Adnan Siddiqui believes that the Pakistani entertainment industry lacks homework and time management while making dramas and films.
Speaking in Time Out With Ahsan Khan, Adnan said compared Hollywood, Bollywood, and Lollywood industries.
“I believe in Pakistan, we have a lack of homework and the lack of time put into the work. It goes for the whole team. We mostly have issues like these with actors, but I don’t want to place the blame on any one person,” he said.
“When I talk about Hollywood, Saturday and Sunday are off. That’s a labor law. They have an eight-hour shift, and if they go over time, everyone on the team will be compensated for it. Bollywood wasn’t as organized, but they’re still better off,” he maintained.
However, the veteran actor gave credit to Pakistani film and drama makers for making good content despite lots of restrictions. “Pakistan deserves credit when it comes to the kind of environment we have to work in, and how we are still producing so much. I don’t think anyone in the world makes dramas like ours. We have managed with limited resources and so many restrictions,” he added.