Green Entertainment has brought a breath of fresh air to the world of entertainment. Their latest
channel offers a break from the everyday and conventional narratives that often dominate the screen.
Among the gems in Green Entertainment’s lineup, “Idiot” stands out as a play that dares to challenge
societal norms and present a social critique. The central character, Gulzar (Ahmed Ali Akbar), aptly
labeled the “Idiot” fearlessly delves into the harsh realities and truths of society, all without the burden
of being preachy. That’s the beauty of “Idiot”.
Gulzar and Rameen’s Unconventional Journey
In Episode 15 & 16 we see in this unconventional and refreshingly different drama, Gulzar, a typical
Pakistani bachelor, receives a call from his parents urging him to return home. However, Gulzar’s
determination not to conform to societal pressures leads to a unique proposal. He asks Rameen to
marry him, taking both the characters and the audience on a delightful ride. The dynamics between the
couple are both humorous and heartwarming. Gulzar’s plea for personal space and boundaries within
their relationship adds a layer of authenticity to the story. The show unfolds with the nikkah ceremony,
attended by close family members, marking a turning point in their lives.
Rida’s Vanishing Act
The drama takes an unexpected turn when Rimsha and Rida, two school-going girls, find themselves
entangled in a web of secrets. Rida’s disappearance sets the stage for a thrilling narrative. Rimsha’s
revelation about a mysterious guy at school adds an element of intrigue. The episode is a stark reminder
of how adolescents can get caught up in lies and wrongdoings, and the impact on their families and
friends. As Rida’s mother turns to Gulzar for help in locating her missing daughter, the plot thickens,
keeping the viewers engaged and eager for more revelations.
Gulzar’s Quest for Truth
A significant plotline unfolds as Gulzar uncovers a shocking truth about a hospital. The hospital’s
exploitation of patients for financial gain is revealed, as they perform unnecessary surgeries for profit.
This eye-opening revelation highlights the darker side of the medical industry. The involvement of
Shaukat Khan, a respected figure, adds depth to the storyline. As Gulzar delves deeper into the truth, he
realizes the extent of the deception, and the consequences become increasingly severe.
Shaukat Khan’s attempts to thwart Gulzar’s investigation create a gripping suspense that keeps the audience at the edge of their seats.
Saadat’s Anguish and Rida’s Flight
The drama takes a tense turn when Saadat, Rida’s father, discovers his daughter’s disappearance.
Emotions run high, leading to a heated argument in which he slaps Rida’s mother. Desperation and
anger push him to extreme measures, as he brandishes a pistol to search for his missing daughter. Rida’s
note announcing her independent flight only intensifies the family’s turmoil.
In a nutshell, ‘Idiot’; is a delightful blend of wit, humor, social critique, and gripping drama. It manages to
educate and entertain audiences from all walks of life. As it challenges the conventional saas-bahu
narratives, ‘Idiot’ offers a unique and enjoyable viewing experience. Tune in every Friday at 8 pm on
Green Entertainment and savor the magic of ‘Idiot’.