Asad Siddiqui is a Pakistani actor. He began his acting career while reading for his MBA. The nephew of actor Adnan Siddiqui, he regarded in incredible TV serials like Shadi Mubarak Ho, Gumrah, Khuda Dekh Raha Hai, Meray Apnay, Shikwa, Dareecha, Mumkin, Baraat series, Joru Ka Ghulam, Sanam, Zindaan etc
He is well regarded for his roles but is additionally regarded for her a wonderful husband to his spouse Zara Noor Abbas. Recently, the Challawa superstar sat down with Haroon Rashid on BBC Asian Network and he talked about very less roles for men in the media industry.
Asad Siddiqui needs Pakistani TV producers to begin making content like Netflix and Amazon Prime do. He tells Haroon Rashid that roles for guys in dramas are limited. Asad also explains the challenges he is faced in attempting to convince producers to experiment.
He says ‘I usually seem at characters, I do not care about how I look. I usually do not even wear makeup on shoot.
When asked ‘Female actors make a distinction via selecting roles and theres a few of these dramas however how necessary are the male roles in these drama”
“See what we’re looking at is most of the dramas are girl oriented. Men are typically antagonist, however why do they have to show guys as the antagonist nearly all the time? 20% you would see ladies being an antagonist, why is there unequality?”
He also introduced:
“You have to come up with the content which can be relatable to regular public, we honestly want to work on our content, what we need to show. Because we show something, experience something else and it should not be that way. We show what we wholly additionally feel”.
Watch the full interview here: