Famous Pakistani actor Mohib Mirza has back to Television screen after four years, with Deedan. Deedan is latest Pakistani drama starring Snam Saeed and Mohib Mirza in leading roles.
‘Deedan’ is Directed by Amin Iqbal, and shot in the beautiful Attabad Valley of Hunza. Three episodes into the play, it follows the intense love story of Zardaab (Mohib) and Resham (Sanam Saeed), who are separated by Resham’s father.drama reflecting the Pakhtoon culture and customs.
The actor during an interview with local publication said that “I wasn’t too convinced with the content a far as television was concerned and I wasn’t motivated with the characters that I was being offered. So I didn’t take up any TV projects”. Mohib Mirza while responding to why he hasn’t been appearing on television for sometime said that “The thing is, you have the choice to select roles and hence you saw less of me on television. But as soon as I got the offer to play Zardaab in Deedan, I said ‘yes’.” “If you ask me, Zardaab Khan is the modern day ‘Majnu’,” Mohib said, adding that the most challenging bit about this play was to learn the accent.
Talking about his film Arth, Mohib said “For me it was more than enough that Shaan, such a big name of our film industry, approached me for the role. I accepted the offer and the main objective was to learn something new, the techniques he used and how he shot the entire film. Why the film didn’t do too well at the box office was something that was not in my control – I was just an actor.”
He continued, “There could’ve been a lot of factors – I think one reason was promotions and, as a viewer, I think people didn’t like the editing. But at least my objective to work with Shaan was accomplished.” “These days my only focus is not to portray men in a negative light. Besides, I take into account the script, what character I am being offered and how challenging the part is,” he added. “I agree that men have limited options to portray but now content departments and their heads have become a bit conscious about men playing substantial roles. So I think with time it will become better.”
On a parting note, Mohib Mirza said, “My past, present and future has, is and will revolve around acting and I will keep on doing that with honesty and devotion. However, in the future I will try to cater and entertain the youth and subconsciously give them a substantial message through the work I do.”
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17 November, 2019