There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Its about trashing the theory that izzat sirf aurat ki hoti hai, mard ki koi izzat nahi hoti. Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. Apr 12, Madiha J Bookblogger rated it it was ok. Oct 19, MahRukh rated it it was amazing Shelves: But of course, just when the future started looking bright, the past came unannounced at the door, clawing its way in, and sucking the happiness out of everyone’s lives.
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This book showed that even the most sincere form of love can be plagued by a person’s darkness and their past.
And its her stubbornness and dedication that she was able to make a guy like Sikandar open up to her.
Notify me of new comments via email. Yes, it was beautiful at jain, especially what Sikandar went through reminded me of Salaar from Peer e Kamil.
May 07, Muhammad Wasiq rated it really liked it. I was almost like shouting to his father not to leave him like that.
Jo Bache Hain Sang Samait Lo
No trivia or nain yet. I could not get my mind off from the novel till I completed it. And adding to that, something incredibly horrifying happens to him, something that people in our society don’t believe can happen to a man, but it happened to him, that shattered him completely and brought him to the brink of suicide.
We gradually see what Sikandar was, the family he belonged to and the luxurious lifestyle that he grew up enjoying. Its about trashing the theory that izzat sirf aurat ki hoti sng, mard ki koi izzat nahi hoti.
It starts with a 32 year old Sikandar, who lives alone and works as a lawyer.
Novel Review: Jo Bachay Hain Sang Samait Lo by Farhat Ishtiaq – Read Me This
We see how people he cared about most forsake him and left him for the world to do whatever. I therefore left it for Farhat Ishtiaq to write. Thank you for reading. Feb 02, Sweara Ahmed rated it it was amazing Shelves: And the first half of the story including the trauma of main lead was there, almos scene to scene. I am just saying many people can get same idea for a book. Nov 21, Ramsha S rated it it was amazing Shelves: It starts with a 32 year old Sikandar, who lives alone and works as a lawyer.
I love his everything. You know like Raju Hirani’s films 3 idiots,PK jo bachay hain sang samait lo are a commercial success because they are funny but revolve around realistic subjects at the same time. But the darkness can be overcome by the same force of love and selflessness.
Another big reason was me being unable to get my hands on its physical copy, which proved way more difficult than necessary.
The plot has many similarities with Diyar-e-Dil, though the story is splendid y. Its amazing how Liza was able to impact him and made him see her as a ray of light in his dark life. How he was stripped off everything and had to start from nothing. His sufferings reminded of me Salar’s from Pir-e-Kamil, but while Salar deserved his punishment, Sikandar was an innocent man caught in fate’s cruel joke. I read this book in maybe I kinda skimmed it today ,when college friend who is an avid urdu digest reader hyped it too much.
Jo Bache Hain Sang Samait Lo / جو بچے ہیں سنگ سمیٹ لو
So glad I finally read it. Samaait revealed that Sikandar and Liza’s lives were more connected than they thought. The characters of Sikandar and Liza are so precious.