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Internet brims with lit memes on Shiza & Fiza

The internet is lit with hilarious memes on ‘Shiza and Fiza’. Along with memes, netizens are posting interesting comments as well. One of the users even uploaded the entire episode. The drama is part of the series, Haqeeqat, which depicts different real-life stories in each episode.

Internet is brimmed with hilarious memes on the two Pakistani drama serial characters, Shiza and Fiza from ‘Judwa’. The clip has been making rounds on social media and netizens are laughing hard at the scene depicted in the clip.

The story revolves around two sisters, Fiza and Shiza, married to two brothers, Zain and Faraz, in the same house. In the scene, the bride freaks out and creates a scene after knowing that the groom turned out to be her brother-in-law. The sisters were married to brothers without seeing them.

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The confusion is deliberately caused by the aunt of the grooms to sabotage their marriages as her daughter is in love with one of the brothers. The drama is part of the series, Haqeeqat, which depicts different real-life stories in each episode. Hence, it can be assumed that this situation happened with someone in real life.

 

Meanwhile, the internet is lit with hilarious memes on ‘Shiza and Fiza’. Along with memes, netizens are posting interesting comments as well. One of the users even uploaded the entire episode. Others explained to the other confused users the scene in a series of tweets.

Depicting realities?

Pakistani dramas offer a plethora of experiences to the audience. From being too dramatic, to sometimes absurd and even hilarious as well. But they are often praised for depicting some hard-hitting realities of the society, prompting necessary debate in an attempt to bring a positive social change.

They have even faced bans from PEMRA for problematic and bold content as well. Earlier, Pakistani politician, Sharmila Faruqi, had criticized the increasing portrayal of domestic violence in Pakistani drama serials.

On the weekend, Sharmila Faruqi took to her Instagram account and posted a snapshot from the drama serial, Khuda Aur Muhabbat 3. The scene showed Sohail Sameer, playing the character of Nazim Shah, slapping his wife, Sahiba, played by Sunita Marshal in the serial.

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In the caption of the post, she said, “Why can’t our dramas show a husband having a normal conversation with his wife?”

“Why do our women have to [face] violence and physical abuse at the drop of a hat? What you show in these dramas is what most of our people will emulate. In the last episode of Khuda Aur Muhabbat, Nazim Shah slaps his wife Sahiba while questioning her about her visit to the bazaar with Mahi,” she added further.

“This could have been a very normal conversation between the couple but unfortunately our writers revel in the fact that once a man is angry he will resort to violence towards the women in his life,” she added. “Can we show some decent man who does believe in respecting a woman?”