Faysal Quraishi’s Blunt Statement On Award Shows


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Faysal Quraishi is a senior standout who has consistently captivated hearts with his outstanding performances. His most recent performance in Khaie was well received, and we will soon see him in the film Mango Jutt. Faysal oversees both films and dramas and is well-versed in the industry.

He discussed how Indians enjoy watching Pakistani dramas, which have long been popular across the border. He added that he had met a prominent Indian choreographer who told him how Indian streets would shut down when Meri Zaat Zara e Benishan and Humsafar aired and how much people adored them.

Here is what he said:

He also expressed his views about Pakistani prizes. He stated that there should be no audience-based prizes. Experts from many professions convene throughout the world to form a jury that chooses who will receive honors, and those awards are deemed credible. He would also like to get an award that will be determined by experts. With audience-based prizes, only those with large followings receive trophies.

This is what he said:

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