Ishq Subhan Allah Review – Eisha Singh, Adnan Khan shine right from the First Episode

Zee TV Ishq Subhan Allah story update – Show starts on a high point amid controversy around Triple Talaaq

Zee TV’s new show Isqh Subhan Allah (produced by Creative Eye) saw its premiere yesterday, 14th March 2018 at 10.00 PM.

Written by Danish Javed from a story idea by development head Sandhya Riaz, the serial is directed by Vikram Ghai, with Ashish Batra as creative director.

The show is based with a Muslim backdrop and is love story of Zara (essayed by Eisha Singh) and Kabir (essayed by Adnan Khan) who have different mindset bout their religion 

While Kabir is a maluvi (priest) who abides by the traditional moral ethical code of conduct as per Muslim religion, Zara is a well educated woman applies the teachings of Allah to a logical, liberal way of life based of the true meaning of life teaching written in the holy Quran.

Ishq Subhan Allah Story so far…

We must say, right from the first episode, the maker have managed to grab the attention of the viewers with Zara and Kabir’s first meet amid riots and chaos by mob who are opposing the Triple Talaq. Zara and her friend Reema are on their way to catch a train to Lucknow where they get stuck amid the angered crowd who are opposing the bill.

Zara and Reema take a truck ride to catch their missed train at the next station, but they are stopped by a mob. Zara saves her Hindu friend by giving Reema her Burkha and then reminds the crowd a quote from Quran which states that Allah does not give pardon to one who commits crime/sin. However, the crowd soon finds out that her friend who is wearing a Burkha is actually a Hindu based on Reema’s spiritual ringtone. Zara and Reema run away from the crowd who chase them! Kabir who is in another truck sees the two ladies in distress and lends out his hands and help Zara and Reema get into the truck and saves them just in time! Its a love at first sight for Zara and Kabir who get to know each other as they board the train to Lucknow.

However, their love story that has just begun hits big road block when Zara mentions her views on Triple Talaq. The two have debate over their perspectives. Zara is of the view that the Triple Talaq (getting divorce by simply uttering the word talaq thrice) practice is un-Islamic as it has no mention in Quran. She believes that both men and women should have equal opportunity to end the marriage or reconcile differences. At the same time, Kabir thinks that if Nikaah is done by uttering Qubool Hai thrice, then why can’t divorce be done by Triple Talaq. Zara reminds him that Nikaah is not complete unless the girl gives her acceptance.

Later, the duo part ways on a bitter note. Kabir tells Zara that her views on Triple Talaq are wrong. Zara replies back to him that Triple Talaq is not mentioned in Quran and hence no one in this world can force her to accept it. She further adds him that she would pity the girl who would marry him!

Well, Ishq Subhan Allah seems to be quite promising from its first episode. The show urges the viewers to re-examine their perspective and interpretations of religious practices and code of conduct. Both Eisha Singh and Adnan Khan shine through their characters Zara and Kabir and their onscreen chemistry is surely going to win many hearts!

Apart from Eisha and Adnan, Vinay Jain, S.M. Zaheer, Suneel Pushkarna, Shalini Arora, Pankaj Kansra and Dhiraj K. Rai are in the supporting cast.

Did you watch Ishq Suban Allah? Do share your views/thoughts about the show in the comments section below!

Stay tuned to this space for latest news, gossips and upcoming twists in Ishq Subhan Allah!

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