The Pakistani Actress and model Sonia Hussyn will play the lead in a drama about an environmentalist from Cholistan. A release date is not announced yet but this will be shown on TV One and the premiere is expected after Eid. The story is about global warming and climate change, concentrating on issues such as weather conditions, plantation, and the current water crisis in Pakistan.
Hussyn spoke in her recent interview about her role and described her character as a “girl who loves nature and is humble, down-to-earth, sober, and practical when it comes to realizing her idealistic dreams”.
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She’s an environmentalist from Rohi, Cholistan, who is very passionate and devoted to resolving issues that her community faces everyday such as water consumption and plantation, she said. Her character works with village women, pulling out water from wells and breaks bread with the villagers too.
“There are two moods of this character. At work, she is sober and dignified, while at home, she is reflective. Outdoors she is energetic, elated, and full of love for her soil, trees, birds, streams, and lakes,” she explained.
The story has been written by Ali Moeen, is being directed by Owais Khan and produced by Seema Taher Khan.
It also stars Shehryar Zaidi, Firdous Jamal and Samia Mumtaz.