Khuda Aur Mohabbat – A Drama For Those Who Are Very fond of Comedy!
The story of Khuda-Aur (KHuda-Aur) revolves around a fictional girl named Molli (Hamid), who is born in a landed family. Imaan, daughter of Moulavi and Hamid are meant to marry, but fate has different plans for them. Khuda-Aur is set during the reign of Tipu Sultan of Mysore in the year 1690. Molli’s father, whom we later learn was a regular contributor to the kingdom’s revenue, passes away leaving her in charge of the household. But when her beloved husband goes on a fishing expedition with his friend Bairat and they return from their trip, Molli’s life is turned upside down.
Molli’s new husband is a member of the marauding tribe of Rajputs and they force their way into Molli’s home. Her husband tries to convert her to Islam, to win her back, but in the end she decides to remain a Hindu. Molli’s sister Hina is also married to a Rajput and is very unhappy. Bairat and his friend Chitra are soon killed in a battle. As the drama progresses, we know that Molli’s conversion to Islam will not make things any better but it does bring a change in her marriage.
After the deaths of the three Rajput brothers, Hina’s husband returns and makes peace with Molli and the two become close friends. However, all this is ruined when she is kidnapped by Chitra and taken to a cave where she is forced to marry him. Soon, Molli’s old friend Saleem appears and he too persuades Chitra to let Molli return to her parents and marry him. However, Chitra refuses and decides to wed Hina to save herself from dishonor.
The first episode ends with Chitra telling Hina that she is free to choose and marry anyone she wants as long as it does not hurt her sisters. Hina tries to convince her parents to stop this marriage but to no avail. Chitra continues to press her case and finally Saleem’s father agrees to marry Saleem to Molli. The happy news takes everyone by surprise and everybody applauds including Hina’s parents who are quite shocked. The first episode ends with Hina and Saleem walking hand in hand on the street as Chitra holds the girl next to her in a pose of submission.
The third season of Khuda aur Mohabbat has a lot of drama and comedy. After Chitra’s marriage to Saleem, her new marriage to Saleem’s father proves to be a very traumatic experience for her. While shopping, Chitra meets an unidentified male customer who asks her to go to a strip club. Chitra gets very drunk and does not know what to do after this but finally decides to accompany the customer to the club. However, when Chitra arrives there and hears that her friend is having an affair with a married man, Chitra decides to confront Saleem about his unfaithfulness.
Although at first Chitra is able to keep her relationship with Saleem secret but when she finds out that Saleem has another woman with him, Chitra decides to inform her parents. Chitra’s parents do not approve of her getting into a relationship with Saleem’s wife. In the third season, while going on a date with Asad qureshi (Saleem), Chitra gets drunk and forgets to ask Asad about their previous meeting and where they had gone to eat. At this point in the show, Asad immediately realizes that Chitra has been in an accident which has left her with brain damage. This incident leads to Chitra spending the next two weeks in the hospital and undergoing various medical treatments before being released.
The third season of khuda aur mohabbat is mostly centered on the relationship between Asad qureshi and Chitra. This show follows a dramatic and bold turn as Asad is slowly seduced by Chitra and finally gets his heart broken after several years. After this, Chitra flees from Saleem and goes her separate way. In the last few episodes, we also get to know about how Chitra and Saleem’s son, Dabbar, are building a new future for themselves.
This is a highly romantic story that highlights the different economic and social dynamic of modern day India. It presents a positive portrayal of the working conditions and life of ordinary people. This is not only a drama but it also portrays a sensitive subject like love and marriage. All in all, kinda aur mohabbat season is an enjoyable watch. You would not want to miss out on this!