Acting is far more complicated than it seems. While all Famous TV Actresses and performers may do is memorize a few lines and recite them aloud, those performing know this is far from the case. Only a select few people have mastered the skill of having the right thoughts come to mind at the right time.
The following Pakistani actors and actresses have taken on difficult roles and wowed viewers with their extra-special performances:
Iqra Aziz in Ranjha Ranjha Kardi
Iqra Aziz was already well-liked due to her roles in popular dramas like Qurban, Tabeer, and Suno Chanda, but Noori was the only part that truly distinguished her. Given that Noori came from a low-income family whose only source of income was previously garbage collection, doing that duty would have been difficult and not particularly alluring, yet Iqra gave it justice.
Yumna Zaidi in Dar Si Jaati Hai Sila
Many actors aren\’t yet ready to tackle the subject of sexual assault. Yumna Zaidi, however, not only voluntarily opted to portray the role of a little girl being sexually assaulted by a close cousin, but she also performed it admirably. The majority of her performance was based on her facial expressions because the drama had a limited number of dialogue options. She could once convey every feeling that her character Sila was experiencing.
Ushnah Shah in Alif Allah Aur Insaan
Ushnah Shah wandered the streets and begged in real life while using hidden cameras for the character of Rani, a beggar. But the challenging task didn\’t end there. As the plot developed, Rani, a character played by Ushnah, wound up becoming the head courtesan of a brothel. She worked incredibly hard to capture her character\’s transformation from a beggar to a courtesan.
Saba Qamar in Baaghi
Baaghi, arguably one of Pakistan\’s most disputed dramas, was based on the life of Qandeel Baloch, a well-known but contentious social media personality. The lead role used to be assigned to Saba Qamar. Even though the drama received a lot of criticism, many eventually came to appreciate Saba Qamar\’s acting and how well she captured the essence of Qandeel Baloch\’s character.