Indian TV was more versatile in the 80s and 90s Fawad Khan


Indian TV was more versatile in the 80s and 90s Fawad Khan

Indian TV was more versatile in the 80s and 90s Fawad Khan

Fawad Khan’s stint on Pakistani TV started in 2010. The actor then gained quality with shows like Dastaan, Humsafar and Zindagi Gulzar Hai. raise him if he’d take up work on Indian TV, and he says such “comparisons square measureunfair as each business has its strengths and weaknesses.
“In Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the TV business is within the foreground and therefore the industry is within the background. Since tv is just visual medium of amusement that reaches millions, it's evolved and offerscompletely different genres of storytelling. As for Indian TV, it's seen success and remains successful , however it absolutely was additional versatile within the ’80s and ’90s,” says Fawad.
The Pakistani star adds that “there was a time once Pakistani audiences eaten Indian TV content”. “Saas-bahu dramas like Kasautii Zindagi Kay arrived on the scene. The Pakistani TV business was additionally facing a troublesome time,” he says.
But Fawad adds that “films invariably had a preference over TV in Asian nation, therefore you see skillfulness in movies”. will that mean no TV for him? “I don’t apprehend. I’d wish to tell stories in a very completely differentmanner. i'm a giant fan of what’s happening on western shows like urban center and True Detective. i'm a friend ofurban center above all. These square measure the sort of stories we will tell,” he says.
Fawad adds that “we have nice stories to inform on TV”. “I simply don’t observe them as I don’t need anyone to steal my concepts (laughs). i'd wish to see a reenactment or retelling of Alif Laila (based on tales from the Arabian Nights).

 




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