Adnan Siddiqui, a Pakistani actor, speaks candidly about Pakistani films and what Indian films might learn from them.
Adnan Siddiqui has been active in show business for many years and is a household figure in Pakistani entertainment. He also had a significant role in Sridevi’s 2017 movie “Mom,” which also starred Sajal Ali and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Adnan recently discussed what Pakistan can teach India in an interview, and he provided a wise response in support of his assertion regarding the recent developments.
News that Adnan’s 2019 Pakistani romance drama series Mere Paas Tum Ho would stream on Zindagi DTH in India has made waves. The actor has more than a million followers on Instagram, where he is extremely well-known.
When asked if there is anything India can learn from Pakistan and how it is portrayed in films, Adnan Siddiqui responded, “Just to be more friendly, that’s about it. About acceptance… But then again, I am sure what is being made there, people are enjoying that. After all, in the end, it is a business. So, if its working for those production houses, then why not, I don’t blame them. It is upto the audience, what they accept or don’t.”
“That is because of some people. A majority of people still love us, we love them. But then there is also a political issue there. When it comes to that point, I want to be quiet and not want to say anything. But I keep seeing Indian series, which have done remarkably well in Pakistan as well.”