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Shehzada Dhami Says Bold Scenes Can’t Lure Audiences Anymore

Best known for his amazing performance as Rehaan in Gul Khan's hit supernatural show Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka, TV star Shehzada Dhami says bold scenes can't lure audiences anymore.

The former Tiktok star turned hunk Television actor Shehzada Dhami best known for his role of Rehaan in producer Gul Khan’s hit supernatural show, Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka (Star Plus, 2019 – 2020) by Four Lions Films has won the hearts of his fans and audiences with his memorable debut performance as Rehaan in the show. During recent interview, Shehzada Dhami says bold scenes can’t lure audiences anymore.

During his recent interview, when asked that are bold scenes able to captivate audiences of today, on this Shehzada Dhami says bold scenes can’t lure audiences anymore.

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Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka fame TV actor Shehzada Dhami feels that OTT platforms have given way to good content to the viewers. He also confessed that the audience has risen above the bold content and wants quality content.

Explaining the same, he said, “There was a time when you could get more audience with bold scenes in shows and series, but not anymore. The audience has become very intelligent and those bold scenes can’t lure them anymore. They want good and quality content, something that makes sense and is entertaining at the same time”.

When asked that will he do a bold scene or is he ready for same, Shehzada told, “I have never really given it a thought, but if the script demands and it’s very essential for my character and the sequence of the show, then I might. But if someone asks to do bold and intimate scenes randomly, then I won’t”.

He also spoke at length about fact that OTT platforms are giving opportunities to struggling and newbie actors and elucidating on it, he said, “The OTT platforms have given a lot of opportunities to the new talent in the country. There are so many young boys and girls who are able to make a mark in the industry because of this. With so many web series being made and everyone is getting the opportunity to showcase their talent and this industry works purely on your talent”.

When asked that why is he still now, away from web, Shehzada said, “My debut show was ‘Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka’, and while I was doing it, I was getting a lot of calls for web series. People were seeing my work on TV and were approaching me, but I was doing a show then and of course I didn’t want to leave it. Now I am just waiting for something good, in fact, I am giving auditions for TV shows also. But if I get an option to do a web series then I will definitely do it because people are watching it more now”.

Asserting on the fact that audiences are watching webseries now more than before, towards the end of the interview, Shehzada signed off by saying, “The content on the web is excellent. In fact, I feel OTT platforms have given us a lot of options in the comforts of our home, and it’s available in various languages too. In fact, I feel because of the lockdown and the pandemic people are preferring them instead of going to a theatre. Even I love to watch films and shows on OTT platforms”.

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