Entertainer and model Sonya Hussyn talked her heart out and castigated the Lux Style Awards for choosing TV dramatizations based on their prominence and high watcher evaluations alone disregarding the nature of the actual substance.
The Lux Style Awards 2021 as of late reported its selections in the classes of music, design and TV. Shows, for example, Ehd-e-Wafa, Alif and Pyar Key Sadqey were selected in the Best TV Serial class. The dramatization Saraab — which featured Hussyn — didn't get it done and the entertainer took to Instagram to share her considerations on a choice she considered 'disillusioning'.
"it is exceptionally frustrating to see that a venture like Saraab didn't pack even a solitary assignment at the Lux Style Awards 2021," she composed. "We talk about the requirement for significant substance that additionally instructs the majority with main problems however when [such content is] at last made they're barely at any point perceived/assigned for grants. Aren't those twofold norms?"
Hussyn bemoaned that the measures for selecting show serials appears to focus on notoriety over the conveyance of significant substance. "Significant substance or hit projects? [I] have never truly perceived the models for these honor shows," she proceeded. "Assuming [it's the] last mentioned, for what reason were a portion of my uber blockbuster dramatizations like Aesi Hai Tanhai (in view of online media misuse), Nazo (in light of youngster misuse), Ishq Zahe Naseeb (in view of double behavioral condition), Shikwa (in view of cultural pressing factors that widows face) and Meri Guriya (in light of kid misuse) never thought to be previously?" she inquired.
"I've been quiet for a very long time however, were none of these [dramas] meriting? Not so much as a solitary task? At any rate, in a nation where veteran craftsmen are given lifetime accomplishment grants after they're gone, then, at that point why should I address?"
As indicated by Hum TV, the channel that broadcast Saraab, the show raised "a significant emotional wellness issue which rotates around patients experiencing schizophrenia". It was coordinated by Mohsin Talat and composed by Edison Idrees Masih, featuring Hussyn, Sami Khan, Nazish Jahangir and Ghana Ali.