I’ve grown up watching Pakistani drama serials. During my childhood, I was introduced to the senselessly edited (eighteen different camera angles for one reaction shot? C’mon!), utterly unrealistic (she’s dead! No, she’s alive! No, she’s been reincarnated! She’s left the show! Wait, she’s come back. Wait, that’s not her, that’s some other actress. Oh! She had a plastic surgery done, get it? Get it?) and OTT Indian soap operas. And what was surprising was that they never seemed to stop running, and even better, all the people ran with them and never seemed to get tired of watching them. But the biggest and most addictive discovery – for me - was that of English drama serials. I never knew they made dramas in English that had seasons... and that they had a gap of a real season before their next season began.
I wrote this poem cuz i cant follow my dreams...it's just so tough to be yourself in a country full of people who have false beliefs and want you to follow and listen to them.
Nina Dobrev of the Vampire Diaries fame went a little simple in a Dolce & Gabbana and looked stunning. She managed to somehow be the better one to dress from the other cast member (you know who) and simply stands out.