Pakistani dramas and their 4 MOST predictable endings!

It’s pretty easy to tell what’s going to happen right away!

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There are some dramas where even though you are aware of what going to happen next, the quality of acting or cinematography still makes it enjoyable.

In other cases, knowing exactly how a poorly conceived and presented drama is going to turn out makes the drama insufferable as the writers bring out one predictable plot point after another. The following dramas come from a variety of genres, and they certainly aren’t all bad, but it’s pretty easy to tell what’s going to happen right away. 

The Female Villain Goes Insane

Surprisingly, only the female villains lose their sanity, and men being equal culprits don’t. In famous drama serials such as Balaa, Mehboob Apke Qadmon Mei, and Jhooti, the female villains ran the show for 25 plus episodes and kept the audience hooked but lost their senses in the end, and that was their punishment. In fact, in Balaa and Jhooti, the villains also gave themselves an identical haircut! 

In drama serial Titlee, the main lead also had a similar ending. Basically, all those women who are greedy or evil end up going insane! Would Mohabbat Tujhe Alvida and Dilruba have similar endings?

The Men Are Forgiven, Women Are Punished

We all have seen dramas where men kept treating their wives like trash in more than 20 episodes, but in the end, somehow, only the other woman is blamed and punished.

In drama serial Mere Bewafa, the most disloyal and irresponsible husband was forgiven with a smile and a hug at the very last minute while his second wife walked away! In Thora Sa Haq, the situation and ending were equally bizarre! And let’s not forget, Ghar Titli Ka Par, in which somehow Anji was the only one to be blamed!

It is shocking how easily the drama writers forgive the men and put the blame on the woman.

Killing The Main Lead

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar is best known for killing the main lead most dramatically. He is the only writer whose dramas end in this manner therefore, it is highly predictable how his dramas would end. He shared in an interview that he does not believe in happy endings.

Although some of these endings were too powerful to be forgotten, it can be safely stated that they are also getting repetitive. All these deaths were different, but the reason was the same – love or the lack of it. Whether it was Sadqay Tumhare, Bunty I Love You, Pyare Afzal, Mere Pass Tum Ho, or Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hei, in the last episode, the significant character was either killed or committed suicide.

In the recent drama Yeh Dil Mera, Farhat Ishtiaq also gave the two villains a similar ending. It seems like some of the other writers are getting inspired by these endings! The difference is that Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar kills off the characters people love, and Farhat Ishtiaq killed the characters viewers hated.

The Most Unusual Unions

Whether it is Ishq Tamasha or Aangan, Pakistani writers come up with leading characters unions that were so illogical that it was disturbing! Such endings highlight the fact that the writers take viewers for granted and go with whatever the popular opinion is on social media without considering the actual events shown throughout the drama.

In some dramas, the leading lady and the hero are meant to be together in the end, whether it makes any sense or not! Such happy endings definitely do not please everyone.

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  • Also the main character who has lost what he/she was trying to achieve in life and failed, ends up sitting on the floor of the mazaar, like a destitute, homless person, wearing black clothes, and looking down -trodden and depressed.


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