“Pakistani Dramas Are More Real And Relatable”, Says Indian Actor Sara Khan

“Pakistani Dramas Are More Real And Relatable”, Says Indian Actor Sara Khan

During the tense relationship between India and Pakistan which affected the entertainment industry a lot, Sara Khan is one such Indian actress who did not hesitate to come here to shoot for her drama, Laiken.

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She made her Pakistani drama debut with Bay Khudhi. While speaking to The Express Tribune, she said:

 

“The reason I decided to come to Pakistan was because of the strong content in Pakistani television.”

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She further added:
“Indian television is quite well-developed. There is a tonne of content and people are more professional, whereas Pakistani television is still growing. But I love the content on Pakistani TV.
While talking about the major difference between Indian and Pakistani dramas, she said:
“They are more real and relatable. And then, another aspect I enjoy here is that they end on time. It takes about a month or so to finish a spell for a drama here whereas in India, they just go on forever. So, in Pakistan, the shorter duration keeps it fresh and an actor can move to another project.”

Upon being asked that which Pakistani celebrity she would like to see in the Indian reality TV show Big Boss, she said:

“Pakistanis can’t come to India yet. But I’m sure the situation will be better in no time. And then, I would love to see my Bay Khudi co-star Noor Hassan in Big Boss. He’s such a funny, crazy and fun-loving guy! And he’s always calm, so it would be funny to see him lose his temper in Big Boss.”