LAHORE: Durdana Rehman, once a screen-siren of Pushto and Punjabi motion pictures, as of late came back to the silver screen with most recent film, Fiker Not. The on-screen character, who at one time was well known for her conceivably burdensome move moves, finished the break by chipping away at the film nearby her little girl, artist performer Maham Rehman.
Discharged on March 11, the Asma Butt directorial included a cast of newcomers, except for Durdana. Maham, who as of late propelled her introduction music collection, loaned her voice for the film's soundtrack. "These days my essential center is my girl," said Durdana. "In the wake of getting incredible input for her work on Fiker Not, she has gotten a large group of offers for movies and dramatizations. Notwithstanding, I've exhorted her to first finish her training, which is without a doubt more essential as of right now." As of now, Durdana is herself caught up with taking a shot at a couple Pushto activities and guarantees great quality work to her fans.
The on-screen character communicated worries over the advancement of Pakistani silver screen in contrast with that of movies being made in neighboring nations. "Notwithstanding the numerous issues, our films dominated back in the 70s. What I neglect to comprehend is that today, when we have youthful producers who had examined film abroad, we're lingering behind," shared Durdana.
The on-screen character was of the feeling that to improve things, it is basic to free the business of the mafia that has made it troublesome for newcomers to soften up.
Durdana, who has various effective movies, for example, Dostana, Reshmi Rumaal, Silsila, Daagh, and Lofar shockingly, said that on-screen characters of the past comprehended the genuine importance of commitment, battle and diligent work and it reflected in their movies. "The achievement of an undertaking relies on upon the endeavors of the maker, chief, script essayist, music executive and the performing artists," clarified Durdana.
"The mystery behind Bollywood's prosperity is their commendable collaboration. Without solidarity, we can't accomplish anything, and it is most miserable that specific individuals from our industry still decline to see eye to eye."
Another variable upsetting the accomplishment of Pakistani motion pictures, as per the performing artist, is the obsolete innovation that movie producers keep on depending on. "In spite of everything, I am confident that the new era will achieve a recovery of our diminishing industry," said Durdana. "There is no absence of ability in Pakistan and in the event that we gain from our oversights, we can without much of a stretch beat all obstacles."
So as to turn things around, Durdana likewise feels it is vital for the administration to have influence by setting up new studios and building better silver screens to advance nearby preparations.
The performer has a place with a family that has for some time been connected with the film business. Her spouse Aslam Dar was among Lollywood's most famous makers, and her dad in-law, MS Dar was an unmistakable executive of his time. Performing artists Nadia Ali and Sheen are Durdana's sister and niece, individually.