Ruswai has been ARY Digital’s blockbuster drama serial featuring Sana Javed and Mikaal Zulfiqar in the lead roles. The drama serial has recently concluded with a strong and powerful message for all those who wanted to seek justice for all the injuctices that happened with them.
The role of a gang rape victim Sameera was beautifully essayed by Sana Javed. She never stopped hoping that one day she will be able to give punishment to those who have raped her.
The audience of the show has finally take a sigh of relief as justice was being served to her. The very last episode left an everlasting impact on the audience.
Apart from this, the fans were also surprised to see the guest appearance of Mukhtaran Mai. She has been the real life surviving victim of the gang rape. She is now serving for the women’s rights and is internationally acclaimed for her efforts.
In the very last moments of the show, we have witnessed the guest appearnace of her.
Meanwhile, Osama Tahir also received ample praises for essaying the role of Hamza, a very supportive brother that every girl needs in this society.
There was no one who could stand with Sameera in her fight for justice, but, there was that one person who never stopped standing beside his sister and he was Hamza.
Even Sameera’s husband Salman does not listen to her and keeps on taunting her ridiculing her. Before this mishap, he swore to his love and tried to convince everyone that he truly loves her. But ever since Sameera was raped, his thinking completely changed.
He doesn not realized what he is doing with her while clearly knowing that she is his wife. He becomes interested in other girl named Pinky and even married her.
Hamza could not bear this all and supported his sister in every step she tries to take. Just for the sake of his sister Sameera, he sacrificed his own happiness and forgets about his son and wife as well. He does not care about any one else at all.
We all must not let the injustice prevail in our society. Some independent and brave girls and needed to set an example for those who do not raise their voices against the societal injustices. We hail thy bravey Sameera!