Television actress Iqra Aziz has managed to prove her mettle in a very short amount of time. Since then, the actor, who rose to fame with the popular sitcom Suno Chanda, has played a range of roles. Ranjha Ranjha Kardi, one of her most famous onscreen roles, was from a social drama. Iqra was hailed as Noor Bano in the show for her portrayal, and rightly so.
Although she has performed beautifully on her TV shows, the 23-year-old actress has yet to be seen in a film. It appears, though, that it might be a while before Iqra signs a large-screen company.
The star told Urdu News, “I’ve received so much love from TV that I didn’t find it necessary to star in films, talking about why she prefers drama serials instead of big-budget films.” I assume TV is a brilliant medium. There is broadcasting in rural areas where there is no cable or cinema. Using this TV, people remain associated with their favourite artists.
She went on to say that artists are very fragile and she knows very well that those who like them value their work, but went on to say that she would always accept good feedback. Nothing is wrong about this, but there is a way to condemn it. I always enjoyed positive criticism,’ she said.
Iqra added that when it comes to films, the makers need to take chances instead of playing it safe each time. The universe has changed a lot, and now people have gone far and far,” she said, adding, “There can be stories that are not related to our experiences, but that can be learned by the audience. The time has come for us to change our course.
Next, the actor will be seen in the drama series Raqeeb Se, starring Faryal Mehmood, veteran actors Noman Ijaz, Sania Saeed, Saba Faisal, singer Hadiqa Kiani, and Hamza Sohail as well.
The starlet shared, speaking of why she wanted to take on this book, “I just read one line from the script and agreed to work on it.” I did not even read the script until I found out about the cast and that it was directed by Kashif Nisar and I said yes. If a writer like Bee Gul exists, who can argue that? ”
She said the drama series Raqeeb Se is also important to her so her fans will see her on the small screen after a year. The actor was also delighted to share the screen with Hadiqa, who is all set for her show’s acting debut. Iqra touted him as “a great actor” as far as Noman Ijaz is concerned. She shared, “Noman Ijaz is like an open book, he helps his juniors a lot.” He used to rehearse with me in order to give me a strong chance.
Iqra, speaking more about the show, said that not only is this play fantastic in terms of its cast, but it would also hold a significant social message. The actor shared her character, unlike her role in Jhooti, that venture is not of an adversary, but of someone who considers herself cunning.
Iqra also agreed that it could be frightening to work on a project with a star-studded ensemble, but working on Raqeeb Se was a really humbling experience.