Badar Khala Telling Suffering Of Her Life Will Melt Your Heart

Badar Khala Telling Suffering Of Her Life Will Melt Your Heart

We always saw her playing strict mother roles in dramas but none of us know how much pain she hide in her heart.About death legendry director Shahzad Khalil who was her husband too , she said ” Shehzad ka blood pressure buhet high hota tha Aik bar uska BP shoot ker gaya to mai nangay paaw usko hospital le ker  gai , doctors ne Shehzad ko baraf ki sill per lita dia aor us halat me bhi wo keh ra ha tha ke Baddo ko ghar bhej do usne joote nahi pehne.” It was darkest past of Badar Khalil. She is legend of our tv and one of the most sensitive actress. She said that Shehzad was the first employee of Ptv who died after birth of PTV. She also said that her husband wants to go to USA, even he get better offer in USA but Government of Pakistan did’nt approve him to go so he had depression. Badar said ” Mai hamesha sochti thi ke ager Shehzad ko kuch hua bhi to wo brain hemorrhage  hoga lakin usko heart attack hua.” Badar also reveal that she lived a painful life but she never feel bad and she tried to move on in her life. Now one of her son lives in Canada and other one lives in Dubai. Shehzad’s  contributions number-wise in the field of PTV dramas are perhaps not all that many but each one is considered a complete art from it itself. Platform from Rawalpindi, Alif Noon and Teesra Kinara from Lahore, Tanhaiyan and Ehsaas from Karachi are some of the well known TV serials directed by Shehzad. His long plays include Panaah 1, Panab-II, Rashid Minhas in the Nishan-e-Haider series and Sagar Kay Ansoo by Hasina Moin, his last PTV production. Born of Afghan parents, Shehzad spoke only Farsi at home. Although his father was a general in the Army, Shehzad chose a creative profession and joined PTV quite by accident, while waiting for his B.A. results. Back in 1966 he was a member of the first batch of pioneer PTV producers to step out of the Central Training from Chaklala Rawalpindi. Soft spoken, gentle, mild mannered, Shehzad belonged to a different breed of professionals altogether.