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7 Responses to “Mi-Raqsam–a tale of forbidden love”

  1. Zohaib Hasan says:

    can any body snd the link of this story or novel in pdf version

  2. jehangir says:

    bohat acha show hai bohat maza aaya dekh kay well done by director and writers

    • Batuhan says:

      I’ll criticize this drama as it brodscaats the same image of Pakistan as we see in freign media. It makes me assume that story line was drafted by those who have never lived in Pakistan. Which country would you imagine if you see a picture with deserted background, broken streets, markets full of only MEN; and women in FULL HEAVY DUTY BURKAAS => AFGHANISTAN, and NOT PAKISTAN.To add to insult, the drama follows a bit of Shoaib Mansoor’s style of trying to root something out of the society, only this time, the drama is not rooting out any evil or bad parts from society, but RATHER, it is REMOVING GOOD things from Pakistani society UNDER DISGUISE.To support my above criticism, the darama shows an extremist type of a molvi narrating holy rewayats of HAZRAT BIBI FATIMAH (RA) about Hijab, what message does that convey? any thing good may be? Nope, if you narrate a good message by the mouth of a BAD Character, people will MOVE AWAY from the good message, just because it was narrated by a bad character.ANDANDTHE TOPIC IS HIJAB AS IF WE MUSLIMS DID NOT HAD ENOUGH TROUBLE WITH TRYING TO ADOPT HIJAB IN REST OF THE WORLD LIKE FRANCE, DIRECTOR STARTED TO MESS-UP ON THIS TOPIC HERE IN PAKISTAN Breaking Lipstick grabbed the nerver here, again, it does not happen in Pakistan. Cosmetic items are common here, every one uses them, was there a need to show such a scene? The only thing it broadcast is the message of being a conservative society (which drama tries to remove in DISGUISE) If you show that we should not do such a thing, WHEN WE WERE NOT DOING IT IN THE FIRST PLACE IT ONLY CONFIRMS THAT WE HAVE BEEN YOU PUT AUDIENCE IN ACCEPTANCE OF SOMETHING THAT IS NOT THERE ANY MORE.The only thing I can think of, after above thoughts and criticism, that perhaps the story line was drafted by foreigners, and is being sold here to make some profit.My apologies for being harsh and rude.

  3. Moiz says:

    I’ll criticize this drama as it broadcasts the same image of Pakistan as we see in freign media. It makes me assume that story line was drafted by those who have never lived in Pakistan.

    Which country would you imagine if you see a picture with deserted background, broken streets, markets full of only MEN; and women in FULL HEAVY DUTY BURKAAS => AFGHANISTAN, and NOT PAKISTAN.

    To add to insult, the drama follows a bit of Shoaib Mansoor’s style of trying to root something out of the society, only this time, the drama is not rooting out any evil or bad parts from society, but RATHER, it is REMOVING GOOD things from Pakistani society UNDER DISGUISE.

    To support my above criticism, the darama shows an extremist type of a molvi narrating holy rewayats of HAZRAT BIBI FATIMAH (RA) about Hijab, what message does that convey? any thing good may be? Nope, if you narrate a good message by the mouth of a BAD Character, people will MOVE AWAY from the good message, just because it was narrated by a bad character.
    AND
    AND
    THE TOPIC IS HIJAB – AS IF WE MUSLIMS DID NOT HAD ENOUGH TROUBLE WITH TRYING TO ADOPT HIJAB IN REST OF THE WORLD LIKE FRANCE, DIRECTOR STARTED TO MESS-UP ON THIS TOPIC HERE IN PAKISTAN …

    Breaking Lipstick – grabbed the nerver here, again, it does not happen in Pakistan. Cosmetic items are common here, every one uses them, was there a need to show such a scene? The only thing it broadcast is the message of being a conservative society (which drama tries to remove in DISGUISE) – If you show that we should not do such a thing, WHEN WE WERE NOT DOING IT IN THE FIRST PLACE – IT ONLY CONFIRMS THAT WE HAVE BEEN – YOU PUT AUDIENCE IN ACCEPTANCE OF SOMETHING THAT IS NOT THERE ANY MORE.

    The only thing I can think of, after above thoughts and criticism, that perhaps the story line was drafted by foreigners, and is being sold here to make some profit.

    My apologies for being harsh and rude.

    • Chandi says:

      Mr. Moiz

      And which part of Pakistan do you live in ?

      Have you ever walked in a middle or lower middle class neighbourhood in Pakistan. In a small town or Mohalla? How many women do you see on the street?

      And why are you so worried about Pakistan’s image abroad among the foreigners ? Why aren’t you worried about the situation of women like Sadia in Pakistan?

      Why aren’t you worried about abuse of religion by Molvis like the one in Mi Raqsam.

      Do you read the Pakistani newspapers? Have you ever gone inside a madrassa?

      Mi Raqsam is a very true depiction of Pakistani society today. It is one of the best drams that has come on Pakistani TV in a long time. Someone has the courage to speak the truth and expose the hypocrcy of Molvis who justify more marriages for themselves and more restrictions on women and girls.

      Why are you not up set about the fact that a 70 year old Molvi who already has 3 wives marries a fourth one who is the same age as his daughter?

      Why are you not up set that Saadia was married withoout her consent on one day notice.

      There are millions of Sadias in Pakistan who face exactly the same situation.

      They want to study but they are forcefully married.

      Wake up and smell the coffee my brother.

      Welcome to real Pakistan.

      Chandi

  4. saba says:

    i totally agree with miss chandi.there are millions of sadia whose lives have been destroyed by their fathers for their own luxury.

  5. zinia says:

    I think mr moiz are absolutely right becoz we have to make a good image of pakistan for other countries rather then for our self. we cant be a selfish pakistani. pakistan is our beloved country and a producer or director should not create negative image for other country. be united we should keep united on this sensitive issues. for the sake of our pakistan.

 
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