Sajid Hasan On Refusing Anti-Indian Scripts & His Relation With Rahat Kazmi

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Sajid Hasan is a well-known senior Pakistani television actor who has participated in a number of blockbuster series. He has ruled the hearts of theater enthusiasts with his outstanding performances in Dhoop Kinarey and Nijat. His other notable dramas are Balaa, Meri Guriya, Mumkin, and Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai. Sajid Hasan is also recognized for his literary abilities, and he has authored several plays. He is now receiving plaudits for his outstanding performance in Geo TV’s upcoming drama series Jaan Nisar.

Sajid Hassan recently made an appearance on Ahmed Ali Butt’s podcast Excuse Me. In the podcast, he discussed his relationships with Rahat Kazmi and Sahira Kazmi, with whom he completed his claim-to-fame project Dhoop Kinare. He further stated that he purposefully avoided anti-Indian parts.

When asked why he dislikes performers playing anti-state characters, he stated, “Currently, I am watching Tiger 3, which is anti-Pakistan, and it is all about slamming Pakistan. I don’t like this item. It is unjust to an actor. I personally dislike doing such characters. When I was a novice actor, we were under a lot of pressure to play such roles, but I refused; your communication and friendship with people from different nations should not be jeopardized, even if they are unpleasant. He went on to say that Pakistanis should treasure the freedom provided by Quaid E Azam since he felt suffocated in India.

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He also stated that he appeared in a Star Plus drama in 1997. Sajid Hasan admitted that he couldn’t finish it after the Kargil conflict since the circumstances deteriorated. He appeared in Star Plus’ drama serial Tanha, which began broadcasting in 1998.

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