You can’t connect with everyone: Alizeh Shah responds to being called a ‘difficult’ co-star

Ifra Abbas

Ifra Abbas

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Alizeh ShahAlizeh Shah, a Pakistani actress, recently spoke out over co-star Yasir Nawaz’s comments regarding working with her in a drama series. Alizeh from Mera Dil Mera Dushman was one of Yasir’s co-stars with whom he had trouble working. It had gotten to the point where finishing the show’s shooting had become a burden.

Now, in a recent interview with Ali Safina, the star of Ehd-e-Wafa has expressed her thoughts on the subject.

“Everyone, I believe, is unique. Everyone has a unique way of connecting with others. For example, we don’t get along with everyone, just like our family. “Similarly, our drama sets are like a family,” she said, adding, “We could have a difference of opinion with our father or mother.” We aren’t always on the same page. One should expect the same behaviour from others as they do from themselves. I will not remain silent if you misbehave with me. I’ll get back to you.”

Nida Yasir, the morning show host, and the director previously spoke on Time Out with Ahsan Khan about their experiences in the entertainment world.

Many people have been irritated by one of Yasir’s statements about acting alongside Alizeh Shah. Yasir expressed his unwillingness to act again in the aforementioned interview, stating that the experience was not enjoyable for him. “Acting bothered me a little bit. There were numerous reasons behind this. It was just not my cup of tea. It was so horrible that I always regretted going into acting.”

Nida went on to describe the challenges Yasir has had with co-stars in the past. “Yasir had some issues working with Alizeh Shah as an actress. Even though Yasir gets along with everyone, there wasn’t enough synergy. But no one has ever bothered him as a director,” she revealed. “You have to be careful who you work with,” she remarked afterwards. You should look into who you’ll be working with.”