Don’t believe anyone who says they fell in love with Pakistan’s pleasant people. Celebrity actress Yehali Tashiya Kalidasa, who plays Nathmy Perera in Sinf-e-Aahan, has become an expert on the country.
The actor told Fuchsia Magazine that she is still studying in Sri Lanka and is only travelling for a short time. Three teledrama serials and 15 ads round out her credits.
“He’s incredibly attractive,” Kalidasa said of Pakistani stars, including Sheheryar Munawar. Sajal Aly was Kalidasa’s favourite actor. “First, Sajal. I liked her as soon as I saw her in Sri Lanka. She’s brilliant.”
Impossible to forget Yumna’s role in the female-led play. “She is the best. I liked her appreciation and Zaidi’s comedy throughout the drama.”
Dananeer Mobeen “loves to laugh and make others laugh”, she said about Kubra Khan.
“I told Ramsha Khan I always think of Anushka Sharma,” Kalidasa said. Mrs. Yousuf is a wonderful mother who is “very appreciative” to others. On set, she met Nooreh, Yousuf’s 7-year-old daughter.
Visitors visiting Pakistan always praise the people, hospitality, and food. We’re happy Kalidasa’s crew quickly introduced her to biryani and gulab jamun.
In addition to her camaraderie with the female-led drama’s personnel, the Sri Lankan actor said there was no better bunch. She had “the best” time with filmmaker Nadeem Baig.
“The script for Sinf-e-Aahan originated from a family acquaintance who is a colonel in Sri Lanka,” Perera said.
“Post-submission, I was invited to a Zoom session with the director and Colonel Umair. They asked me to record a discussion in Urdu, which was difficult because I didn’t speak it “said he.
She also revealed that she read the script before accepting the role. Visit a new country is daunting. Afraid of not knowing anyone or the language, Kalidasa dreaded visiting Pakistan.
When I first met the locals, I fell in love with Pakistan. “First Islamabad, then Abbottabad. I was mentally prepared to meet the friendly and humble people I had read about “adv.
On the set of Sinf-e-Ahan, she met ‘favourite’ actor Aly. Her first Pakistani interaction was with Aly, before she met the rest of the crew.
Kalidasa said the PMA training system was accurate and they had to train for days. The “salute exam” made her cry. “Plus, I’d never carried a gun before. Because most of us were terrified of heights, I never got to use a parachute “admits.
It makes us even more pleased of the Sinf-e-Aahan stars that most of the recent episode’s stunts were done by them.
After saying goodbye to her pals, Kalidasa reminisced about her time at the PMA where she met Aly and Ramsha.
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