Hina Dilpazeer- An Outstanding Actress
People say that Hina Dilpazeer gets all the brilliant roles but I disagree….she makes them brilliant by performing so well. From her first role in ‘ Barnas road ki Nilofar‘ till ‘bulbalay‘ she hits a sixer every time. Pakistani drama has got an ace in the form of Hina Dilpazeer.
After Burnas Road ki Nilofar and the unprecedented success, offers and
opportunities, there’s been no looking back for her. Madam Rizwana and Baby
Shabana, Bichhu Phuppi, Veena and momo, to name just a few, are just some of Hina’s best work on television.The reason of such powerful performances in her own words are :
“I have always wanted to live many lives in this one life; lives of the rich,
the impoverished, the disabled and even the blessed. Any interesting person who catches my attention, I try and enter his or her world through my imagination, curious to know how I would feel in their situation. I have always been like this, I would get told off for what appeared to others like I was imitating them but in reality I was so deeply absorbed in a fascinating character that I would be subconsciously following mannerisms, gestures and gait. I always wanted to become the medium to deliver those feelings, sensitivities and stories to audiences.”
Watching ‘Shakoor Sahib’ I felt her versatile acting skills gives a writer the freedom to adopt and conceive roles no one has ever done before on pakistani tv. She has also shattered the stereotype and set the ball rolling for character actresses who share the spotlight with the lead pair and are just as popular with the viewers. Rarely does the ‘size zero’ and ‘make up’ obsessed media allow a female to play such diverse roles with such freedom!
Hina Dilpazeer has the ability to grab all the attention in the drama. Amazing thing is that one goes not get to know the real Hina Dilpazeer in any of these roles. When I first saw her giving an interview I was quite surprised to find that she is a groomed, decent and educated lady who looked and sounded completely different from all her acts. Good job Hina!