We need message-oriented productions: Nadia

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 00:00, Jan 09,2020

 
 
Sallha Khanam Nadia

Sallha Khanam Nadia

Sallha Khanam Nadia loves to portray diverse roles. The actress has won many hearts with her acting during her one-decade career and recently bagged the RTV Star Award for her acting in drama series ‘Cheating Master’.

She recently shared her current ventures, upcoming plans and more in an interview with New Age.

‘I am acting in a number of productions including drama series, short films, teleplays and music videos. Two drama series starring me namely Cheating Master and Shahor Ali are being aired respectively on RTV and NTV. I am also working on two music videos featuring songs of Runa Laila and Asif Akbar,’ said Sallha Khanam Nadia.

She bagged the RTV Star Award as the best actress in Audience Choice Category.

‘I am very excited in receiving an award in audience choice category. I am grateful to the audience for their support. This award has inspired me to work harder,’ said Nadia.

She recently acted in a teleplay Bagh Jokhon Biral, which was released on the YouTube channel of D Drama Dhamaka. It had been viewed more than 3 million times.

‘I played the character of an aggressive housewife in the teleplay. It has been directed by Shahid Un Nobi. It has received huge response from the viewers,’ added Nadia.

‘Youths comprise the majority of the online viewers. Therefore, online platforms need to upload message-oriented productions,’ she said.

Nadia also recalled her journey.

‘My journey wasn’t a smooth one. I had to overcome many obstacles. My father is a very religious person and he never supported me. I am grateful to Mostofa Sarwar Farooki who brought me into limelight through ‘Ok- Cut’ in 2008. I have not looked back since,’ she said.

When asked about her future plans, Nadia replied, ‘A short film ‘The Day in the Sun’ starring me will be released soon. I will be playing the role of an addicted girl in it. I am looking forward to make my silver screen debut in future.’

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