Sajal Aly & Wahaj Ali discuss Challenges of ‘The Pink Shirt’

Sajal Aly and Wahaj Ali opened up about their latest project ‘The Pink Shirt’, admitting there were some challenges.

Sajal Aly & Wahaj Ali discuss Challenges of 'The Pink Shirt' f

“I can’t wait for the audiences to embark on this emotional rollercoaster"

Sajal Aly and Wahaj Ali spoke about their latest project, The Pink Shirt, and they admitted it was a challenging experience.

Detailed her experience, Sajal said she was required to explore the difficult relationships with a human connection.

Wahaj added to her sentiments, saying:

“Portraying the complexities of human relationships in The Pink Shirt has been a remarkable challenge and the script demanded an exploration of emotions and vulnerabilities that pushed me as an actor.

“I can’t wait for the audiences to embark on this emotional rollercoaster with us.”

The lead actors are believed to travel to Australia with director Kashif Nisar and writer Bee Gul for the world premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Sydney.

It has been reported that the short web series is the only South Asian project that will be showcased at the event which is to take place on October 16, 2023.

Sajal expressed her excitement for the world premiere and said:

“It is a journey I have embraced with open arms, and as we prepare for its world premiere in Sydney, I can’t contain my excitement to share this emotional voyage with the world.”

Promotions for the series have been going viral on social media, and producer Shailja Kejriwal posted images on Instagram, one of which showed both Sajal and Wahaj enjoying corn on the cob while on set.

Under the post, Shailja wrote:

“Sharing some corn today! Will share some super thrilling news in a couple of weeks!”

She then went on to tag Bee Gul, exciting fans at the hint of a collaboration.

The Pink Shirt is an eight-part drama focusing on Umer and Sophia who are stuck in toxic relationships with their partners.

It shows the pair navigating towards the meaning of love and what a loving relationship entails.

The story thickens when Sophia’s mother-in-law makes an appearance following a family dispute and becomes a source of attraction for the neighbour who attempts to serenade her with his music.

It concludes with Sophia having to decide if she wants to begin a new journey with a new partner who she feels more comfortable with, or if she will succumb to her mother-in-law’s efforts to save her relationship with her son.

The Pink Shirt boasts a mixture of emotions such as love and humour, and highlights the intensity and complications of a relationship.



Sana is from a law background who's pursuing her love of writing. She likes reading, music, cooking and making her own jam. Her motto is: "Taking the second step is always less scarier than taking the first."




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