Public Shares Lessons They Learned from Mayi Ri

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The popular and most-watched Pakistani drama of the 7:00 p.m. hour is called Mayi Ri. It airs every day on ARY Digital. With a gripping plot and an all-star ensemble, it was written by Sana Fahad, directed by Meesam Naqvi, and produced by Fahad Mustafa. Aina Asif, Samar Jafri, Nauman Ijaz, Maria Wasti, Maya Khan, Sajida Syed, Saad Faridi, Amna Malik, Paras Masroor, Usman Mazhar, and Diya Mughal are among the ensemble cast members. The plot has been given life by each actor’s outstanding performances up to this point.

There are already fifty episodes of Mayi Ri. The drama’s plot is praised by viewers. The play is receiving favorable traffic and views. Fans claim that Mayi Ri is educational and lesson-focused since it illustrates how one poor marital decision can ruin many lives. The play teaches us a valuable lesson about the value of education in the lives of young girls and boys, according to Mayi Ri drama watchers. Social media users claimed that the play brought attention to the negative impacts of both child marriage and early marriage.

Fans also claim to have learned the lesson that regardless of age, a couple should wait until they are mature before getting married, especially when they are strong enough to face life’s problems together. Fans of the show appreciate it because it portrays concerns with property and dysfunctional relationships while reflecting society. People are also drawing lessons from Annie and Fakhir’s failed marriage, which includes their inability to care for their little daughter. Additionally, it has been suggested that newlyweds who feel coerced into marriage shouldn’t have children right away, especially if they are irresponsible.

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