Lists with This Book. This article needs additional citations for verification. It is about Arfeen and his helplessness in the given circumstances. It is painful, brutal, and will move you from your core. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Arfeen falls to the ground in shock, but then regains his composure and asks Sara to give him her address, so that they can go there d gather her belongings.
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Back in Pakistan, nothing is going right for Arfeen’s family. Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan Urdu: Aug 23, Anum rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is revealed in a series of flashbacks that Saba Samiya Mumtaz was Sara’s mother and Arfeen’s first cousin.
Jun 05, Muhammad Abdullah rated it did not like it Shelves: Is this even by umera ahmed? I still vividly remember the scene in book and in drama when Saba is beaten by her father-in-law, out in the open and everyone watching. The writer has also achieved lux merj.
Arfeen’s mother starts yelling and creating a ruckus, saying that Saba and Aadil had been involved in illicit behavior in the locked room the whole time. Arfeen panics, and asks Sara’s aunt Aqsa Nausheen Shah if she told Sara what had happened; she says no.
Arfeen’s mother and most of the rest of the family then come to the door, and she accuses Saba and Aadil of inappropriate behaviour. She began her writing career in at a quite young age.
She gives him a letter, which upsets him when he reads it.
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On their wedding day, she disappears. Archived from the original on 8 November It’s a nice change of pace to read about folks across the border. Arfeen asks Sara where “Saba” is, and she replies that she died four days earlier. Arfeen and his wife Mehreen Raheel have a son, but their marriage is unhappy.
She is friendly with Haider Arfeen’s son. Readers can indeed find themselves in these stories.
In Pakistan, one of Arfeen’s sisters loses her husband; his younger sister is divorced, and his mother is diagnosed with cancer. Sara sees him as he cries and wonders why he is so sorrowful at her death. Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan was broadcast every Saturday at 8: Hardcoverpages.
As the Preface states this book is about Ordinary people and zsrra Ordinary lives.
میری ذات زرہ بے نشاں (Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan)
I am sure I would be reading it again: She has written many stories for Urdu dramas, she has also written short stories for Urdu digests. Just like Umera Ahmed’s all novels. The only solution he can come up with is to have Haider married to Sara.
Her initial stories were published in monthly urdu digests and later came out in the form of books. A promotional image of Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan. Umaira Ahmed starts with a preface admitting that there is nothing really all that special about her stories yet sometimes you have to write and read about ordinary people and their ordinary lives.