Mere Paas Tum Ho is a Pakistani drama that is written by Khalil ur Rehman and aired on ARY Digital. Leading roles of this drama include Humayun Saeed (as Danish), Ayeza Khan (as Mehwish) and Adnan Siddiqui (as Shawar). The drama is being watched in almost every house of Pakistan and almost everyone sympathizes Danish. But we are going to discuss a whole new thing in this article.
Mere Paas Tum Ho Danish – Flaws no one Highlights
We have seen and heard everyone hating Mehwish and Shawar in Mere Paas Tum Ho. But, all the love goes to Danish. A “greedy” wife who wants to live a luxurious life stuck with a “loving” and “caring” husband in a “small apartment” “FOR THE REST OF HER LIFE”.
Like every other situation in Pakistan, women are easier to blame. We all wish for a better life no matter how good it already is. It is natural for us to crave for something that we don’t have. Demanding for a life in which they can go to a burger joint and buy the burger they like instead of the “sabse sasta burger” shouldn’t be viewed as wrong.
1: Danish is not willing to make it better for them
We have seen that Danish has a routine that seems permanent. His attitude and personality clearly shows how he has no interest in becoming better. He has a job from 9 to 4 and 2 holidays a week. The rest of the time could be utilized anywhere.
He could make some extra money but, he chooses to sleep, making omelettes or writing with an upside down pen.
Taking bribes was not the only source of extra earning. Mehwish was completely hopeless and started believing that He will never even try to make it better for them because he is happy and has settled for less. His cheesy lines are clearly not enough for living as he can not even pay his son’s school fee.
2: Danish is insecure
This man needs to grow some beard
Everything he does clearly shows that he is overly possessive and insecure. He gets jealous and mad very easily over small issues. Danish gets into fights very easily over petty issues that could have been avoided. Why would he go to the wedding with a huge bruise? To stalk his wife.
3: Danish refuses to empower Mehwish
Not only has he made an educated and beautiful woman like Mehwish a typical middle class housewife but also made her lose confidence. He could simply empower her by sending her out to work and by letting her interact with the world outside instead of feeling jealous and insecure. When Mehwish finally asks him about working, he had a perfect answer to that.
His passive aggressive behavior is neglected by everyone. How discouraging his gestures and small sentences are.
4: He is a typical man
In mere paas tum ho episode 3, we saw how ridiculous Danish’s behavior was. He was the one who took her to the dance floor and started dancing recklessly with Anoushay. When He was there to dance with his wife. And when another man did the same with his wife, He did what he should have.
And to make up for that, He chose the worst strategy.
5: Does not have self respect
Before I get to the next point, I would start with buying a necklace with “HARAAM KA MAAL”. I know you care for her wishes, but going against your own set of rules and beyond the border of “right” is just “not right”.
A person who thinks he respects himself and the desires of his wife would work twice as hard to fulfill them instead of choosing this easy, cheap way. Next, I would personally refuse to go to Shawar’s place after all that happened. The other reason for not going would be, I won’t eat at his place if I myself can not afford a dinner back for him.
The Shawar thing would have been over right after the wedding. And if Shawar had approached Mehwish after that, then we could blame him. Danish went to his place with his wife and son, FOR NOTHING! And became the medium of their further interaction foolishly. Which shows Danish is a foolish man above everything else. Accepting the necklace Shawar got for his wife, another thing. In mere paas tum ho episode 15, Danish gathers courage and acts like a man. Which he should have long time ago.
6: He is mentally sick.
He took his wife to dinner, accepted the presents and then came back with a big speech to insult and torture Mehwish. And whenever she gets real and asks or wishes for something, he brings “mere paas tum ho” in return which is clearly not enough for her, and for any normal person.
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