Recently, a scene from Pakistani drama Aye Musht-e-Khaak, has been the highlight over social media, with netizens coming up with hilarious memes and reactions as Mustajab appears clueless in front of wife Dua as she tells about Ramzan.
In the scene, Mustejab, played by Feroze Khan is having a discussion with wife Dua (Sana Javed) about going on their honeymoon. And the two can be seen engaging in a rather strange and awkward conversation in which Dua seems to be repeatedly trying to get out of the situation.
I can’t breathe 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/0zW6l5ABSf
— Iman (@baiiman) January 5, 2022
Ever since, Twitter has been enjoying a meme fest recording hilarious responses to the scene in question.
my remaining three braincells are rolling back and forth like a drum that has fallen off a truck after watching this. https://t.co/KNzK8ku4D5
— rabab (@sehlaingethora) January 5, 2022
Others commented on PEMRA’s decision of banning intimate scenes on screen, which has led story writers to fill the resulting gaps through drafting absurd content!
After PEMRA’s mindless notification of banning intimate scenes, here’s how Romance is shown in our dramas.
Which is far more uncomfortable to watch with Family rather than an innocent hugging gesture https://t.co/FOiVspTWEN
— Mona Alam (@MonaAlamm) January 6, 2022
One user writes about Feroze Khan’s dumbfounded reaction.
Dude acting like he grew up at mars https://t.co/lNWG62oyQ3
— Ali (@KhattakMj) January 6, 2022
The drama Aye Musht-E-Khaak has so far aired eight episodes. While we understand that an entire drama cannot be judged based purely on one scene, even a single scene can be very telling about the kind of plot and storyline that drama producers are using to attract audiences. And while we will refrain from any harsh judgements, one thing that goes without saying is that Pakistani dramas seem to be in serious need for real and thought provoking content!