Best dialogues of MPTH: Here are some heart touching lines that were executed just perfectly!
Reminiscing some of the hard-hitting dialogues from the most talked about drama of all times namely Mere Pass tum ho. If we say, one of the reasons of it’s popularity is owing to it’s on point dialogues and performance then it won’t be wrong on any ground. Speaking of which, the dialogues have not only gained our attention but adorned the series with exhilarating vibes. It’s the script and screenplay that can make any story worthwhile while keeping us all entertained wholly. There were moments where we thought the drama has lost it’s charm but those moments were treated well with perfect dialogues. Much of the credit goes to the writer of the play, Khalil ur Rehman Qamar for highlighting the issue with sensible dialogues.
Breaking records, the drama is running successfully and making us all curious about the upcoming events. Here are some dialogues from the drama that have created a buzz on social media and we know why!!
Do takay Ki Aurat:
Fans and twitterattis had been swooning over this long awaited dialogue and it seems that the writer hit the right chords at the right moment by this dialogue and how beautifully it had been executed by the legendary actor Humayun Saeed. All the pain and misery of the character had been translated well by this one line.
‘Mama Bhi Chor Jaen, Mama Nahi Rehti’
Shawhar biwi ka mujrim hu jae tu usky sth acha waqt guzarta hai:
Shahwar’s wife uttered this dialogue when she caught his husband cheating on him and marrying Mehwish. This dialogue made us all think for a while and how insulting it would be for a husband.
Bewafai uska haq tha:
Mehwish wanted to come back to Danish’s life and Danish’s friend tried to convince him, to which Danish responded just right “ Bewafai uska had that usny istemall kr lya, ab mujh per huaq na jatae”
Shirq tu khuda bhi maaf ni krta:
As friend’s of Danish tried to convince him to take her in his life again, he ended the conversation by stating this captivating dialogue.
“Tum itni khoobsurat ho ke dekh k rashk aata hai, aur tum itni badsurat ho k tmhare mun pe thookne ka dil kerta hai”
Maham said to Mehwish when she was about to get married to shahwar and Maham stopped the Nikkah. This meaningful dialogue has a lot of dept in it which can only be felt!