Sushant Singh compares Pakistani & Indian Content

Speaking to the media, Sushant Singh compared the current quality of Pakistani and Indian content on TV and in films.

Sushant Singh compares Pakistani & Indian Content f

"Look at what they're doing and look at ours."

Indian actor Sushant Singh has praised Pakistani content on television and in films.

The widespread recognition of Pakistani dramas has reached unprecedented heights.

They are marked by the continuous surge in international fame and success with each passing day.

Recent blockbuster productions, including Parizaad, Mere Humsafar and Tere Bin have resonated with audiences in India.

This surge in popularity has prompted a noticeable concern within Indian channels and media circles.

They find themselves grappling with the declining prominence of once-famous and trending Indian dramas.

In a recent interaction with the media, Sushant Singh openly shared his apprehensions.

He engaged in a detailed conversation about the diminishing quality of Indian content.

He said: “Look at our neighbour, Pakistan which is seen as an enemy, yet they’re making amazing content?

“Look at what they’re doing and look at ours.

“What are we giving to our people? Why are we making subpar content? Why do we resist change when criticised? Will we keep making mediocre content?

“What’s our message to actors and viewers – stay or leave, we won’t change? Do we even want to change?

“We’ve made great content in tough conditions, so let’s fight for quality and keep getting better.”

He emphasised his wish for the actors’ community to be recognised as an influential and impactful voice.

Sushant Singh’s viewpoint strongly resonated with Indian audiences, garnering widespread agreement from many viewers who shared his sentiments.

An increasing number of individuals express the sentiment that Pakistani productions stand out as some of the best in the industry.

One of them said: “I like Pakistani serials. They are much better than Indian serials.”

Another wrote: “Totally agreed. Pakistani dramas’ concepts are really nice.

“Dramas like Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Humsafar are amazing dramas.”

One remarked: “Pakistani dramas are way more decent than Indian dramas.”

Another commented:

“Their storylines and acting skills are just marvellous.”

Users criticised the Indian dramas, saying Pakistan’s drama industry was doing way better.

One said: “They are so original. All Indians can ever show are ‘Saas/Bahu’ problems.”

Another wrote: “Who’s gonna talk about their OSTs? Have not heard anything better than those.”

One commented: “I am so glad I switched to Pakistani serials. They’ve become my comfort shows.”

With so many agreeing with Shushan Singh’s statement, it is clear that even the Indian audience isn’t satisfied.

Ayesha is a film and drama student who adores music, arts and fashion. Being highly ambitious, her motto for life is, "Even the Impossible spells I'm Possible"

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