“Pyar ka Pehla Sheher” is a standout amongst the most intriguing sentimental Novels. It is an anecdote about unadulterated and honest love. The creator endeavors to outline two through this novel. To begin with, anybody can experience passionate feelings for since it is the custom of everybody. Love has never saved itself for wonderful or physically fit individuals rather everybody begins to look all starry eyed once or ordinarily in their life. It simply occurs and sees no limit, nation, nationality and so forth. Second, in this day and age, we characterize an impediment individual as “an individual who is either physically or rationally unfit”, while in creator’s perspective everybody whether he/she understand it or not sooner or later in their life become a handicap. We as a whole want to form the life in our own particular manner yet more often than not requirements, for example, culture, destitution, hunger, family, training, work and so on make us debilitation and we will undoubtedly settle on the extreme and undesirable choices.
It is a tale about a Pakistani vacationer “Sunan”, who on along these lines to France meets “Paskal”, an impairment (weak) yet lovely French young woman. Paskal is by all accounts in the complex of inadequacy because of her incapacity to appropriately walk. Sunan chooses to go through at some point with Paskal and help her in returning to the typical life once more. They get to know one another and soon the two of them understand that they are profoundly enamored with one another. Paskal on preparing the genuine romance progresses toward becoming to forfeit everything for Sunan and now Sunan due to the social and social limitations needs to settle on a choice. … .To see if Sunan weds Paskal or not, read and appreciate the novel… …
Mustansir Hussain Tarar not exclusively completed great employment in communicating the sentiments of novel’s characters with his mysterious words, however, while perusing this novel one can appreciate additionally appreciate the history and depiction of some well-known spots of Paris. I firmly prescribe this novel to all Urdu writing perusers.