In the first place scenes are hard; there is a great deal going ahead as far as narrating where the essayist and chief work to motivate groups of onlookers to get tied up with their start to such an extent that by the end these new characters seem relatable and natural. Once that is refined it is then time to proceed onward with the account and get down to the bare essential of narrating. The way that watchers tune into the second scene signals they are locally available and need to find out about the going-ons in these characters’ lives. Lamentably that isn’t the situation here. After a moderately fair first scene, the scene of Mere bewafa neglected to expand on the energy from a week ago.