Dialogues We’re Tired Of Hearing In Pakistani Dramas


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While the dialogue ‘do takkey ki aurat’ made fairly a display time, different renditions of such dialogues have been heard rather a lot in Pakistani dramas. In these dramas, typically these dialogues are demeaning, and at different occasions, they’re simply boring as a result of there is no such thing as a innovation or creativity in them. Just just like the storyline, the dialogues have turn into so repetitive that they aren’t fascinating anymore.

We have compiled a few of these dialogues that haven’t solely attracted numerous eyeballs but additionally eardrums, and we’re simply achieved with them.

1. Aap Mera yaqeen kren

Please, belief me. This dialogue is simply changing into my pet peeve now. In virtually each drama, you will discover the heroine on her knees, begging her husband to belief him when he would have determined that she is characterless as a result of he noticed her speaking to another person.

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2. Mujh se shadi krlen

Obsessed with marriage teenage ladies proposing to middle-aged males; and if not that, then widows or divorcees proposing or being proposed. In these dramas, the one vibe you get is that marriage ceremony is the final word function of human life. No, sir, there’s a lot extra!

3. Tmharey daman per daagh hai

Tainted character. This is one dialogue I’m simply uninterested in listening to. I imply, even when there’s a cultural context for the phrase, ‘daman par daagh,’ there must be some standards to that. If a girl has been beforehand engaged, the Pakistani dramas would name her characterless. Not solely that, if a girl had been married in probably the most reputable means ever, even she can be referred to as daaghdar after being widowed or divorced. I imply, why will we not have new storylines and good dialogues?

4. ____ ko talaq dedo

As if having management over another person’s married life is the one excessive ladies purpose for! Time and once more, we’ll discover a dialogue the place a girl asks her son or brother to divorce his spouse.

5. Wo larki Hamara Ghar tor rahi hai

In each drama, when a lady asks for a separate dwelling which is her proper (simply by the way in which), she will get labeled negatively. I imply, what? We have financial points, the pandemic has left us disabled, and all we care about is labeling a lady asking for her proper as a homewrecker. Can we please get out of this mindset?

6. Mummy ye aap kia keh rahi hain

Okay, we might have heard this specific dialogue quite a few occasions in only one scene of the one drama, and everyone knows which one that’s. But apart from Humsafar, we’ve got heard dialogues just like this one which hinted in direction of the identical context. I imply, if it’s a brand new drama, then it got here after Humsafar. So, it ought to know higher than to overly belief the mother-in-law.

So it’s a real request for our drama writers to at the very least change the dialogues a little bit, even when they aren’t plan ning to experiment a lot with the storyline.

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