The drama serial “Tere Bin” starring Yumna Zaidi and Wahaj Ali has been making quite a buzz on Twitter lately, but unfortunately, not for the best reasons. The latest episode of the show has stirred up a firestorm of criticism among viewers, who are accusing it of promoting toxic marital relationships and portraying domestic abuse.
The content hit a nerve and sparked a lot of conversation online.
Twitter Is Disappointed
“Tere Bin is a drama that is already doing tremendously well, breaking records, but you feel you need to use marital r@pe as clickbait??? At this point,I don’t care whether it doesn’t happen. It’s insulting and exploitative to an audience that is giving you so much love and support”
“Tere Bin’s promo & whatever it implied was absolutely disgusting indeed. But you know what is even more shocking? People over here who apparently watch the ‘best’ shows blaming others for watching TB & making them feel like shit when they’ve no clue that this was coming?”
“If Murtasim actually does end up assaulting Meerub, then I’ll have no qualms in saying that this enjoyable trashy romance just became pure trash. Nothing justifies it. Nothing will then redeem him.”
“do people actually not understand? it’s not about wether he rapes her or not its the fact they’re using such a sensitive topic to create suspense how are people still crying in the tag saying “i hope the promo is misleading” like if thats gonna make it any better”
“Just for ratings, how can geo show this. Does this make sense. We all didn’t signed up for traumatic episodes. What’s more devastating is romanticizing with bewafa bgm. This is triggering our mental health. We deserve peace not trauma for a week.”
“whether or not Murthasim actually goes through with marital rape, the fact that they used this as a cliffhanger/hook for next week shows how trivially the makers take such matters. It’s sickening!”
It’s important to remember that dramas are a form of entertainment and storytelling. They often touch upon real-life issues, but it’s crucial to handle sensitive topics responsibly and in a way that raises awareness without normalizing harmful behavior. This situation highlights the need for responsible storytelling and the impact that media can have on its audience.