Marshal a villain or a victim: Hum Kahan Kay Sachay Thay

Mashal in Hum Kahan Kay Sachay Thay has given rise to her incredible fame. Not only Pakistanis but the viewer around the world are hailing Mashal as a villain and feels the pain of her broken heart.

Mashal is a typical envious cousin who hates her sister-cousin because of her traits and abilities. She cannot stand her sincerity since childhood thus ends up demolishing all her happiness and makes sure that her joyous moments are ruined.

Marshal is a passionate girl who won’t stop until she has what she wants, no matter how hard the situation maybe she’ll slide any low to get things done for herself, and she’s shown to be guilty at times, but her hatred and ego are greater than any other emotions she may have.

Mashal, is smart, aggressive, glamorous, clever, jealous, and above all, unashamed about her actions but this is not all the also has other side of personality kind heart, caring and joyful but that side of her was ruined by her mother.

A person with a kind heart but a harmful influence that encourages her to do things she doesn’t understand can lead to her own demise.

But who is responsible for this toxic behaviour? This is responsible for her demise? Mashal’s character is a reflection of parents unreasonable behaviour towards their children, like comparing your child with other kids, appreciate them when they are wrong, not teach them to accept the failure as well and move on.

We can not only blame Mashal or other girls like her for their aggressive, toxic behaviour because there is always someone who appreciate and support them when they are wrong.

It’s not often that the audience has an emotional connection with a negative character and finds it difficult to accept the sudden demise of the character.

Hum Kahan Kay Sachay Thay highlights the very serious problem of our society “ comparison of children “ and perfectly showcase the how dangerous the after comes can be.

Hum Kahan Kay Sachay Thay Directed by Farooq Rind and written by Umera Ahmed and currently running on Hum Tv.