Humsafar: A comic review

This show is planting the seed of trouble in happy households. But Khirad is kind of hot. I approve.

Hammad Ali January 30, 2012
If you’re a human being  and you know a Pakistani woman, then you’ve probably heard about Humsafar.

 

[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnDYZgkp28s]]

I could write pages on how this show is planting the seed of fasaad (trouble) in perfectly normal and happy households and how it’s basically just a guide on how to break up pretty normal marriages. The fact that most women like it says a lot. I’ll end the casual sexism now and just give you the review. Enjoy it!

A couple of things to remember: this review is supposed to be funny. If you do not find it funny there is a little 'x''on the right side of your webpage  - just click on it!. I’ve seen only 15 minutes of this show and made the rest of the comic from the word on the street. If there are any Urdu phrases you don’t understand, please leave a comment.

Also Khirad is kind of hot. I approve.

Lastly, ignore all grammar and spelling mistakes and click on the image if you have trouble reading the text.



This post was originally published here. Follow Hammad @Hamster41.


WRITTEN BY:
Hammad Ali An engineering student who tweets @Hamster41
The views expressed by the writer and the reader comments do not necassarily reflect the views and policies of the Express Tribune.

COMMENTS (81)

Atif | 8 years ago | Reply The Blog clearly shows that the Blogger has watched the complete drama, but saying "I’ve seen only 15 minutes of this show"
shamaeel | 8 years ago | Reply This is my first comments on any page because there's something special Humsafar was a invaluable drama. splendid cast splendid drama over all was superb. Marvelous story prominent characters outstanding O.S.T. Fawad's role was apotheosis. Mahira's role individual. television nothing without Humsafar. it was lunacy for every one. it was best from the best. brilliant.
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