Comebacks are never easy, especially when you’re a celebrity known for your exuberance and candid nature. And if you’re an ex-morning show host like Nadia Khan who has made a return from a controversial exit and domestic life after almost two decades, things are bound to change.
From being crowned as the Queen of bringing TRP ratings to life, to returning to the small screen must have been terrifying as well as exciting. Kudos to the production houses though, for collaborating with Nadia Khan, who is now working on back-to-back projects and giving us realistic performances in Zun Mureed and Kaisi Aurat Ho Tum that are based on subjects that are still considered taboo. But there are some similarities in her choices that have everyone talking.
Simply put, Zun Mureed highlights the different shades of grey in a husband-wife relationship, domestic violence and its overall impact on a family. The issue of domestic violence is deeply rooted in the Pakistani culture and yet no reforms have been set or taken to tackle such a sensitive issue. Therefore through Zun Mureed, Nadia Khan portrays a woman who’s otherwise happy life is disrupted through the hands of abuse and its primary effects in all those who are involved, and also focuses on women empowerment.