Adeel Husain Talks About His Life Before Acting in Rewind with Samina Peerzada!
Adeel Hussain, the man who charmed us with his roles as the perfect hero in dramas like Mata-e-Jaan and Daam and with movies like Bin Roye, Dobara Phir Se, and Ho Mann Jahan, was called on the popular digital talk show ‘Rewind with Samina Peerzada’. Like every other celebrity, he also opened up about his past experiences, his passions, and his interests. It was an interesting interview in which Adeel talked passionately about his journey before he appeared on the screen.
Adeel shares some really interesting details about his life, particularly before he realized that he wanted to be an actor. He shared that he had a magical childhood with a lot of time spent on ships and sea since his father was in the merchant Navy. However, after his death, he felt the pressure was on him to do something for his family. He was and is a kind of person who does not like settling for just one thing or profession. However, he went on to study marketing in Dublin, Ireland, but there he realized that he wanted to try his hands at acting. Nevertheless, he completed his Masters there and then returned. He also shares that he worked as a part-time waiter while studying to support himself financially.
While talking about his acting, he shares that he chose his characters after thorough consideration and always tried to put his best in them. He adds that he cannot see bad acting and whenever he found himself doing something not at par, he tried to make amendments.
Adeel Hussain is also a painter, a poet, and an amazing photographer. When asked by Samina Peerzada whether he planned to do an exhibition of his paintings, he said that he did not consider himself such a good artist. She then asked him whether he would write a book, he said that he did plan to do that but it would be a fiction work since he loved telling stories.
No doubt, Adeel Hussain is a talented individual who has a wide variety of interests, and who loves exploring different worlds. Watch his interview here:
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