Another week, another episode and another heartbreak. However, this week’s episode 12 of Meray Paas Tum Ho, did settle the scores for us, albeit a little only. The one classic dialogue at the end of the episode was worth everything that went on and we saw Danish endure in the past few weeks. Serves Mehwish right for being a materialistic woman and leaving her husband and child behind for a wealthy man.
So what went on in this week’s episode 12 of Meray Paas Tum Ho? Well, nothing evidently, except that Mehwish was desperate to leave, Shahwar was desperate to pick her up and all Danish wanted was to get a few moments with his wife too. Perhaps the poor man tried his best to convince his wife to change his mind, but she didn’t. In fact, Mehwish’s apparent cringe of Danish was distasteful and pathetic.
Episode 12, without a doubt, belonged to Humayun Saeed as Danish because he delivered one powerful dialogue after another, especially his dialogues addressed to Shahwar were amazing, very clear and speaking evidently of his heartbreak. He addressed Mehwish only when necessary, making it clear that he was done with her for good. The last dialogue, stating, “dou takay ki aurat” was perhaps the best punch ever delivered in a situation like this. It not only served Mehwish right, but it also made the audience believe that no, Danish was a human being, not an idol of a husband who didn’t feel bad about anything his wife did.
However, where Humayun Saeed had the lion’s share of dialogues in this episode, the expressions department belonged to Ayeza Khan. Her cringe, her distaste for Danish and her anxiousness to be with Shahwar were clear on Mehwish’s face, courtesy of Ayeza Khan’s powerful emoting. The actress delivered her expressions spot on, speaking a hundred things with her eyes and face.
Nadeem Baig as a director has truly done a remarkable job with Meray Paas Tum Ho. Ayeza Khan and Humayun Saeed have delivered amazing performances, making the audience hooked on finding what will become of Mehwish and Danish next, in this tale of deceit and heartbreak.