Sarmad Khoosat’s latest directorial project ‘Kamli’ was released in the cinemas today. Let’s hear what the cast had to say about the challenges they faced while shooting it!
Sarmad Khoosat’s long-awaited film Kamli is a women-centric story. The narrative is written by Fatimah Sattar and produced by Kanwal Khoosat. The cast includes Saba Qamar, Sania Saeed, Nimra Bucha, Adeel Afzal, Omair Rana, and the new talk of the town debutant Hamza Khwaja. From the scenic locations to the powerful expressions portrayed by the cast throughout the heartfelt musical score rendered by Saad Sultan, Kamli seems to be a masterpiece.
Recently, the cast of Kamli shared a conversation with FUCHSIA and revealed the challenges of one of their very first scenes.
Hamza Khawaja Talks About His First Scene
“The first scene that I had to shoot didn’t have any dialogue and that was one challenge for me. Secondly, that scene required a particular way of walking, so it was a difficult scene for my foot movement. But the way you walk, your posture and every other detail matters a lot.”
Nimra Bucha Isn’t A Fan Of Shooting Scenes That Involve Eating!
“My first scene involved me having breakfast with Omair. I am not good at doing scenes that include eating at the same time as speaking. Moreover, along with that, you have to look elegant as well, so it was very difficult. Also, we had more than one dining scene, and it’s a challenge for me to even read all the scenes that include food.”
Omair Rana Felt Challenged To Perform A Scene With Zero Movement
“My first scene was in the rain, and I couldn’t speak, look or do any sort of movement. You would notice it when I am sitting in the car, and Saba is there with me. Although I used to turn on the car’s heater, still Saba would shiver because of the rain, so God bless her for all the efforts.”
Listen To The Full Conversation Here
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