‘Chemistry we share in real life magnifies on screen’

Posted on Aug 29 2016 - 6:15pm
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imageFarhan Saeed, a singer-turned-actor, and ‘Udaari’ lead actress Urwa Hocane have finally opened up regarding their love chemistry with each other while working.

According to a local media report, Urwa and Farhan shared about relationship with each other and also talked about their song ‘Sathiya’ – Lays Pakistan’s ‘Pass A Smile’ campaign. “The chemistry we share in real life magnifies on screen,” said Saeed.

The ‘Udaari’ actress said: “Dating a person as encouraging as Farhan, makes working with him a lot more fun.”

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“I fell in love with the song the first time Farhan shared it with me. It’s the kind of song I would put on loop. Who doesn’t like such a soft yet engaging portrayal of romance?” she said about Saathiya. Talking about the response they have received, Urwa said, “Fans did fall in love with it, as expected.”

Farhan Saeed said: “Working with Urwa is always nice. It takes a lot of pressure off my shoulders as she takes care of a lot of things which would be very difficult for me to do alone.”

On the work front, Urwa is currently shooting for an upcoming film ‘Rangreza’, starring Bilal Ashraf and Gohar Rasheed.

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However, ‘Udaari’ is a rare bird in the highly commercial and competitive world of Pakistani drama. On the Bollywood front, Saeed has lent his single, Tu Thori Dair, to Mohit Suri’s released flick, ‘Half Girlfriend’. Urwa is currently working for her upcoming movie ‘Rangreza’.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2016

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