A good actress is one who completely sinks into her role but is also expected to showcase her versatility. There is a set of actors in the industry who struggle to be different but often become a victim of typecast roles. And at times, it becomes inevitable for them to break out of that mold. One such actor is Hania Aamir who has been a supreme victim of typecasting. Somehow or the other Hania has played the role of a sweet, bubbly and free-spirited girl in many of her outings like Dil Ruba, Anna, Ishqiya to the recent Mujhe Pyaar Hua Tha. Why Hania Why?
Been There Seen That
The first episode of Mujhe Pyaar Hua Tha offers nothing new. Hania plays Maheer, she looks pretty (as usual), she’s the leading lady but her character doesn’t have anything new to offer. Moreover, the run-of-the-mill plot revolves around the done-to-death theme of cousin romance. Why aren’t the writer coming up with new stories? Why are the producers and channels bankrolling mediocre projects?
Learn To Say No
Hania in an exclusive interview revealed that she has been fortunate to work with the best people in the business. Be it her managers or channel producers, she managed to get plum projects. She went on to admit that she did sign projects for the sake of maintaining friendships although she wasn’t satisfied with the script. We feel it’s high time that Hania should keep friendships aside and learn to say no to projects that would do no good to her career.
Watching Hania again in the same avatar comes across as highly shocking because of late she proved her craft in back-to-back hit roles like Hala in Mere Humsafar and Gul Meena in Sang-e-Mah. The characters were different and the way she approached them was simply immaculate. It’s high time that Hania should consider a good script rather than a big banner. She should choose projects that intrigue her to connect with the viewers.