Pakistan showbiz lollywood celebrity Urwa Hocane & Farhan Saeed come back with Nadeem Baig’s next Serial BY SAEED NASIR
“Urwa , I think has great potential to do various tasks. I found her to do be amazing in Punjab Nahi Jaungi. She viewed pretty and performed justice to the type”
After their chartbusting serial jointly, Udaari, the real-life lovebirds, Urwa Hocane and Farhan Saeed are now ready to show-off their envious chemistry on reel with forthcoming Eid-ul-Fitr telefilm. Produced under the banners of Sana Shahnawaz’ next Level Entertainment and six Sigma,like all Eid special offers, is a family-drama with an ensemble celebrity cast. Directed by Pyaaray Afzal and Jawani Phir Nahi Ani-famed director, Nadeem baig and written by Faiza Iftikhar of Dillagi, Aunn Zara and Roag, the untitled Television set film also feature veterans, Saba Hamid and Asif Raza Mir, and yesterday model-turned-actress, Iffat Umer alongside Hocane and Saeed in titular roles.
While Urwa and Farhan Have previously been observed in intense romantic crisis serials Udaari,It’s very different from what they’ve done recently. It’s a tale of contemporary times,very fashionable,he disclosed.Farhan has never done such a personality before and I was pleasantly surprised to observe how well he’s preformed.Speaking of Hocane,whom Baig also aimed in upcoming film, Punjab Nahi Jaungi, the director was all praises for the starlet. “Urwa, I believe has great probable to do various jobs. I came across her to do be amazing in Punjab Nahi Jaungi.
She looked very and do justice to the character,” he sustains. “I really believe in characters which have to say there something, they need to bring their own laughter and Urwa has brought her characters alive.Testimonies are always standard; it’s the display screen play that makes it different.All the movies or dramas one comes across, you feel you’ve all see nit before,” he responds. “For example, before Jawani Phir Nahi Ani released, evaluations were being drawn to a number of Indian films, but those perceptions changed once it came out.