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Sanam Saeed on working in Bollywood

Sanam Saeed is one of the most talented actresses working in our profession. She is also noted for being a multi-talented actor, model, and singer. She shot to popularity in 2013 with the drama “Zindagi Gulzar Hai,” in which she played the main part opposite Fawad Khan. Sanam has won multiple accolades in the fields of acting and modelling, and she continues to appear in a number of drama series. She has also earned a name for herself in the film industry, appearing in films such as “Bachaana,” “Mah-e-Meer,” and others. Her outstanding acting abilities and exquisite appearance can’t be overlooked. The internet has been buzzing about Sanam Saeed’s upcoming Zee5 web series “Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam.” During the launch of the virtual trailer for Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam Sanam, Saeed discussed her feelings about working in Bollywood. She has stated that she does not want to act in Indian dramas but is willing to work in Bollywood films. “I’d like to work in Indian cinema rather than television.” On this side of the border, I like television. There are so many film genres I’d like to work in, and so many performers with whom I’d like to cooperate.” “But to begin with, Aamir Khan is someone I would like to work with,” she remarked. “We know how India is because we’ve seen their movies.” They had no idea how we looked or what our lives were like. As a result, it was enlightening for them. We have similar appearances, consume similar foods, and are nearly brothers and sisters. They now understand that Pakistanis look like us, have similar hair, speak like us, and speak Urdu a little better than we do. “OTT platforms have given us that flexibility, where we can reach the Indian public through our shows and the response has been amazing,” Sanam Saeed remarked.

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