“Chupke Chupke” is among the hottest drama serials. At the moment, it’s airing on Hum TV; the recent and energetic dialogues with a top-notch forged is way away from typical “rona dhona”, and is definitely a deal with for the viewers. Nonetheless, there are some elements that may not be ignored whereas contemplating their detrimental impression on drama’s massive viewership.
Let’s take a look at a couple of of them:
Are Ramzan performs speculated to play the function of rishta aunties?
Ramzan is the holy month of Islam, during which together with ‘ibadat’, the correction of ‘nafs’ can also be essential. Sadly, the Ramzan performs revolving round shadi plots are trying to resolve the thriller of who, why, when, the place, how the wedding goes to occur, reasonably than main the search of identification and goal of life. Most of those performs don’t have anything which could be recognized as ‘Ramzan particular’ besides the timing!, as telecasted in Ramzan. “Chupke Chupke” is considered one of these Ramzan performs. There’s a flood of marriages with an outline of typical norms and habits. Regardless of being a ‘Ramzan particular’, there isn’t any criticism, reasonably acceptance of improper perceptions and norms, like different Ramzan performs.
Ghar damad – the reversed gender roles
The character “Miskeen” which is essayed by Ali Safina has acquired criticism for the controversial portrayal of ghar damad. Miskeen, who’s married to “Gul”(Mira Sethi), lives in his spouse’s home along with his in-laws. His responsibility is to do all home chores and he appears to carry out them wholeheartedly. Nonetheless, the issue arises from the truth that the reversed gender roles are depicted as a component of insult. There are various households the place girls are supported by their husbands by having a serving to hand from them in home chores. Nonetheless, on this play, the character who is taken into account as ineffective could be seen doing the kitchen work and was typically ridiculed for this process.
“Khandan ki izzat” have to be measured by log kya kahen ga!
Drama serials are a kind of parts which may form the perceptions of the viewers and thus affect their actions. It is because of this motive that dramas, with their humor or tragedy, have this lengthy historical past of fixing society’s ills. Nonetheless, “Chupke Chupke” appears to disregard this facet, particularly relating to typical concepts as “khandan ki izzat”. These very key phrases have been steadily used to make ‘Meenu’ (Ayeza Khan) and ‘Fazi'(Osman Khalid Butt) agree for nikkah even towards their wills. The thought of “khandan ki izzat” which is occurred to be related to log kya kahen ge reasonably than ethical truths, is sadly promoted and authorised via these scenes as there’s extra rigidity relating to the fame of households than the way forward for their youngsters.
Humor has turn out to be threatening!
The viewers has witnessed a rising pattern in our trade of making humor. It’s both created via indecent jokes or by stretching the boundaries of morality, the place wit and intelligence is nowhere. “Chupke Chupke” being a Ramzan play has fortunately averted the indecent jokes however couldn’t assist mocking morality and ethics as a supply of humor. As an example, Gender biases, in one of many early episodes Bebe(Asma Abbas) scolded Meenu(Ayeza Khan) although in a comical method for asking her inherent share from the property, Furthermore, Miskeen(Ali Safina) can also be mocked for doing home chores. Along with this, lies are additionally portrayed because the savior, even mature characters similar to Kaneez (Tara Mahmood) casually converse a lie as if it’s not an enormous deal,”tum apne sach ka jhanda apne paas rakho” And clearly, Meenu(Ayeza Khan) has a collection of lies so as to produce humor. Normalization of unethical behaviors and stretching the boundaries of ethical values so as to produce laughter is threatening for society because it additional results in acceptance and appraisal of those behaviors.
Sakina Maham Azhar