Nauman Ijaz usually avoids giving interviews but recently when asked about the young new comer in entertainment industry, he spoke out loud about thingswhich he doesn’t talk often. Sharing his personal experience of working in television industry for more than decades he expressed “When I work, I work like anything; there are days and nights solely meant for shoots. By day, I am in Karachi and by evening in Lahore, working on various other plays, simultaneously I consider my success to all those senior actors who have helped me out in building my career. There have been times I was scolded on set on numerous occasions for not delivering my lines well. But today’s youngsters, they don’t wish to learn from veteran actors.”, said the veteran actor
Nauman feedback about the airing of Pakistani dramas on Indian channels was quite surprising “Indians are currently enjoying our dramas, but I wonder for how long. Pakistani women on screen are being humiliated. It’s high time we show the issues of women empowerment on the TV.”
When asked about the revival of Pakistani cinema and the hindrance why we lagging the actor shared his insights by saying “Why we lag behind is the fact that the son of those people who once made studios, took all the money and did nothing to upgrade the industry. Hence, we are to be blamed for ruining this industry by our own hands.”
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