A gentle job at the Also Find us; Official site: I have established myself as a writer of merit on television and, therefore, do not have to deal with a lot of interference when writing plays. I enjoyed developing and writing 7 Din Mohabbat In for the duo. I am surprised that people tend to place a lot emphasis on stories and largely ignore characters. People loved the serial. We have great chemistry and the channels of communication between us are open and efficient.
There are many things worth living for, a few things worth dying for, but nothing worth killing for. I wish I could relive the times. No one can see the play but I am proud to have written it. They knew how to appreciate love, beauty and art. Meenu and Farjad have done complete justice to my script. Which one was your favorite character?
People expected a full-fledged feature film when they went to see Jeevan Haathi and were disappointed by a fifty-minute film made on a modest budget.
When they were cast in 7 Din Mohabbat In, a lot of suddusi said that they would not be able to do justice to the characters of Tipu and Neeli but I ignored the comments, chalking them up to mischief-making. Your plays have been criticised for being crude, vulgar and tawdry. The series had a number of very interesting characters that had been refined to perfection.
I belong to the past. People will enjoy seeing Mahira Khan and Sheheryar Munawar in the roles of middle class people trying to enjoy life.
On the other hand, I am new brwah cinema and have to incorporate suggestions from producers and directors into my scripts. What is your fondest childhood memory? It was vastly superior in every possible way. You pay a lot of attention to the definition and development of the characters in your plays.
We find their idiosyncrasies, eccentricities and peculiarities interesting. My writing will always accurately reflect our society — full of both ugliness and beauty — as I see it. And, yes, I do think that the past was much better than the present. A few people claimed that it portrayed Urdu-speaking people negatively. beah
We develop characters in our plays based on our observations. The writer lives in Dallas and writes about culture, history and the arts. Choti Si Hell Brutes 2 years ago. Jeevan Haathi was marketed incorrectly as a feature film. I can only write about people that I find interesting, real and charming. Shakooran had a disagreeable but frama manner of getting what she wanted.
This was terribly disappointing for me but Ali Tahir stepped in and suggested that we cast the real-life Shabnam in the role that I had written for Hina Dilapzeer. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar. Why is characterisation so important?
People were unable to accept the hard fact that such women exist in Pakistani society. We like to observe and study the behavior, values and characters of people.
A lot of novels and short stories that I read, as a student, captivated me and forced me to want to write. He was my respected brother, but he killed my sister in the name What is your opinion of the resurgent Pakistani film industry?
Its a small effort from us to make each and every citizen of our country Meenu and Farjad have done complete justice to my script. How did you feel when the immensely popular Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewah was shut down after one hundred and fifty-five highly rated episodes? Hina Dilpazeer has been the star of most of your plays.
The movie houses of the nineteen sixties and seventies were nothing like the multiplexes we have today. The ban imposed on the play is still in effect. Rashi Villa – Ep 19 DoordarshanNational 2 years ago. Padosan, a fantastic family comedy packs in some interesting comic elements. The characters in the film have been defined with a lot of care and attention.
How did your education help you become a writer? She had a lot of eoisode of old films, poetry and music.