Hashim Nadeem the incredible writer has got an incredible appreciation for his work named Parizaad. The drama had just made public crazy and people are just in love with it’s each and every character. It has turned out to be the masterpiece of Pakistani dramas. The mesmerizing acting skills of Ahmed Ali Akbar have just made all of us his die heart fans.
Recently Amar Khan a renowned actress and writer of Pakistani drama industry has shared a post concerning drama series Parizaad. She went for a comparison between her writing Chasham-e-Num and Hashim Nadeem’s writing Parizaad. She went on saying that she was watching Parizaad and it eventually has turned out to be her favorite and finest drama. She appreciated Yumna Zaidi for playing the character of blind RJ Annie with such great grace and elegance.
She added that Yumna Zaidi’s character is making her remember the character of Ahsan Khan from her short film Chasm-e-Num where he also played the character of a disabled RJ. She was of the view that she’s quite sure it’s just a coincidence and they have broken the usual image of a hero and also have provided the contents for many people to follow it. Following her post by netizens just couldn’t keep calm and criticized her for her inappropriate and illogical comparison.
People are of the view that Hashim Nadeem’s novel Parizaad got published seven years ago and how he could copy Amar Khan’s content which got aired just three years ago. Logically it’s Amar Khan who could have copied Hashim Nadeem’s content. People are asking Amar Khan not to seek for a sasti Publicity. Here is the public’s reaction. Do have a look.
One user wrote on the actress’ comment that you just want to tell that your story is copied in the drama serial Parizaad.
One user praised Yumna Zaidi and Ahmed Ali Akbar’s brilliant performance in the last episode of the play.
One user commented in this style that this story is seven years old reading RJ Annie’s novel.
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