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Taha Shah Badussha on Comparisons with Elite Actors Fawad Khan, Vicky Kaushal, and Shah Rukh Khan’s Style of Romance.

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In an exclusive interview with Bollywood Bubble, Taha Shah Badussha, who brings the charismatic Tajdar Baloch to life in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar,” opened up about being compared to established stars like Vicky Kaushal and Fawad Khan.

Emphasizing the importance of talent over appearance, Taha expressed, “I don’t focus on looks. It’s the performance that truly matters. Both Vicky and Fawad are exceptional actors, and being compared to them is an honor. It’s not just about looks; it’s about the craft.” He further added, “Girls comparing my romantic style to Shah Rukh Khan? That’s a huge compliment!”

Discussing these high praises, Taha highlighted his admiration for these elite actors. “Being compared to Vicky and Fawad is incredible. Vicky is not just a peer; he’s a brother and a friend from our days at the Kishore Namit Kapoor acting institute. We’ve seen each other grow as actors.”

Reflecting on the feedback for his role in “Heeramandi,” Taha shared, “Fans from all over the world have told me that the romance in my eyes reminds them of Shah Rukh Khan. Such comparisons are truly humbling and motivate me to keep honing my craft.”

When asked about the similarities between his character Tajdar and Salman Khan’s iconic Prem, Taha revealed, “Sanjay Leela Bhansali envisioned Tajdar with influences from both ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’ and ‘Devdas,’ adding his personal touch. It’s an honor to be compared to legends like Salman and Shah Rukh. Tajdar’s essence is akin to Prem, and Shah Rukh sir is my idol. No one can emote like him.”

Taha’s portrayal of Tajdar, a character rich in complexities born from love and the quest for freedom, has resonated with audiences. His dynamic performance opposite Sharmin Segal’s Alamzeb, a courtesan-in-training from Heeramandi’s Shahi Mahal, beautifully captures the tension between personal desires and patriotic duty.

The heartfelt depiction of sacrifice and devotion in the face of adversity has won over audiences globally. Taha Shah Badussha’s ability to evoke deep emotions and his humility in acknowledging the influence of Indian and Pakistani icons continues to endear him to fans, solidifying his place in the

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