The end of the romantic drama 'Dobara', which started in October last year, won the hearts of the fans and the audience was overwhelmed by the praises of the main characters Hadiqa Kayani and Bilal Abbas Khan.
The last episode of 'Dobara' aired on the night of June 15, in which the bitterness between the main characters Meharul Nisa (Hadiqa Kayani) and Maher (Bilal Abbas Khan) was shown to be ending.
Although the whole drama revolves around the romantic story of both the characters, there were many twists and turns in the story of the play and other events were also shown in it, which also created bitterness in the relationship between the main characters.
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In the last episode, after the bitterness between the two, they were seen meeting again, and people were happy at the end of the play.
Some fans also complained about the last episode of the play, but overall people called the play the best drama ever.
The story of the play was written by Sarwat Nazir while it was directed by Danish Nawaz.
Despite the huge age difference between the main characters of the play, Hadiqa Kayani and Bilal Abbas Khan, the duo was appreciated.
bilal and hadiqa were good, but mahir and mehru shouldn’t have ended up together. After what Mahir said… a big no! Instead, mehru should have moved on with her life and let Mahir be alone. She didn’t leave her ex husband nor mahir even though both were cheaters 😒 #Dobara pic.twitter.com/OqRjNEnzKc— XalishacreationsX 💫 (@alishapree) June 15, 2022
In the play, Hadiqa Kayani's first husband dies, many years after which she falls in love with her younger son Bilal Abbas and marries him.
Drama serial Dobara finally came to its conclusion on a good note but also left a bad taste. Tbh Mahir does not deserve Mehru at all but somehow he manages to redeem himself. Performances are brilliant. This might not be a perfect ending but it’s a good one.#Dobara pic.twitter.com/4ubzcovKXm— Kanza's bday♡︎ (@Shahzadi_Sipra) June 15, 2022
The play also deals with other socially outdated issues and is well-received for its storytelling.