The request to stop the last episode of "Mere Pas Tum Ho" Rejected
LAHORE: Civil court reserves judgment on hearing that the final episode of the famous drama serial "Mere Pas Tum Ho" has been aired.
The petition filed to stop the final episode of Pakistan's most popular play, "Mere Pas Tum Ho" in Lahore's civil court was heard. Civil Judge Naila Ayoub heard the petition. During the hearing, the lawyers of all parties completed the arguments, after which Civil Judge Naila Ayub reserved the judgment on the request of Maham Jamshed.
To prevent the last episode of the drama from being aired in the civil court, a woman named Mahesh Jamshed filed through her lawyer Majid Chaudhry Advocate. The woman took a stand in the petition, saying that the play is constantly humiliating women and trying to make women less in society. The drama did not produce positive results on Pakistani women. Therefore, the court may order that the final episode of the play be stopped from being aired.
Let me be clear that Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar's play "Mere Pas Tum Ho" has broken popularity records across Pakistan. This drama is being compared to the drama of the era of PTV on social media. Seeing the popularity of the play, the play's producer and lead actor Humayun Saeed and director Nadeem Baig have decided to release the last episode in the cinema instead of on TV.
The final episode of the drama drama "Mere Pas Tum Ho" will be released on January 25th, tomorrow in cinemas. Apart from Humayun Saeed in the play, actors Adnan Siddiqui and Ayeza Khan play the lead roles.