Zindagi mohabbat ke bina kaati ja sakti hei maqsad ke bina nahin… Parizaad’s incredible journey came to a close today, and it’s safe to say that Tuesday nights will never be the same! This was the only drama I looked forward to every week, since it is not only provided a healthy journey of an atypical lead, but it also provided me with enough of material to write about in my reviews. Even the most unbelievable and unexpected situations were made worthwhile by the meaningful dialogues and scenarios. Ahmed Ali Akbar was the show’s star from start to finish. If he hadn’t been cast in this part, the drama would not have been the same. Parizaad has undoubtedly earned him the kind of adoration and respect that only a few actors receive. He is well deserved, Hashim Nadeem’s script was fresh and interesting from start to finish. The directing and attention to detail of Shehzad Kashmiri made this story relevant and fascinating.
Parizaad – The End of a Fairy Tale For New Beginnings:
Is the last episode of Parizaad up to standard with the rest of the series? I must admit that I was expected such a conclusion for Parizaad, especially given the path the tale took in the second-to-last episode. The second to last episode made it clear that Parizaad was more concerned with finding a real purpose in life than with anything else. However, I believe that several of the sequences in the most recent episode could have had a greater impact. Furthermore, spending more than 30 minutes on the summary was unnecessary; Parizaad’s entire voyage could have been recounted in half the time and in a much more concise manner.
The fact that Parizaad refused to believe in love until the very end, preferring to devote his life to his newfound desire, demonstrated that he still believed he was unworthy of love. Annie’s speech made perfect sense; Parizaad will need time to unlearn what he had learned over the years from his experiences. Even though Annie didn’t recognize Parizaad right away, it was clear that she still cared for him and was willing to put in the effort to persuade him to change his mind about love. In some ways, this talk ensured that Annie would eventually be able to persuade Parizaad to believe in love.
The most important takeaway for me was the importance of self-love and self-acceptance. Also, the role the societal standards of beauty play in pressurizing people who do not fulfill the criteria into trying harder to earn acceptance was dealt with in the most prolific manner. Even though Parizaad was intelligent, hard-working, and sensitive, he struggled for acceptance and most importantly for love even though he deserved to be loved. In the end as well, even though Annie made it quite clear that she would rather be with Parizaad than Sharjeel, he failed to accept her love because he was too afraid of acknowledging it. After being rejected continuously for years, being accepted felt frightening and difficult to accept.
REMARKS AT THE END:
The nicest thing about the final episode was that Parizaad had a meaningful conclusion. Hashim Nadeem gave a whole new message on education even in this final episode. Parizaad was always seen as a giver, thus it was only natural for him to devote his life to assisting others. To keep Parizaad’s identity hidden, the author went to great lengths to provide alternative reasons, but when it came to Annie and Parizaad’s finale, the author took a pragmatic approach. I wish this tune was treated in a less practical approach as well. Annie’s eyes shone with love for Parizaad, but he refused to see it! After viewing the most recent episode, I had the impression that Parizaad’s journey was still going on. After witnessing Parizaad struggle for so long, it wasn’t exactly the type of finale that makes you feel at ease as a spectator. In the end, he deserved to be happier. It was, however, a new beginning for Parizaad, the start of a new adventure!
In terms of storytelling, Parizaad was unquestionably a pioneer. The story’s important elements stood out far more than the others. Hashim Nadeem covered a wide range of topics without preaching, from conveying a message about how deceiving appearances can be to demonstrating that money cannot buy pleasure. The script’s most stunning part was undoubtedly Parizaad’s multidimensional and eccentric characters, as well as their storylines. The well-written dialogues gave the drama more depth. The director and producers deserve a lot of credit for exposing new performers like Raza Ali Abid, Adeel Afzal, and Asad Mumtaz Malik through this project. It was also a real treat to witness all the other seasoned actors deliver their lines with the customary zeal.
Ahmed Ali Akbar will be remembered for his role as Parizaad, much as Imran Ashraf would be remembered for his role as Bhola in Ranjha Ranjha Kardi. When performers choose to play such roles and put forth so much effort to bring these characters to life on screen, they deserve all the accolades and honours that come their way so that others can follow in their footsteps. Apart from Ahmed Ali Akbar, Saboor Aly stood out more than any other actor for me since her depiction actually surprised me. I hope she has the opportunity to try new things in the future. I’d like to express my gratitude to everyone who was a part of this adventure.
I’m obsessed about how the recital being concluding. We’re treated to a fairytale-like, gorgeous, cinematographic conclusion… and Dil sey, a big thank you to the creators. Reading that nazm to Parizaad and Annie won our hearts for life!
everything about this scene was just P.E.R.F.E.C.T.I.O.N!!!✨#Parizaad pic.twitter.com/BaA2fVYDjk
— ʍ⁷ (@itsMuzdalifa) February 1, 2022
وہ سچ ہی تو کہتا تھا
کہ ہمیشہ دیر کی میں نے
ضروری بات کہنے میں
کوئی وعدہ نبھانے میں
تمہیں آواز دینے میں
تمہیں واپس بلانے میں
ہمیشہ دیر کی میں نے
ہاں میں جانتا ہوں
وہ سچ کہہ گیا تھا
تمہیں ملنے سے پہلے
اور تمہیں پا لینے تک
آخر کیوں اتنی دیر کی میں نے ۔۔
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