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During a recent interview, Feroze Khan spoke about his use of phony accents and portrayal of a “angry young guy.”

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Aye Musht-e-Khaak star Feroze Khan sat down with director Wajahat Rauf for an interview for his online chat show, where he played an angry young guy. The actor spoke out about his imminent rap debut and his status in the entertainment world.

Aye Musht-e-Khaak, Feroze’s most recent Drama, was accused of encouraging domestic violence by critics because of his depiction of angered males. Feroze, when asked whether he identified with the description of ‘angry young guy,’ said that others around him can assess him better than he can. “There’s nothing I can do to make these rumors mainstream,” he added. In addition to this, there are many additional rumors about me that circulate, but I have no way of verifying their veracity. “I think you can tell me more clearly than I can.”

Feroze was questioned by the presenter whether he becomes a little overbearing on set, pleading with the staff to obey his directions, in a section when the actor had to reply to a series of claims about him. According to the actor from Khuda Aur Mohabbat, he does have a “vision” for the situations he is in but lacks the technical know-how to take control. On the technical side of things, he said, “I have a strong vision, but I haven’t been able to completely comprehend cameras and lighting. ” As a result, this story is untrue. Even if I could describe my ideas for a scene, I would be woefully unprepared when it comes to the technical aspects of filmmaking. “The filmmaker has my whole admiration.”

Hosts also pressed him on his co-star, Sana Javed, who has recently been accused of bullying and misbehavior. Noteworthy, though, is the fact that the interview was shot before the allegations were revealed. “Yes, we’ve worked together quite a bit,” Feroze said when asked if he and the actress had a “love-hate” relationship. It’s a natural result of spending so much time together.”

The presenter then turned to Feroze, asking whether the adage, “Keep your friends near but your enemies closer,” applied to his friendship with fellow actor Imran Ashraf, who is also an actor. He smiled and said, “I don’t believe I can answer this question with a true or false,” after taking a glance around the room.

During an interview, Feroze said he entered the entertainment sector in order to “break things up and disrupt the way they function.” “I don’t believe I’ve come to alter anything in show business, but I’d want to,” he said. But I know there is a lot that has to be changed, and I’m not sure how much I can do. When it comes to morality or presence, it’s up to the individual to decide.”

As a result of the ban on Pakistani artists in India and the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, Feroze’s friendship with other Bollywood actors has soured. Speaking about Feroze’s friendship with Bollywood stars, he said he was not any more. He said, “No, this isn’t true.” He clarified. Many of my Bollywood acquaintances are still close to me. There is mutual respect between us. “Of course, the nation comes first,” he continues.

Feroze asked the host Feroze what the key to an actor’s success was, and Feroze answered by stating that connecting with the divine transcends all other considerations. In his thoughts, he said, “It’s really vital to connect with what’s beyond all of this. ” It’s crucial to connect with what occurs before and after all of these things. “You’ll be able to avoid all of the rest,”

This isn’t his first foray into the music industry, though. A song is in the works, he said. It’s a rap. In fact, I’m putting the finishing touches on one record right now.” The music, which sounds like an English rap number, was only announced on his Instagram page a short time ago. A behind-the-scenes video from the Ishqiya star’s studio sessions was posted online. The actor’s rapper persona stands out with a grey V-neck sweater, white baggy jeans, and black sunglasses paired with headphones.

Feroze also addressed the issue of phony accents and how one should not judge people based on them throughout the conversation. I don’t believe you should belittle somebody because of their accent,” he said. Every one of us has a past. You may quickly pick up an accent and a dialect while learning a new language. As a result, I don’t mind.”

Sajjad Ahmed
Sajjad Ahmed
Photojournalist / Web Editor
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