“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:

 

โ€œThe reason I decided to come to Pakistan was because of the strong content in Pakistani television.โ€
She further added:
โ€œIndian 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:
โ€œThey 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.โ€

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

โ€œPakistanis canโ€™t come to India yet. But Iโ€™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. Heโ€™s such a funny, crazy and fun-loving guy! And heโ€™s always calm, so it would be funny to see him lose his temper in Big Boss.โ€

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