orld on Fire is a British war drama series produced by the BBC. It’s set during World War II and follows the lives of ordinary people from different countries who are affected by the war. The series explores themes such as love, loss, and survival in a time of great conflict.
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The series is praised for its historical accuracy and strong performances by the cast. It’s also known for its beautiful cinematography and emotional storytelling.
World on Fire has an amazing soundtrack that adds to the emotional impact of the story. The series is set in different countries and explores how the war affected people from different backgrounds. It’s a great show for anyone interested in history, culture, and human stories.
The first season follows the lives of ordinary people from different countries who are affected by the war. It’s set during World War II and explores themes such as love, loss, and survival in a time of great conflict. The series is praised for its historical accuracy and strong performances by the cast.
The series has an amazing cast, including Helen Hunt, Sean Bean, Jonah Hauer-King, and Julia Brown. They all give strong performances, bringing their characters to life in a very real and emotional way.
World on Fire has received great reviews from critics and audiences alike. It’s praised for its historical accuracy, strong performances, and emotional storytelling. Many people have found the series to be both educational and entertaining.
Ahad Raza open up about his experience saying ‘Peter has created real characters that feel real, and each character gets the importance that they deserve. Most of my learning came from actually being on set because our set was basically the desert. And that was a character on its own, which really helped feed into the fear and the action element of it. And then the words on the page helped define the character, it organically came to life.
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Mir described the experience of shooting in the desert-like set and dealing with explosions as intense and frightening.
He recalled, “When we got the call, I assumed we’re either gonna shoot in Spain or Abu Dhabi or Africa. And then they told me we’re shooting in Belfast, to which I went, ‘That makes no sense at all. What do you mean, they’re gonna do it all on set?’”
He further revealed that when he got to the set, he saw that the factory was filled with sand,
It wasn’t a small little setting, it was just so huge that if you sprint it, it took you at least three or four minutes just to reach the end. There was a lot of running around, and a lot of panic because we dealt with a lot of explosions. And doing that level of pyrotechnics and stuff was a first for me. So I was terrified, to begin with. I didn’t have to act much when it came to the fear and the sweat on my face.
Ahad Raza has earlier worked in Netflix ‘Resident Evil’. Looks like Pakistani Actors are making a name in the world.