"I think Independence Day is an opportunity for musicians to claim an identity," says Sara Haider.
"There's always someone ready to replace you, someone with better skills, looks or even contacts."
"For me, it was not very different from the work that I’ve been doing previously."
The series also stars Mikaal Zulfiqar, Nimra Bucha and Anam Goher.
The second episode of the serial aired last night and expectedly, grabbed our attention.
Amna plays a fierce feminist in the film and says she has sky-high expectations from the film.
"Its a show that's up my alley, I enjoy it, I feel it's meaningful and I'm giving back in some way," says Aamina Sheikh.
Sajal Aly speaks to HIP on her journey with her Bollywood debut, team and personal attachment with the film.
"It’s a fantastic platform for new talent who had to go through auditions and much struggle earlier."
Shahroz Sabzwari opens up to HIP exclusively about the response of his forthcoming debut film, 'Chain Aye Na's trailer.
"We can't experiment for now, I want to do what people respond to, anything that manages to entertain them."
Mahira thinks Fawad Khan would make a great director.
"I'm a director's actor," says Sana Javed on the criticism she faced for 'Beliya'.
Terrific performances and a dragged, but moving climax saves the film from drowning.
"Web is a great democratic platform. It provides an opportunity to everybody who has a camera and a story to tell."
"There’s no censor and you can come up with whatever you want to," Pandey on what makes web the perfect medium.
The actress opens up about her upcoming serial 'Daldal' and working in the British film industry simultaneously.
The actor speaks to HIP on his upcoming projects with Sana Javed, return to television this year and what's next.
The real-life lovebirds will be seen creating magic in reel-life with their upcoming Eid telefilm.
The actress celebrated her Bolly debut's success on the sets of her next, 'Baaghi'.