Loved it! Perfect! Totally satisfied. Worth it.
I wanna dance *throws confetti* *twirls* me in LALA land
By the way, have I ever mentioned what “Muqabil” means? You already googled it? Good! And it means face to face, thank you.
Okay, so Parisa takes a huge step. She tells the media her story so that the parents notice the change in their children and help them instead of making them quiet in the name of honor, pride and what not. Her family supports her greatly because they only want her happiness.
Armaan clearly tells Sara NO and let’s just skip her whining because Armaan is totally heartbroken, he can’t find a way to reach Parisa. No worries though Parisa comes to him this time. She extends her hand and he takes it. *FIREWORKS in my heart*
Loved Armaan’s thought that he wrote about his relationship with Parisa and that changed her mind. I wonder if Kubra (Parisa) can read Urdu now heheheee.
Thanks to all the actors, writer, director and the whole team of Muqabil for creating such a beautiful drama.
And the curtain falls.