The drama stars Sarah Khan, Mawra Hocane among others
Being a fan of a popular TV show is not easy. You will either be disappointed or left wanting for more when it’s over. HUM TV’s popular drama Sabaat ended yesterday and fans have been sharing their reviews and thoughts on social media.
Some fans have loved the ending, while others found it a bit hurried. Some have developed a liking for a particular character, while others praised the message the show aimed to deliver.
Penned by Kashif Anwar and directed by Shehzad Kashmiri, Sabaat was led by Sarah Khan, Mawra Hocane, Usman Mukhtar, and Ameer Gilani. The story revolves around Miraal, played by Khan, and her obsession with having an affluent life, even the people and human ties she likes to build.
A great play
#Sabaat I wish this show could continue. The background music is so beautiful, performances were great and the so was the message. Well done @MawraHocane @MukhtarHoonMein thoroughly enjoyed you guys. Such a poignant story, well written, acted and directed. A great play overall!— #wearamask (@tabdeeli_) October 25, 2020
Reading two types of opinions #Sabaat— Faria (@FariaSays) October 26, 2020
One perspective is how can Anaya forgive Hassan and the second perspective is our heart should be big enough to forgive others.
I think both are right! Accept the difference of mindsets.
This is the beauty of dramas like Sabaat.
Some characters were fan favourite or hated
Big shout out to @MukhtarHoonMein, who got the worst of an otherwise good script, yet held his own and completely won everyone over with his solid performance in the last episode. Left everyone hoping for a companion like Dr Haris. #sabaat— AHI (@aamnaisani) October 25, 2020
Important life lessons
Although I didn’t want annaya to forgive hassan but the last episode made me realize the meaning of let go. The kid deserved both parents and its great that he got it.#sabaat pic.twitter.com/FGYpVQt4Ni— chilli Milli (@SYCOHo11) October 25, 2020
Some were more critical
#Sabaat ended on a super weak note. Disappointed that a tv show that had such a strong start & extremely positive themes completely fell apart at the last episode and looked like a shoddy attempt to cleanly tie everything up so audiences could move on.— Mahwash Ajaz 🇵🇰 (@mahwashajaz_) October 25, 2020
Detailed review up soon. pic.twitter.com/ZizTBAq19a
#Sabaat ending was too predictable, aur tragic chahye thi mujhe…— Ahsan Awan (@Pharmacist_awan) October 26, 2020
Why do last episodes have to be far from reality?#Sabaat— Buraq Shabbir (@BuraqShabbir) October 25, 2020
While some people didn’t watch the drama
am i the only who haven’t watched the single episode of #sabaat ?😂😂— Gamer girl (@depressedmaggie) October 26, 2020
Sabaat began airing on Hum TV in March. It has 28 episodes in total. Based on strong female characters, the show reflects on issues related to class differences, jealousy and also touches upon the topic of mental health.