Renowned television star Shagufta Ejaz has voiced her dissatisfaction with the current state of dramas, expressing a preference for the bygone era of Pakistani television. In a recent appearance on the popular TV show “Gup Shup” hosted by Vasay Chaudhary, Ejaz delved into the professionalism of actors from the older generation compared to their modern counterparts, shedding light on the evolving trends within the industry.

During the candid conversation, Ejaz reminisced about the days when actors exhibited patience and dedication, traits she believes are somewhat lacking in today’s performers. She highlighted the exceptional skill and maturity displayed by actors of her era, contrasting it with what she perceives as a decline in these qualities among contemporary actors.

“We were very skilled in our work,” Ejaz remarked, “but now actors don’t seem to have that same level of skill and maturity.” She expressed concern over the swift success and financial stability attained by present-day actors, contrasting it with the years of hard work and perseverance required by her generation to achieve similar milestones.

Ejaz reminisced about a time when actors prioritized their craft above all else, emphasizing their commitment to honing their skills without succumbing to distractions. “In the past, actors focused solely on their performance,” she reflected, “rather than on sets and surroundings.”

Her sentiments echo those of many industry veterans who yearn for a return to the golden age of Pakistani television, where talent, dedication, and professionalism were paramount. As the landscape of Pakistani dramas continues to evolve, Ejaz’s words serve as a poignant reminder of the timeless values that have shaped the industry’s rich history.


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