Parizaad's finale leaves a lasting impression on netizens as they carry more than just a story with them
Warning, this story contains spoilers for the finale of the Hum TV drama Parizaad.
Parizaad is a name that has infiltrated almost every household and won hearts all over the country. The show that had everyone in its hold has finally come to an end. There was a lot of anticipation for the last episode and fans were curious whether the production would follow the novel and end with Parizaad's death or construct a happier ending of its own. The finale aired on TV on Feb 1 and has brought with it a stream of happy tweets.
Hum TV thanked fans for all the love they've shown the show that led to Parizaad trending on YouTube and Twitter ever since the final airing. The finale also aired in cinemas a couple of days earlier than the TV release.
Actor Ahmed Ali Akbar who plays Parizaad took to Twitter to thank his fans as well. "You listened carefully to the words of Hashim Nadeem, followed the storytelling of Shahzad Kasmiri and understood the tiniest nuance of Parizaad's personality. We are humbled & grateful!"
Viewers are elated about the happy ending.
They loved every aspect of the last scenes between Akbar and Yumna Zaidi.
What's a hit show without fan edits?
Netizens loved the location and cinematography of the finale.
The show has ended but left a lasting impression on fans as they quote dialogues from the finale.
Some are happy they finally understand the meaning of the poems they read in college that were featured in the show.
Ah, the contradictory feelings when your favourite show is ending.
Users called the portrayal of the characters "art", and said they are "their own entity, the actors ceased to exist," promising to re-watch the show.
The love for the character is unanimous. The show and character have been included among the best in the Pakistani drama industry.
Netizens love the ending and some have even updated their standards, wanting a partner like Parizaad.
Have you watched the finale? Do you prefer the novel's ending or the drama's?