Ushna shah point out about the Double Standards of Industry. Ushna Shah is a Pakistani actress who works in Pakistani dramas, her claim to fame project was Bashar Momin which was hit drama back in 2014 when. She is the daughter of actress Ismat Tahira and sister of Irsa Ghazal. After making her acting debut she had many famous projects including Alif Allah or Insaan, Lashkara and Balaa.
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After making a splash in TV dramas, she tried her hand with films, making her film debut with Pakistan first online comedy movie .Ushna Shah is a very talented, outspoken and opinionated Pakistani actress. Ushna Shah has done many Famous Pakistani dramas and Pakistani movies too. Ushna Shah is very bold in her characters. She is very popular for her acting skills in numerous famous Pakistani drama serials.
Ushna shah point out about the Double Standards of Industry
In her latest interview, Ushna Shah shared her views on the double standards of our industry: “I think there are double standards everywhere for actors and actresses and it means for men and women. I have already talked about it but double standards are thereby every means. If you look at pay gaps, they are there no matter how much you deny. And the treatment overall, the way we are perceived. Men can just get away with so much and we can’t”
“When I am working I am extremely to-the-point. And not only in dramas but everywhere, when I am in a professional zone it is like that. And I realize here If I am talking somewhere in a group and with men particularly if I don’t sugar coat my words with a smiley face, I am just considered in poor taste. It’s really frustrating because it’s fine if we are blank with women, but if you talk like that to man it bruises their ego, not all men but most of the men” said Ushna Shah.