“Sirf Tum” revolves around Abeer who has recently returned from abroad to live with her extended family. Abeer’s perspective on life and her priorities are different from her family’s, which leads to conflict between them. Her cousins, Hanan and Hamza, are also part of this extended family.
Hamza is a rebellious and unconventional person who dreams of living life without any responsibilities or restrictions. In contrast, Hanan is a mature and sensible man who believes in love and relationships. After a series of events, Abeer and Hamza are set to marry. However, Hamza’s inappropriate demands and unreasonable behaviour towards Abeer cause her to back out from the wedding. This creates chaos in the family and creates tension between Hamza & Abeer.
Ultimately, Hanan and Abeer are forced to marry each other. Though they reluctantly start their new life together, their past traumas continue to haunt them. The question remains: will Hanan and Abeer be able to overcome their past and find love for each other? Or will their differences and past experiences lead to further conflict and separation?
Mohsin Abbas Haider