Fans spot similarities between Tere Bin & Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya

Viewers are claiming that there are similarities between ‘Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya’ and ‘Tere Bin’.

Fans spot similarities between Tere Bin & Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya f

“Did they copy our drama?”

Netizens are drawing parallels between the Pakistani drama serial, Tere Bin and Bollywood film Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya.

Tere Bin is a romantic Pakistani drama series set in Hyderabad.

It focuses on the lives of two main characters, Murtasim (Wahaj Ali) and Meerab (Yumna Zaidi).

The storyline delves into their lives and relationships, exploring themes of love and romance.

In the initial portrayal of Murtasim, his character is depicted as possessing traits of aggression and stubbornness.

This facet of his personality comes to the forefront in a particular scene where, amidst heightened emotions, he slaps Meerab.

The impact of the forceful blow leaves Meerab overwhelmed, causing her to faint. However, Murtasim instinctively catches her before she collapses.

In a parallel narrative, a strikingly similar scene unfolds in the film Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya.

Here, Aryan, portrayed by Shahid Kapoor, finds himself immersed in a moment of intense emotions.

He mirrored the complexities of Murtasim in Tere Bin.

In a dramatic turn of events, Aryan, grappling with inner turmoil, impulsively administers a forceful slap to Sifra.

Sifra is played by the talented Kriti Sanon.

Sifra, much like Meerab in Tere Bin, succumbs to the impact of the unexpected blow and faints. Aryan catches her in a very similar manner as Murtasim did.

Viewers have spotted an uncanny resemblance between the two.

The slap scenes from both, when played side by side, are perfectly in sync with each other.

One X user questioned: “Did they copy our drama?”

Another stated: “Seems like a recycled idea from Tere Bin. Can’t they come up with something fresh and meaningful?”

One claimed:

“It actually does look like they copied this scene from Tere Bin.”

Many netizens shamed the repetitive narratives in both Pakistani and Indian entertainment industries.

One said: “This has become old and repetitive. We deserve better narratives in 2024.”

Another commented: “The lack of creativity is evident.”

One noted: “And the male aggression is glorified once again. This chain would never stop.

“Even across the border, women have to deal with men like Murtasim and Aryan.”

Another wrote: “Both the film and the drama look stupid. What is so attractive about a man slapping a woman so hard that she loses consciousness?”

Ayesha is a film and drama student who adores music, arts and fashion. Being highly ambitious, her motto for life is, "Even the Impossible spells I'm Possible"

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