India has mastered art of filmmaking: Fawad Khan


 For actor Fawad Khan, working in Indian filmdom is like an “educative experience” as the country has mastered the craft.

The heartthrob of Pakistan is making his Bollywood debut with “Khoobsurat” opposite Sonam Kapoor.

“The amount of experience that India has in filmmaking, for me it is an education to understand how systems work because we are re-propping our industry and it would be a valuable contribution,” said the actor, who featured in internationally acclaimed Pakistani movie “Khuda Kay Liye”.

“…they have mastered the craft to the extent that they have won over a global audience.

“I am actually able to take back certain form of education. For me, it is more importantly an educative experience when it comes to filmmaking and I would like to incorporate that in some way or the other back at home as well,” he said in an interview.

“Khoobsurat” has been produced by Sonam’s sister Rhea Kapoor and directed by Shashanka Ghosh.

The fate of the film, which also stars Kirron Kher and Ratna Pathak Shah, will be known when it hits theatres Sep 19, but Fawad has already won a fan following in India thanks to his TV show “Zindagi Gulzar Hai”.



  1. No doubt the Indian film industry has made great advances but the language and the content used is miserably pathetic. They need to borrow writers from Pakistan to improve the content and quality of their films

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