Saqib Saleem has called his experience catharsis in the recently released anthology ‘Unposed: Naya Safar’. His performance, he said, helped him release the feelings that had blossomed in him during the pandemic.
The actor’s film in the anthology, ‘Teen Tigda’, tells about the fear and uncertainty brought in the lives of three men, who steal a living. It throws light on the plight of people who take the path of illegal activities to survive in a big city. Saqib plays the role of an angry thief named Chandan, who wants to feed his family.
Recalling the first lockdown, the actor said, “Amidst the pandemic, we all suffered different kinds of losses. We stood against uncertainty and we are constantly coming out of it with inspiring stories that gave us something to celebrate. Gave.”
Talking about the anthology, he said, “‘Unpaused: Naya Safar’ is all about rekindling hope and walking through life as if it were a game that makes you better yourself to advance to the next level. I found it lax and wonderful to see him live in real life and to star as Chandan for Unposed.”
Responding to the positive response to the anthology, Saqib shared, “I am grateful that this year has been kind to me. I thank the critics who invested themselves in ‘Teen Tigda’ and recognized my work in it. “
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