Fans Are Angry Over The Unrealistic Ending Of Pakistani Drama “Ishq Tamasha”

By Arslan Athar | 19 Sep, 2018

Ishq Tamasha’ finally drew to a close a few days ago.

The show had attracted quite an audience and the final left that fan base with a lot of questions.

What seems to have stirred fans is the fact that Mehrab proposed to Mirha so soon after Rushna’s death. 

This discussion and question have reigned supreme over social media ever since the show ended.

Fans felt bad for Wahaj

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Another character people felt bad for was Rushna

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The general consensus was that fans expected more out of the show, specifically the finale 

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This is an interesting theory on what should have happened 

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There were some who couldn’t get over Rushna’s death being followed so closely by a proposal 

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While some fans didn’t give their razamandi for the shaadi

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Mirha had to face her own set of problems

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But people were also amazed by the character’s big heart. 

This person just didn’t like how people didn’t fault Mehrab for his behavior. 

There were many who blamed Mehrab for Rushna’s death and wondered why the writers penned a happy ending for such a character

There were some harsh critiques thrown at the show 

All that being said, there were still some people who found the ending very adorable 

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Kuch nahin tou, this show has created a new fan favorite ‘on-screen couple’

Did you see the finale of ‘Ishq Tamasha’? What did you think of it? Let us know in the comments 🙂

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