Mohib Mirza On His Movies And Long Hiatus From TV

Mohib Mirza is an actor who works on his own terms and according to him it’s the same case with his personal life. He’s married to Aaminah Sheikh is at the peak of her career. She lead Cake, Pakistan’s official submission to the academy awards, and won accolades for her wonderful performance. Now, that Mohib is equally talented and has proved it time and again then what’s stopping him from being at top. Mohib revealed it all in his interview to Galaxy Lollywood.

On his selection of films he said, ” Bachana fared well while TMLS struggled to get its act right with the audience. The audience shouldn’t be blamed for disliking a film. Personally I felt, TMLS had a good script but something went intrinsically wrong with the technical support i.e. colour grading and sound until the final screening. Lack of promotions was also a cause for its debacle. As for Arth, it was completely Shaan’s visualization from start to finish. As an actor, I surrendered myself to him and completely trusted his vision. Each film has its own destiny, maybe the hype around the film was missing or it wasn’t the right time to release it. As an industry, we are still in the experimenting zone and it is really unfair to label a film a hit or a flop. It’s a tough phase for the actors, distributors and filmmakers.”

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On why does he take so long to appear on Tv, he replied, “I took my time to wait for a good script instead of grabbing just any project, just to stay relevant. I got a lot of lead role offers these past few offers but the characters just didn’t appeal to me. The plots were getting repetitive and there was nothing new. I truly believe that an actor should and must evolve with time and the offers I was getting didn’t align with that. Deedan, on the other hand, has given me an opportunity to prove my versatility. I have worked really hard on it and have broken quite a few stereotypes through it. I couldn’t have asked for a better comeback project.”


Sohayl Ahmed