Halala concept in urdu in Pakistani Dramas? True or False?
A couple which underwent a divorce can not remarry unless the woman marries another man truly,and then her second husband dies or divorce her.In this case the marriage (Nikah) of the woman with her second husband is called Nikah Halala
One of the most over used and abused term in Pakistani serials is Talaaq (Divorce). Writers and producers have literally made a joke out of this. And then comes Halaala.. they make it as it is so simple. Khalil ur Rehman Qamar’s latest serial Zara yaad kar that is winning appraisals from people because of its dialogues has just made the mockery out of talaaq and halaala.. Pemra should definitely take notice of this because they are misguiding people. And the writer must do his homework before writing the stories.
I am copy pasting the following piece of information which I read on another website.
Written by Hani on reviewit.pk
Please be aware that if girl ask for khula or boy gives divorce before the consummation of marriage(rukhsati not made)’ then, this is only single divorce in islam. In this case, iddah is not necessary, haq mehr also not liable to be paid and lastly halala is not mandatory. They can re-marry by performing another nikkah. This is Islamic concept contrary to what is shown in this drama.
Please I repeat again, HALALA IS NOT MANDATORY IF MARRIAGE HAS NOT BEEN CONSUMMATED.
Firstly, I dnt understand why the girl is running after doing halala when it is not required since she took khula before rukhsati? Secondly, I dnt understand why halala is shown as planned divorce? HALALA IS NOT A PLANNED DIVORCE PLEASE. It is a normal nikkah performed by girl with 2nd husband without pre-planning for divorce, and only after consummation of marriage with 2nd husband, if he gives divorce with all his will, then this nikkah is called halala and the girl is now halal for her 1st husband. Halala is infact a punishment for 1st husband for the divorce he gave to his wife.
Please refer to below Surahs;
And if he divorced her (the third time), then she is not lawful unto him thereafter until she has wedded another husband. Then if he (the other husband) divorce her it is no sin for both of them that they come together again if they consider that they are able to observe the limits of Allah. These are the limits of Allah. He manifesteth them for people who have knowledge.
O you who believe! When you marry believing women, and then divorce them before you have sexual intercourse with them, no ‘Iddah [divorce prescribed period, see (V.65:4)] have you to count in respect of them. So give them a present, and set them free i.e. divorce, in a handsome manner.
HUM TV Please stop this non-sense and stop spreading non-islamic concepts. your dramas are being watched all over the world and people are learning un-islamic concepts because of you and your stupid new confused concepts.
Pakistani dramas have made a mockery of marriage in general. Unlike Indian dramas, it is very hard to sensationalize the event of marriage so writers throw in talaaq and halala at a drop of the hat just to get in those points at the rating scale. There can be no swapped brides or forced pheras around the fire for a marriage to happen, nikaah means full hosh o hawas mein qubool qubool qubool wo bhi naam le le ke! So how to play with the idea of marriage so that it has people glued to screens? Simple..talaaq and halala.
Speaking of Zara Yaad Kar, what annoys me THE MOST is Mahnoor’s character and the utter lack of self respect that she has. WHAT kind of girl is ready to throw herself at any man without even thinking of the consequences once!!? Yeah, the whole halala concept is shown as a joke in the show in the first place but even if we do take it as some serious stuff, how can someone wrap their head around the idea that girls like Mahnoor exist? There are silly naive girls but Mahnoor tou koi aur hi category hai bhayee! In the span of two days she got caught red-handed by her “temporary husband’s” wife and girlfriend respectively but she’s back at it all again, demanding Haadi that he finds a way so she can marry him. Matlab..WHAT THE HELL?!
KUR was on God knows which medicine when he penned this drama. All the characters are one extreme or another. It’s so hard to find one sanely logical person in this show. And it’s so weird to think that KUR’s last show, Mera Naam Yousuf Hai, treated marriage and love for someone in a sanely manner. Well, as sane as KUR’s dramatic world allows it. Wahan at least Zulekha agreed to move on from Yousuf the moment she became someone’s wife. The ladies in that show had some serious spine. Yahan tou..pata nahin konsa halwa pakta rehta hai..
Thats true…this drama has made a mockery out of such a serious issue…even i wrote in the thread as well that intentional halala is not even allowed…the drama was going fyn until this whole halala concept was thrown in…and believe me i have never ever seen halala happening in the real life, like literally NEVER EVER! This is next to impossible , when the man has divorced his wife why the hell would he accept the same woman again, and in case of women no woman in her sane mind would even want to go back to the husband who has divorced her in the first place…and the way intentional halala is shown in this drama is beyond disgusting, the only drama I remember where halala was shown in a right way was Doraha, the first husband divorced the wife in anger and she was secondly married to a man who turned out to be a psycho so the parents took a stand and asked for divorce (without the intention of halala) and then afterwards the first husband wanted to take her back…