The drama that holds the title “Ghisi phiti muhabbat” claims to show the same old story of love and affection. It’s a satire play. The plot of the serial is actually way more different than the title. As it is different from other typical intense ‘Saas bahu’ drama scripts.
It’s a light hearted comedy serial yet a reflection of reality sort of play. It’s a must watch for you, if you really want to lighten up your mood.
As the story revolves around Samia (Ramsha Khan), a girl who struggles to have a perfect life partner .The story beautifully delivers he message that every girl has set up their mind of having a flawless partner leaving the question behind that
“Is society responsible for a girl who has created ideals for her spouse?”
Breaking the Stereo Types:-
Samiya breaks the social norm and has married 2 times till the recent episode and both of her marriage has been ended, but it is the most interesting part of the story that how she tackles her marriages consistently without letting her morale down. Here the question raises that .
“Do a woman in our society becomes hopeless after 2 marital breakups or does she now have a right to choose whomever she wants with freedom? “
We love how Ghisi piti muhabbat shows, youngest sister who’s fixing electrical devices in the house and known as “Chota Technician” and changing the mindsets of people that girls are not less than anyone.
Qualities every women should have:-
Confident, autonomous, independent, and know how to fight for your right are the qualities a girl should have, Samiya hold all of these qualities setting a great example for the girls and women out there.
One more major issue is highlighted, as Samiya always wants to financially support her parents even after her marriage.
Will society accept girls who are financially contributing their parent’s households before and after their marriage, even though they have a brother? .
What are your thoughts?