The viewer becomes part of their journey and though we want them to find each other, we also see how they have changed.
Samira Fazal who wrote the screenplay for says that to write a romance, “a writer has to feel it, and write what comes from the heart.
Faith, almost blind faith, blended with a fascination for loss and tragedy are recurring themes in his writing.
His hugely popular *Pyaray Afzal* and the autobiographical Sadkey Tumhare are bittersweet romances with unhappy endings.
, the hero Afzal accepts Farah’s rejection but her hold on him and his own dedication to that dream of love never ends.
Similarly in Humsafar, Asher's sitting alone reading a newspaper a few years after Khirad has left makes it clear that he has not conveniently married Sara.
The use of subtle gestures with eyes with less words and no physical touching – because that would ruin it.”Mean what you don’t say — how our dramas work to show love without action The absence of the physical is often replaced by that other device — banter.