Atiqa Odho has noticed a generational hole between at present’s actors and actors from her technology, and it is the relationships which are fashioned on set — one thing that goes past utilizing abilities on set.
On Monday, the Dasht actor posted a photograph together with her costar and buddy, Naumaan Ijaz, and devoted the caption to their friendship. She talked about how this bond manifested within the onscreen chemistry, speaking about how “kids” at present do not function the identical manner anymore.
“Years of friendship and trust always translate into creative work for us artists. Lucky are those that have lifelong friends in our fickle industry. The new kids coming in don’t seem to have the same sentiment towards their coworkers as our generation did and still have,” she wrote.
The Humsafar actor raised a sound level when she introduced up the truth that coworkers have to make an effort to type bonds as a result of they find yourself spending a lot of their time collectively. She made a want for the brand new actors, hoping they create recollections they are going to cherish inside and past work.
“I do hope the younger lot of actors build strong connections with people they spend so much time on sets with and care for each other. We make beautiful memories on and off screen so cherish each other as life is so short,” she mentioned.
The put up got here following an interview Odho and Ijaz appeared for with FUCHSIA journal on Might 18 to advertise their upcoming challenge Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi. In it, the actors touched on the identical subject and the Parizaad actor mentioned their relationship on set could be very gentle and enjoyable, the place they joke round and make one another snort.
“Our work is very dry, if we keep work strictly limited to work, then you’ll see what’s happening in today’s generation of actors — how they don’t mesh well with each other. Us old actors take both [work and lighthearted fun] together,” he mentioned.
“It’s like a family,” Odho interjected.
Ijaz continued, “Additionally, because of us, today’s generation will learn a good lesson and say they [old actors] don’t have any ego issues, they joke around and tease each other. So it’s a good, fun environment.”