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Raqs-e-Bismil Fame Sarah Khan Opens Up About Her Bold And Revealing Scenes

Sarah Khan is a prominent actress in the Pakistani showbiz industry today. She is married to the famous singer Falak Shabbir and they are one of the most popular couples in the industry. Both of them separately enjoy huge fan bases.

Sarah Khan’s most popular dramas include Hum TV’s blockbuster drama serial Sabaat, in which she portrays a vicious character named Miraal. Some of her other famous dramas are “Bela poor ki Daain”, “Nazr-e-bad” and the recently played “Raqs-e-bismil”.

Sarah recently appeared on the BBC Urdu talk show hosted by Burak Shabbir, where she talked about her marriage, illness, and other activities.

What Did Sarah Khan Say?

Sarah Khan Talks About Her Bold Scenes in Raqs-e-Bismil
Courtesy: BBC Urdu

Commenting on her role and bold episodes on Raqs-e-bismil she said, There were few scenes where I felt I am not comfortable. Some before-marriage scenes where Zohra had to dance, made me conscious because my fans have never seen me doing such stuff and that’s not what they love about me. My fans love me because of my dressing and other things that’s why I don’t want to do anything that can hurt my fans.”

She went on to say, “When I signed the contract I spoke to Wajahat Rauf to change some of the discussions and scenes written in the script because I did not want to do anything that would expose me or Zohra in the wrong way.”

Commenting on Moosa Following Zohra on Streets in Raqs-e-Bismil Sarah said, “That is something I don’t like if it happens to me but to show the strength of Moosa’s love for Zohra and his helplessness, it was necessary to add these scenes to the show. I agree that it is not a good thing but a little drama should have been made to show the madness and intensity of Moosa’s love for Zohra ”.

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