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Bushra Ansari thinks actors in her time were more disciplined

November 14, 2020 04:33 PM


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Bushra Ansari has been a household name in Pakistan for decades now. The renowned actress has starred in numerous drama serials and films and other showbiz projects in her illustrious career.

The veteran actress in an instagram video talked about all the aspects that make today’s actors different from the ones in the past.

“Farq zamane main har cheez ka hota hai [Everything tends to evolve with time]”, she said, adding that you cannot draw comparisons between different periods in time. “You cannot, for example, say that fashion designers in a particular time were better.”

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“Every era has its own demands. With the change in social attitudes, relationships, and economic circumstances of people, many things change,” she said.

She cautioned against comparing artists and advised that in every profession, one needs the kind of attitude and commitment that helps in making their work shine.

In July, she apologised to drama critics and fans for her comments on a review of Zebaish, by YouTube channel Amma TV Aur Mein by Momin Ali Munshi and his mother Lubna Faryad.

She said that when an artist, writer, director or a producer works on a project, it becomes a part of them. “It was like a child for them that they create with love for their audience.”

Keeping this in mind, she said, it hurts when someone ridicules your hard work. “I believe that everyone has a right to like or dislike our work but language is important,” she added.



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