Neelum Munir has made a name for herself in the Pakistani entertainment industry. From appearing in the much-appraised Chupan Chupai (2017), the actress is still impressing the world with dramas such as Meri Subha Ka Sitara, Mere Meherbaan, Dil Nawaz and many others. Whether it is on TV or the silver screen, Neelam Muneer has managed to make her presence known worldwide. However, it is not recent that she has graced the floors of the entertainment industry. In fact, she has been working since her teenage years and is now one of the top actresses of Pakistan’s entertainment industry.
In a recent interview, the actress has made some surprising remarks about the Pakistani entertainment industry as well as her career.
In an interview with Express News, Muneer stated that TV artists and directors have worked extremely hard in evolving Lollywood into what it is today. She also has mentioned that it is because of the senior artists that the Pakistani entertainment industry has turned heads around the globe. She said, “Pakistan’s film industry can’t go a long way if senior artists are not taken on board. It’s the actors who have played such beautiful characters and delivered exemplary performances in blockbuster films that deserve to be given credit of our industry’s success.”
The actor also expressed how people need to address all our actors as Pakistani instead of branding them into different brands or groups. “There is no need to segregate film and TV. If we look at the past, television artists have always delivered remarkable performances in films. Its success is largely dependent on the performance inputs of television artists.” Neelam added.
The Chupan Chupai starlet also explained that she wants to continue her appearance in TV as well as in the silver screen. “It was working in television that helped me build a name for myself. While doing films, I will continue working in TV dramas because I do not want to restrict myself to a specific medium.”
Neelam Muneer concluded that as an actor, she should be open to any role whether it’s film or TV.
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