Twitter users can't get over a scene from Sana Javed and Feroze Khan's new drama Aye Musht-E-Khaak

Twitter users can't get over a scene from Sana Javed and Feroze Khan's new drama Aye Musht-E-Khaak

Comedy might not have been what the show's creators were going for but it's what the internet took away from the scene.
06 Jan, 2022

Watching scenes from Pakistani dramas without context is often a recipe for disaster but there's nothing netizens love doing more than watching a single scene and then making memes. Their latest source of entertainment is Geo Entertainment's Aye Musht-e-Khaak starring Sana Javed and Feroze Khan.

The drama airs every Monday and Tuesday and has eight episodes out so far. In the latest episode, Mustejab (Khan) talks to his wife Dua (Javed) about going on their honeymoon and netizens have been sharing a video clip of the rather strange and awkward conversation in which she repeatedly tries to get out of it.

One person shared the video and started a conversation about the kind of content shown on TV.

Some people argued that this was far more awkward than any physical affection shown on screen could ever be and jokingly called out Pemra for letting the scene air.

Some users found it funny and said they may just watch the show for comedic value.

Others were confused why Khan's character was acting the way he was.

Some users were disappointed in the channel for highlighting dramas like Aye Musht-e-Khaak while ignoring other, far more thought provoking serials.

Others were stunned that this was the same drama industry that writers such as Haseena Moin helped build.

One user was disappointed with the show's director Aehsun Talish for Aye Musht-e-Khaak and Khan for repeatedly taking on similar roles.

A user said Aswad from Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay could take notes from Mustejab on being stupid.

While we understand that you can't judge an entire drama based on a single scene, people want more out of dramas in terms of storyline and dialogue than this. No one is asking for Nobel Prize worthy literature from these dramas, but it would be nice to be able to make sense of them and not cringe while watching.


Naseer Jan 06, 2022 04:22pm
Simmer down and binge till the end.... enuf of the cultural yap already!!
Saeeds Jan 06, 2022 04:36pm
First it was that Aswad dude, now this Mustejab. Nonstop entertainment
Commentman Jan 06, 2022 04:49pm
Isn't he the same guy who quit showbiz to become a molvi or something; a few months back.
Pak Pashtun Jan 06, 2022 04:53pm
These soaps are a waste of publics time, just like empty calories, I'd rather watch vloggers.... More interesting
Pak Pashtun Jan 06, 2022 04:58pm
Who comes up with these funny names? Musht e khaak? Lol Sounds like some ancient ingredient used by an elderly Amma for some Kashmiri recipe. Everyone trying to be too clever in Pakistan.
Nads Jan 06, 2022 05:38pm
I didn’t find it odd at all, It highlights how westernised the elites are they don’t understand a single thing about their culture or religious values!
Tanvir Khan Jan 06, 2022 05:56pm
Dua: We can't go, I'm getting my menses! Mustejab: Mom, what's that?
N_Saq Jan 06, 2022 08:31pm
Very smart on the writer’s part, he did what a good writer does i.e. catch the attention of the people. Now probably everyone will be watching and talking about the show. Good entertainment!
Ali Mehdi Jan 06, 2022 08:46pm
Why this guy is always taking similar psycho roles.
Pak Pashtun Jan 07, 2022 02:58am
@Ali Mehdi it's called type-cast.
SS Jan 07, 2022 04:46am
Don't understand the comments...what did she say that was wrong to the dude who was ignorant?
Hanna Jan 07, 2022 05:50am
@Commentman he realized that he still had to pay bills
Hanna Jan 07, 2022 05:52am
@Ali Mehdi because maybe he wants to stick with the image or got typecast
Hanna Jan 07, 2022 05:54am
@Nads what you talking about,most elites here are conservatives
Tadka Jan 07, 2022 09:41am
Why the ladies are so styled even for the domestic scenes???cant they have normal hair n make-up
ST Jan 07, 2022 10:17am
Our pakistani dramas R slowly losing their worth. Can't watch them with family any more.
Asma Sayeed Jan 08, 2022 03:13am
Rubbish drama. Rubbish lead pair esp the man. Who in their right minds make these ppl stars. Utter truck load of garbage. Thats what it is.
Laila Jan 09, 2022 07:57am
I think instead of critisizing we should be grateful our drama industry has ventured into comedy shows. It's one comedy show after the next on our channels. Thanks for the laughs.
Mrs naureen Jan 09, 2022 10:31am
Poor quality of writer weak brainless dialogues, typical storylines far far removed from reality. Shallow actors writers and directors, all focus on glamour fashion , poor content .
Laila Jan 10, 2022 12:37am
Once there is a hit show with hit cast, directors will try to repeat the same formula with the same cast. Like we saw with Neelum Munir and Yasir casted in Dil Mom Ka Diya which was repeated in Bikhray Moti. Or Sana Javed and Feroz Khan in Khaani then repeated in many projects including ADM. Or Hina Mani and Junaid Khan in Sun Yaara and then That's etc.
Jahan Ara Jan 10, 2022 06:02pm
Brainless writers, non creative directors and low grade actors are producing such trashy entertainment. They are trying their best to wreak havoc in our society by producing such filth on the name of family entertainment, which an honourable and a modest family can’t afford to watch together . Now some extra smart people will say these dramas are essential as they are showing the dark side of our society. Actually these dramas are helping as to move more into darkness.