Marriage is a life-long sacred bond, one that is molded with love and mutual understanding.but when a relationship is deprived of all such emotions, conflict arises even between a loving couple.“meenu ka susral” highlights the story of such conflicts within the families that can create extreme distrust and negativity.
In a country like Pakistan, girls go through a lot of stress and pressures because of inhuman norms. Girlâ€™s Schools in Swat are being bombed. Kahe Ko Biyahee Bides is an inspirational story, that will motivate many girls to pursue education and have big dreams in life. Mehru (played by Beenish Chauhan) the main protagonist of Kahe ko Biyahee Bides is also one such girl, who challenges status quo and goes beyond the conventions of her community.
A young good looking intelligent girl named Mehru wants to study further but her family wants to marry her off. She secures first position in her division and her aunt brings her to the city so that she could achieve her goal and helps her out regarding her admission to the university. After the initial problems with her auntâ€™s family and fellow students, she befriends Fatima whose mother (Salma) is a politician. Salma doesnâ€™t welcome Mehru at her home causing tension and resentment.
After an accident, a workshop owner Seth Wajahat marries Mehru. Wajahat turns out to be an extremely jealous. Mehruâ€™s cousin Saleem wanting to impress Mehru goes in the wrong direction and becomes a low level pawn on the political chessboard of Salmaâ€™s politics. Then events take a turn and Saleem kills Wajahat and runs away. Mehru is accused of the murder and is sent to jail. Later, Saleem realizes that Mehru is being punished for his crime; he comes and accepts his guilt. Mehru is freed and feels that she has lost track of her life, so she goes to the city once again where further complexities of life awaits herâ€¦
Cast: Sohail Asghar, Shabbir Jan, Rubina Ashraf, Beenish Chauhan, Ahsan Khan, Shehzad Raza,Parveen Akbar, Naeema Garaj, Arif Bahalim, Anoushey Abbasi, Afshan Qureshi, Barkat Ullah, Tabbasum Arif, Amina Kareem, Naseem Bano, Kanwal, Sami Khan,
Madiha Iftekhar, Uzma Mazhar, Farid Ullah, Adam Rathore