Pakistani dramas are often criticized for portraying toxic masculinity. However, with the latest episode of Mere Humsafar, fans applaud Farhan Saeed for being expressive of his emotions. Hamza’s immense love for Hala and the way he protects her are giving major husband and wife goals to many out there. The recent episode normalizes ‘it’s okay to cry for both genders.’
Letting the emotions flow instead of bottling them up as men are usually ‘expected’ to do, Farhan Saeed broke the “men don’t cry” stereotype in Mere Humsafar. Fans were all praises for the multi-talented actor.
People went bananas in awe and spewed all the love over Farhan.
"Mard nhi rote Humza" this sentence has harden the heart of Men. Thatswhy they avoid to express their emotional side which eventually turns into aggression and voilence. Let men cry Let them be Soft. Tears doesn't belong to any particular gender.#MereHumsafar pic.twitter.com/jM25jO6esU
— Laraib Awan (@Oyee_Laraib) July 14, 2022
"aaj koi adalat nahi lagegi, hala. koi katehre mein khara nahi hoga. barabari par baat hogi. aankhon mein aakhain daal kar" the way he got off the bed and sat down with her? damnn the dialogue, the hand holding, the extreme softness, the pain, the scene, and them!#merehumsafar pic.twitter.com/RfvoTfPacZ
— aam (@AmnaKaSamnaa) July 15, 2022
@farhan_saeed you did an amazing job in the last episode of Mere Humsafar. You broke the taboo of "Mard nehi rote"You are not a normal person you're special🖤i won't say God gifted talent it is your hard work with the blessings of Allah❤#farhansaeed #MereHumsafar #haniaamir
— Ramisa Mahi (@RamisaMahi) July 15, 2022
Every Single #Halza stan watching yesterday's episode:
— ✨chai piyo biskit Khao✨ (@_thecinnamon__) July 15, 2022
— what did you say? (@joeyunofficial) July 14, 2022
— 𝐹𝒜 (@Faatiiimmaaa) July 14, 2022