The most awaited drama serial of the year ‘Mushk’ is coming to our screens soon. Imran Ashraf and Urwa Hocane are playing the lead roles and their pair looks super-adorable.
The story of the drama is going to be different as it doesn’t have a typical love triangle. From its teasers, people are getting excited about its release.
Urwa Hocane and Imran Ashraf have recently appeared in a sizzling photoshoot for Zasimo. They have geared up to pair in upcoming drama serial Mushk together.
Everyone is waiting to witness the chemistry of this on-screen couple and it seems that they will completely set the screens on fire.
Check out their pictures:
Urwa Tul Wusqua Hussain, better known by her stage name Urwa Hocane is a Pakistani media personality, model and actress. Hocane made her film debut in the 2014 romantic comedy Na Maloom Afraad
Early life and career:
Hocane was born in Karachi, but she grew up in Islamabad where she completed her education from Bahria College, Islamabad. She is the sister of another television actress Mawra Hocane.
As a teenager, she performed as a theatre artist before she started working as a VJ for ARY Musik. As a sign of filial devotion to her younger sibling Mawra, when Urwa started her career she chose to use the name Hocane and over time, it stuck.
uwra Hocane career:
uwra Hocane made her acting debut with leading role in the 2012 romantic drama Meri Ladli alongside Ahsan Khan and Sajal Ali. She later appeared in serials such as Kahi Un Kahi, and Madiha Maliha. Her portrayal of a girl subjected to family pressures and a forced wedding in Marasim.
She made her film debut in the 2014 romantic comedy Na Maloom Afraad opposite Fahad Mustafa, Mohsin Abbas Haider and Javed Sheikh. The film received generally positive reviews, and she was praised for her performance, She was offered Ekta Kapoor’s Bollywood film Azhar alongside Emran Hashmi, which she refused saying, she was not going to do kissing and bold scenes on screen.
In January 2019, Hocane announced her first project as a producer, a romantic film with husband Farhan Saeed titled Tich Button. They are producing the film together. In March Hocane posted picture from her shooting spell of Tich Button at Nankana Sahib, on her Instagram account.
In June 2019, she launched her clothing line in collaboration with her sister Mawra Hocane
Imran Ashraf Awan professional life:
Imran Ashraf Awan (born 11 September 1989 in Peshawar) is a Pakistani actor and writer. Imran started his acting career in 2011. He has gained recognition and critical acclaim for his appearance in Dil Lagi, Alif Allah Aur Insaan, Dil Mom Ka Diya, Tabeer, Ranjha Ranjha Kardi and Kahin Deep Jaley
Imran Ashraf Awan Career:
He started his career in 2011 Wafa Kaisi Kahan Ka Ishq in a supporting role. He appeared in several shows in supporting roles. In 2016 he gained recognition for his performance in Dil Lagi,Gul-e-Rana and Jhoot. He also won the Viewers Choice award for Best Supporting Actor. Further, in 2017,
He gained popularity and critical acclaim for his performance as a transgender in Alif Allah Aur Insaan and won an award at the 6th Hum Awards. In 2018, he wrote drama serial Tabeer and was nominated for the Best writer at 7th hum awards.
He rose to fame and went to the peak of his career by playing the role of mentally-challenged Bhola in Ranjha Ranjha Kardi. He became a household name after this drama. After Ranjha Ranjha Kardi, he appeared in Inkaar, Jaal, and Rani Nokrani.
Then He performed in romantic drama Kahin Deep Jaley, which is a popular drama and was top drama and used to be on trending on No. 1. It is one of the biggest dramas of 2019. He also walked on-ramp as a showstopper for Emraan Rajput. Now he will be seen in film Dum Mastam alongside Amar Khan. He will also be seen alongside Urwa Hocane in the drama Mushq which is also written by Imran himself.
Ashraf first drama that has been scripted is Tabeer. He is currently writing another script for HUM TV called Mushq which will be starring Urwa Hocane opposite Ashraf himself in lead role.
Super star Imran Ashraf started his showbiz career in 2011 with supporting roles and kept on inspiring with his heart felt performances and it didn’t took him long to made it to the lead roles. With ‘Alif Allah Aur Insaan’ (2017) he proved that he is the next big thing of our drama industry. But he didn’t stop there and emerged as an accomplished writer
when he penned ‘Tabeer’. His devotion and dedication towards his craft is truly inspirational and motivating and as a writer, there is an inimitable intellect that Imran brings to his scripts. With ‘Ranjha Ranjha Kardi’(RRK) (2018) he took the arduous task to carry off the Bhola character of a mentally challenged person and depicted the part with conviction and simply took it to the next level.
Accepting a role that’s truly opposite to one’s larger-than-life image is very tricky therefore, the entire credit goes to Imran for portraying it with elan. He has also gained recognition and critical acclaim for his appearance in ‘Dil Lagi’, ‘Dil Mom Ka Diya’, ‘Tabeer’, ‘Gul-e-Rana’ and ‘Kahin Deep Jaley’ (KDJ). KDJ was also a super hit serial which aired on Geo TV in 2019. In an exclusive interview with You! this talented and versatile actor shares his thoughts with our readers…
From a mentally retard to negative, a romantic hero to comic, you have performed all kinds of roles. What’s that particular role that you are desperately looking forward to?
I don’t have any specific desire for any particular role. I feel myself growing as an actor with more and more diverse roles coming my way.
How do you handle fame?
Before joining showbiz, I didn’t know that an actor holds such a big fan following. My foray into showbiz industry is purely for my survival in life and not for fame. I used to be the best actor in school plays but I haven’t ever thought of becoming a professional actor some day and loss in my business brought me here. Fame is a very strange thing but AH I am the same Imran Ashraf that I used to be.
Where does that all inspiration come from which help you enact those complex roles like bhola effortlessly?
I draw my inspirations from the real characters in life. All the people around us are characters and we need no other inspiration to hone our acting skills.
What do you think of today’s dramas?
Television landscape has vividly changed. Today what we need is a fair mix of business acumen and creative instinct to deal with this fast evolving, challenging, competitive yet cluttered setting. The director should have the ability to comprehend the pulse of the viewer and writers should come out of their stereotypical domain, whereas media bosses should not be worrying about attaining exorbitant ratings.
There was a time when PTV serials consisted of 13 episodes only, now some serials have over 40 episodes. What do you have to say in this regard?
I feel that drama quotient in a serial dies when the number of episodes jumps over 24. When projects are unnecessarily dragged even our viewers start poking fun at the inconsistencies and other bloopers.