Kamran Jawaid | This review is the unedited copy of version published in Dawn Icon on Sunday, July 9 2017
From the moment we first meet Mehrunisa (Sana Javed), you know things aren’t going to get any better for her.
Jolting up from a nightmare where she runs from three badly-dressed ghouls (actually, three men in uncut black fabric), Mehru is your token gentle girl-next-door who lives with dear old dad (Arshad Mehmood) on a mountainside cabin somewhere in Northern Pakistan.
In the past, she may have innocently said “I Lub U” to a boy from Karachi.
That could be the reason for her bad dreams, because the sod, now grown up as Danish Taimoor, comes back to ask her hand in marriage. And his family will not take no for an answer.
Childhood promises have dire repercussions.