Hareem Farooq About Hits Like Tere Bin & MPTH Affecting Television Content


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Hareem Farooq is a beautiful, confident, and brilliant Pakistani television and cinema actress, producer, and host. She rose to prominence after appearing in the popular drama series Diyar E Dil. She is also recognized as a renowned film producer. Mere Hamdam Mere Dost, Dusri Bivi, and Sanam are three of Hareem’s best-known dramas. Her successful films include Parchi, Heer Man Ja, and Dubara Phir Se. She also participated in Green Entertainment’s popular drama series 22 Qadam. Fans praised her role of a cricketer in 22 Qadam.

Recently, Hareem Farooq interviewed Ahmed Ali Butt on his podcast Excuse Me. During the show, she also discussed television content creation.

Hareem Farooq discussed it, saying, “Every type of content should be created; the media is a reflection of our society, and society is a reflection of the media.” We can’t suggest that we shouldn’t develop certain kind of content (that have no viewership); now that Tere Bin has become a hit, everyone wants those kinds of scripts. Scripts like Tere Bin should be produced, however we should not stick to the same concept; we should provide a variety of content.

When I investigate Mere Paas Tum Ho and Tere Bin, I find that both had something in common with their audiences: betrayal was the selling point of Mere Paas Tum Ho, while romance and a hate-to-love relationship were the selling points of Tere Bin. Of sure, people prefer to view such content since the emotions are felt by the audience, but I would recommend developing various types of dramas; I have also written several scripts for ratings.

Speaking about her next drama. Hareem Farooq has revealed that she will play a bad role in a forthcoming drama serial on ARY Digital. Nauman Ijaz, Sawaira Nadeem, and Ahsun Talish star in the drama, which is produced by Abdullah Seja.

Here’s a link to the video:

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