Anoushay Abbasi, a renowned Pakistani actress in both television and film, has amassed a dedicated fan base owing to her outstanding acting skills and impeccable style. She has received critical acclaim for her performances in popular dramas such as “Raqs E Bismil” and “Mere Paas Tum Ho,” and she continues to shine in numerous successful drama series. Currently, Abbasi graces the screen in two captivating productions: “101 Talaqain” and “Working Women,” both of which have earned praise for their unique story line
In a recent interview with BBC, she delved into her role in “101 Talaqain” and shared her insights on the theme of divorce. When asked about her initial reaction to being offered a role in “101 Talaqain,” she expressed her enthusiasm, saying, “I had no reservations; it was a win-win situation. The script was exceptional, unlike any I’ve encountered in my career. I immediately connected with my character, and I had the freedom to express myself without any constraints, whether in terms of attire, behavior, or dialogue.”
Discussing the portrayal of divorce in “101 Talaqain,” Anoushay stressed the importance of a well-executed script. She explained, “In my opinion, it is the responsibility of the director and producer to shape the script’s tone. When I read the script for ‘101 Talaqain,’ I was impressed by its outstanding writing and seamless execution. The term ‘divorce’ didn’t trouble me, as the drama delicately and realistically depicted this theme. It explores how minor issues can escalate into thoughts of divorce, making it relatable to the audience.”
Anoushay also commended Zahid Ahmed, who plays a prominent role in the drama. She noted, “Zahid Ahmed’s portrayal of an unconventional lawyer who dances, sings, and passionately strives to save relationships is truly remarkable. It offers a fresh perspective on lawyers, who are often perceived as stern and formal.”
Her outlook on her role in “101 Talaqain” and the drama’s handling of the theme of divorce highlights the importance of a well-crafted script and relatable storytelling. With her remarkable talent and unwavering dedication, Anoushay continues to leave a lasting impact in the realm of Pakistani entertainment.
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