHAT? He does not think, he does not communicate, he just does. Because, he is a guy and according to Kashaf, guys are inherently retards as far as emotional intelligence is concerned.
Again I am sorry to all the wise women out there, but I will remain an imbecile and keep on having more hope than them in the humanity of the human race. Zaroon marries Kashaf, because according to him she is superwoman. She is a career woman who manages her house, husband and children perfectly. She is a woman, whose character is flawless, even if her outward beauty is flawed. She is a woman, who deserves respect and awe! But what about Zaroon himself?
What does he have apart from money, status, popularity and power? The answer is simple a marginal sense of humanity. Why, you might ask, am I saying this? For instance, a. He does not taunt her about her family background. I mean wow that is something really good, coz he tends towards an emotional idiot who would do the one thing that will send his wife spiralling back into the world of insecurities. This is something that is expected of him.
I am not saying that it is not a good quality. It is something that is expected of him. If he is unable to provide emotional security to his wife, he would be deemed as a terrible person. I understand why this would really appeal to Kashaf though, considering she believes men are unable to be NORMAL human beings, because of their horrible reaction to feelings He allows her to do what ever she wants with her money. As if that is even something one should be thinking of as redeeming… :S It is her money and she can do whatever she wants with it.
She earns it and she has the right to spend it as she wishes. Again I am not saying it is not a good quality. It is, but it does not redeem him, because it is not something that takes him beyond himself.
He marries her despite the status quo. I disagree with her that this can even be considered a good quality. He marries her, because of his own selfish desire to find the perfect woman as a life partner.
He found it in her and he chose to marry her. It was not something he especially fought against to make her happy.