Short Cuts Have Spoiled Drama Industry: Actor Sohail Ahmed
Pride of Performance artist, Sohail Ahmed, best known as Azizi said that poor script, no rehearsal and other short cuts had contributed to low quality drama these days
Talking to APP, he said that it takes four or five months to write a good script of a drama, but unfortunately, people were now impatient and love to produce it in a haste.
When film industry spoiled, A class actors survived but 'B and C' class actors joined stage drama most of whom are unschooled, the legendary actor said regretting that they brought the standard of drama at stage to its lowest degree.
Sohail Ahmed stated that gone are the days when CM Munir, Zubair Baloch, Shakeel Ahmed and Nazeer sahib who themselves were artistes worked at Arts Council as officers but now it was being run by irrelevant people.
To a question, he said that trainers of Munawar Zareef, Ali Ejaz, Rangeela and Nanna were qualified people which resulted in best comedy, but now this field has gone barren.
Replying another question, he admitted that he could not implement his theory of family drama except his own theatre because these were not under his control.