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Senior Artists are the Pioneers of Local Film Industry – Neelam Munir

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One of the most versatile and talented actress Neelam Munir believes that local film industry has flourished due to the efforts of senior artists and that it can’t go a long way if seniors are not taken on board. The renowned TV actress revealed her thoughts in a recent interview with a leading daily publication. In her actual words, “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.”

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Neelam, who has treated her fans with stellar performances in dramas such as Judai, Mere Meherbaan and Meri Subha Ka Sitara among many others, also feels bad about actors being segregated on the basis of different mediums. She thinks that all artists should be regarded equally whether they belong to TV or film industry.

Senior Artists are the Pioneers of Local Film Industry – Neelam Munir

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“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 elaborated.

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Neelam made her debut in the film industry with Mohsin Ali’s comedy thriller Chuppan Chuppai and did really well yet she thinks that it is TV that has helped her gain her identity as an actor.

“While doing films, I will continue working in TV dramas because I do not want to restrict myself to a specific medium,’’ Neelam added.

Senior Artists are the Pioneers of Local Film Industry – Neelam Munir

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‘I am an actor and shall remain open to any good and unique opportunity be it from TV or film,’ the actress concluded.

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