Indian actress Deepti Gupta who has played roles in many Pakistani drama serials like Ishq Junoon Deewangi, Ijazat, and Malaal, has claimed that working in Paistani dramas has made her a better human being.
Telling about her experience of working in Pak showbiz industry, the actress said that Pakistani plays has helped her grow as a much better human being.
Speaking to Indian Express during an interview, she said:
“I grew up in a very conservative Hindu neighborhood. I owe my depth of understanding and empathy across religious lines to the love and affection I have received from the people I worked with, and from fans in Pakistan. This experience has expanded my world view and made me a better human being.”
Deepti also praised producers like Momina Duraid and Siddiqui for their creative minds. She said:
“I have the greatest regard for Siddiqui and Momina Duraid, the creative mind there. They’ve held on to great, poetic story-telling, unlike Indian TV serials. I don’t know if I could have found a similar space for myself in Indian serials.”
Deepti Gupta started her career in Pakistani showbiz industry in 2006 with drama plays: New York Stories, and Pehchaan. Besides this, she continues to play small roles in different Pakistani drama serials.