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Will Rashid make it out alive in Qayamat’s last episode?

Ifrah’s hunt for vengeance was a bit blurry in the past few episodes of drama serial Qayamat. When she offered shelter to Urooj in her father’s house and then suggested her to marry a man who’s twice her age, it was uncertain if the fiery protagonist (starring Neelam Muneer) was toying with only those who wronged her family.

But with the second last episode that aired last night, Ifrah’s intention to help the young mother seemed genuine when Urooj (Sidra Niazi), too, found no harm in marrying Fayyaz (Noor-Ul-Hassan), as long as she gets to keep her own daughter safe and provide her a good fortune.

Ifrah may have put herself as well as her father through some tough confrontation coming from their relatives’ end, but it was to restore peace in the longer run. Surprisingly, the matter was closed sooner than expected and everyone else left for their homes.

Perhaps, it was because Ifrah is already welcoming of a divorce from her narcissistic husband, Rashid (Ahsan Khan), who was recently exposed for killing his first wife Samra (Amar Khan) – also, Ifrah’s elder sister.

However, a chaotic turn of events is in the waiting as one of Rashid’s enemies is ready to retaliate— leaving many questions for the Qayamat audience. Will Rashid manage to escape after being held captive by Atif’s goons for days? And how will it change Rashid if he even survives the assault?

The last episode of Qayamat will air tonight (Wednesday) at 8:00 p.m. on Geo Entertainment.

Qayamat is a presentation of the country’s leading production house 7th Sky Entertainment owned by the dynamic duo Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi. It is directed by Ali Faizan Anchan and written by Sarwat Nazeer. It also stars Haroon Shahid, Saba Faisal, Shabbir Jan, Zainab Qayyum, Mizna Waqas, Haris Waheed, Kinza Malik, Sana Fakhar, and Faiza Gillani in pivotal roles.

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