Khaas no doubt was a well-executed and well-directed drama that left numerous lessons throughout its journey on the television. The impactful drama came to an end last night and somehow was not the way majority of the viewers wanted it to be.
The story of a narcissist husband, Ammar who learnt his lesson, Saba earned respect and love back from her parents got married to Fakhir, was the perfect way viewers wanted the drama to end at. The last episode left a strong message for all those husbands who think very highly of themselves and do not value their wives or any other women. It gave a message to all the parents out there to trust their daughters and to always support them, it gave a strong message that money can never buy happiness or respect all you need is a loving life partner to lead a happy life.
The twist and the most disturbing part of the drama was Fakhir’s sudden death which to many viewers was of no use. The viewers only wanted, Ammar to learn his lesson and a fairy-tale ending for both Saba and Fakhir.
We believe that the writer wanted to leave a strong impact where she did show how a narcissist person is left alone in the end and how a widow or any women can live her life with respect and dignity without a man’s support. Viewers had some emotional expectations that Saba should be living a happy married life with her child and husband, Fakhir but we think the main idea of the drama was to show support and give strength to all the women out their that they are very ‘khaas’ with or without a man.
Khaas has one strong and special message apart from the drama and that is to not to use the phone while driving as that was the reason, Fakhir met with an accident.
Woh Jo Thaa Bohat Hee #Khaas And that's a wrap for Phakhir.
Support and love empowers regardless of whom it comes from. May everyone who is suffering from emotional abuse find their support system. THE END pic.twitter.com/gWE4UZszcm
— Haroon Shahid (@HaroonsMusic) October 23, 2019
Here is how the social media reacted to the last episode of khaas.
What a weak ending for #Khaas Obviously the writer ran out of ideas for a climax or Producers pressure Really ridiculous
— Sadaf Haider (@tomtomatoe) October 23, 2019
What if they had shown that saba and fakhir raised their son to be a gentleman, who despite having lots of money and good looks respects every woman and every being equally😭😭💘#Khaas
— stary (@stary_fir) October 23, 2019
What a shit ending to #Khaas na sar na pair. What was the point of killing Faakhir? It serves no purpose at all. Fuck you @ writers
— 🇵🇰🇵🇰 (@FoodAndLFC) October 23, 2019
A woman can be happy and independant even without a man to rely on. She can be KHAAS herself. – Loved the drama and a bit sad at the ending, but it’s okay, cuz the lesson was everything.🥺🖤 @HaroonsMusic @SanamBalochz #Khaas
— Mahnoor. (@ItsMahiHere) October 23, 2019
Pakistani directors:kill the supporting husband and then show the wife as bechari.#Khaas
— Javs. (@javeria_16) October 23, 2019
aaaand they did it. WTF!!! Can Pakistani drama writers, FOR ONCE, not screw things up and let the characters and THE VIEWERS be happy? #Khaas
— Sana Shaikh (@SannieBerry) October 23, 2019
No problem with a woman living alone or being happy without a man , but the idea that if a first marriage doesnt succeed everything is ruined & can never be fixed is a myth our dramas love . Had hoped for some joy , had hoped that a REAL man might be allowed on our screens #Khaas
— Sadaf Haider (@tomtomatoe) October 23, 2019
What a disappointing end to such an amazing drama. Drama shd have end with Saba and Fakhir leading a happy life and raising their son. Amaar's mother and phopho should have realized their mistakes. Amaar's confession of some form. Too rushed confusing end. Not impactful #Khaas
— Brown Girl ✨ (@the_desi_dream) October 23, 2019
SO DARN DISAPPOINTED WITH #KHAAS KI LAST EPISODE
— Girl, Interrupted (@McPr0zac) October 23, 2019
— Mahwash Ajaz (@mahwashajaz_) October 23, 2019
#khaas Why end it in such a horrible way!? If Saba was to be shown strong, then Fakhir’s character shouldn’t have been a part of the narrative at all.
— aq (@afiaqazi) October 23, 2019
— Inaya (@iinayasaad) October 23, 2019
— SophiaQ (@SophiaAQ) October 23, 2019
Appreciation tweet for #Khaas. First time a Pakistani drama is giving hope to women that they can survive without men. Every other drama was like aurat ko mard k sahare ki zarorat hoti hai. Many women fall into depression due to this n many similar sentences.
— Arsala 🇵🇰 (@ArsalaHayat) October 23, 2019
— ye (@thatsh1thurt3d) October 23, 2019