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Hareem Farooq faced warnings that her role in “Diyar-e-Dil” could end her career, but she persisted.

Despite facing widespread skepticism, She courageously pursued the challenging role, a decision she now reflects upon.

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Reflecting on the pivotal decision, Farooq recalled, “It was my third drama, and I just followed my heart.” She recounted how she was warned by many that playing such a role could spell “career suicide.” However, Farooq saw it as an opportunity to portray a powerful character and accepted the challenge head-on.

Undeterred by the negativity, Farooq explained her approach to selecting roles, emphasizing her affinity for compelling characters, engaging plots, and talented teams. With a philosophical outlook on success and failure, she believes in destiny and advises against succumbing to fear of failure.

Farooq attributes much of her success to the unwavering support of her parents, both of whom are doctors. She fondly acknowledges their guidance and insists on completing her degree before pursuing acting, a condition she dutifully fulfilled.

Following her passion, Farooq transitioned into acting after completing her studies, initially landing roles due to a lack of other candidates. Since then, she has flourished in both acting and producing, breaking barriers as the first female celebrity to host the Pakistan Super League in 2018.

In summary, Farooq’s journey is a testament to the importance of following one’s instincts, overcoming doubts, and embracing challenges to achieve success in the entertainment industry.

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