A emerging star is Junaid Niazi. He began his acting career with Sinf e Aahan after beginning his career as a model.
Since then, he has completed numerous projects and collaborated with some of the biggest names in the business. After his spectacular run in Tamasha, Junaid Niazi has achieved new prominence.
He was the first runner-up of season 2, and his Tamasha game skill has garnered a lot of attention.
During his appearance as a guest on the FHM Podcast, Juanid revealed some things. He revealed that after making a successful debut in Sinf e Aahan, he received other projects.
He appeared in Paristaan on Hum TV, a popular Ramadan play, although his time on the Paristaan set was less than ideal. He said that the director frequently criticised him and would claim that his dialogue was awkward.
Even the script was thrown in his direction. He felt a great deal of strain throughout the first month of work and wanted to give acting completely up.
Junaid continued by saying that, in the end, his character received more positive feedback than Arsalan Naseer’s, who was playing the lead role.
According to Junaid, the director was overjoyed at the time and even made a friend of him.
He also discussed the influence of industry lobbies. Yes, he acknowledged, there are industry lobbyists, but he is not a member of any of them. He believes that there shouldn’t be a lobby system because hard work will lead to success.
He added that nepotism is a topic that is frequently discussed. He believes that nepotism can occasionally succeed but that no father can make their son famous, thus it is not a major issue.