Pakistani superstar Fawad Khan recently appeared on Ahmad Ali Butt’s podcast, “Excuse Me,” where he shared intriguing anecdotes from his professional and personal life. The conversation covered Fawad’s singing and acting career, including insights into his family’s reactions to his professional choices.
Delving into the topic of his hit drama series, “Humsafar,” Fawad Khan expressed mixed sentiments, acknowledging its pivotal role in propelling him to fame. Despite initially being unconvinced by the project and declining it twice, he humorously revealed that the paycheck ultimately persuaded him to say yes. Reflecting on “Humsafar,” Fawad commented, “It’s like that scenario, you don’t get to choose your parents and siblings in life but, if you ask me if I would do it again, no I wouldn’t.”
Acknowledging the success of “Humsafar,” Fawad emphasized that it wasn’t solely the unique story but the combination of people involved in its creation and the impactful song that contributed to its popularity. Despite holding reservations about the story being too generic, Fawad recognized the drama’s significance in his career.
Fawad Khan, known for his charismatic personality, dashing looks, and acting prowess, gained fame not only in Lollywood but also in India. Rising to popularity through Pakistani dramas like “Humsafar” and “Zindagi Gulzar Hai,” he extended his success to Indian films such as “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil,” “Khoobsurat,” and “Kapoor & Sons.” Furthermore, Fawad played a pivotal role in achieving Pakistan’s first-ever 100 Crore film with the 2022 movie, “The Legend Of Maula Jatt.” Known for being selective about his projects, Fawad Khan continues to leave a lasting impact in the world of glitz and glamour.