Avid drama watchers will now have another interesting watch on their list with the Mikaal Zulfiqar and Dur e Fishan starrer Jaisay Aapki Marzi. The drama has been released and will be aired on ARY Digital every Wednesday.
Jaisay Aapki Marzi has been produced by Six Sigma Plus and directed by Saba Hameed. The story has been penned down by Naila Jaffri and stars Mikaal Zulfiqar as Sherry and Dur e Fishan Saleem as Alizeh. Other stars in the lineup also include Javed Sheikh, Kiran Malik, Ali Tahir, and Ali Safina in leading roles as part of an ensemble cast.
The teasers that aired prior to the drama highlighted a toxic and abusive relationship in the folds, however the first episode showed Mikal Zulfiqar as Sherry, a well balanced, eligible bachelor, easy going and with an open mindset. Sherry is ready to accept an arranged marriage situation and has relented power to his sister, Natasha, who loves to control her brother and father’s life.
On the other hand, we have Dur e Fishan as Alizeh who is ready to be the change in the world. She is focused, hard working and wants to make it on her own terms. For now the drama presents an ideal situation with an open mindset, ready to embrace and bring a change in the society. Here, arranged marriages are not looked down upon by the lead pair and both set of families are open to the idea without any chaos occurring at least in the first episode.
What We Think?
For now, Jaisay Aapki Marzi has started off on a pleasant note but we do know that this is going to grow into a tale of toxicity and abuse. What we’re hoping is that it will at least bring a new perception for the audience as we’ve already had enough of toxic relationships, controlling husbands, doormat wives. For now Mikaal Zulfiqar has played the level headed Sherry in the first episode and it will be intriguing to see how he’ll lose it when he is so certain of what he wants in life.
However, the drama from the get go has reminded us of Colleen Hoover’s novel It Ends With Us. Jaisay Aapki Marzi is giving vibes that match with the novelist’s story of an abusive relationship gone good for the better. Since its the first episode, we’ll give Jaisay Aapki Marzi the benefit of doubt and let the story unravel in due time.