posted by Neha Verma, last updated on May 23rd, 2014 at 2:01 pm
Beintehaa has come a long way during its 100 episodes. While Zain and Aaliya have become silent lovers from enemies, there is one more character that has transformed into a different person altogether – Fahad – he has completely changed into a man of his own words. “Yes, Fahad has completely changed from where it started. Initially he was a man who could not take any decisions and was always stuck between his two wives Nafisa and Shazia. He never had his own say and when he had, he could not implement it. But with time, Fahad has grown,” Vivek Madaan tells you who portrays the character of Fahad Abdullah, Osman Abdullah’s elder son in Beintehaa.
Interetsingly, the show has gone through many twists and turns where once Fahad got involved into a betting scandal with his father-in-law Chakkiwala. “Fahad is a naïve person. He is very soft hearted and is one of those who believe in people around him. Unfortunately, he got into this scandal because of this. But thankfully, Aaliya and Zain saved him,” he explains.
Once again Fahad is in limelight with the matter of will execution. His wives Nafisa and Shazia often bring up the issue of property and have been demanding their share. This time Fahad also started doubting his parents and felt that he was not given the respect that he deserved in the family. “This time doubt crept into his mind and he felt that his stature was just being reduced to that of a functional employee of Barkat Royale. Then, considering serious aspects of his family, Fahad raised his voice and demanded will execution. But Zain made him realize his mistake,” Vivek tells us.
On being asked about the feedback for his portrayal of Fahad, he says: “It is a deeply satisfying feeling to have received such overwhelming affections & acceptance from viewers for my work as Fahad. Beintehaa has had a successful run with 100 episodes & we hope that its success is maintained in continuum...," Vivek concludes.
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