Bilal Abbas Khan tackles his role effortlessly in Pyar Ke Sadqay
Pakistan’s television industry has a list of some of the best actors who give such powerful performances that their dramas become even more famous because of their acting.
One such name in the list is Bilal Abbas Khan having the capability to take challenging roles one after the other and outperforming each one of them.
His performance as Taimoor in Balaa was exceptional, where he played a character that underwent some serious growth from naive to wild.
Then his role as Wajih in Cheekh gave us goosebumps and kept us hooked throughout the course of the drama.
These roles had us convinced that this is the farthest Bilal Abbas Khan could go, but he proved us wrong with his ongoing project Pyar Ke Sadqay.
The drama itself is unique, with an intriguing storyline starring Bilal Abbas Khan, Yumna Zaidi, and Yashma Gill. The cast also includes Atiqa Odho, Khalid Anum, Gul e Rana, Khalid Malik, Omair Rana, Sharmeen Khan, Srha Asghar, Danish Aqeel, and Ashan Mohsin.
It portrays the story of Abdullah and Mahjabeen, both equally innocent and naïve, who get married under some difficult circumstances and must struggle to keep up with the sharpness of the world.
Bilal Abbas Khan plays the role of Abdullah, a brilliant but shy boy, harassed at the hands of his stepfather, who does not want him to succeed in life, fearing of losing his business to him.
The drama has aired 11 episodes so far, and it comes without any surprise that Bilal Abbas Khan is stealing the spotlight in each episode because of his powerful acting skills.
In episode 11, Abdullah and Mahjabeen have started their new life together, but Sarwar isn’t making it any easy for both of them.
He is playing his cards right to separate the two. He was seen brainwashing Abdullah against Mahjabeen and telling him that Shanzay was instead a better choice for him.
Abdullah’s facial expressions portray a shy, scared, yet humble young boy as Sarwar tries to get into his mind. Abdullah is not unintelligent, but the world around him is too cunning and too sharp, making him appear too good to be true.
To portray all these traits and bring out the desired reaction from the audience is challenging, but Bilal Abbas Khan is doing it effortlessly.