Saba Qamar says conventional relationship does not make any sense
June 1, 2020 01:46 AM
Rewind with Samina Peerzada is one show that has been in the news for one reason or another.
Be it due to the host, Samina Peerzada’s ignorant remarks on seeking therapy or the controversies that stirred up after celebrities like Aiman Khan, Meera and other celebs open up about their personal struggles.
Renowned celebrities of the entertainment industry are seen having a candid chat with Peerzada in the show like never before.
This time Saba Qamar was invited on the popular show, where she spoke her heart out in the episode and talked about being in lockdown, Irrfan Khan’s demise and her past relationship.
Speaking about being in lockdown, Saba said: “Honestly, these days have been difficult. At the start, it seemed like it would pass easily. It was fun; we were all joking and calling it a corona vacation. Now, suddenly it’s becoming all too real. Life, freedom, love, and each and every moment that we spent before. We always took it all for granted. I used to starve for days where I’d get to sleep for eight hours. Now God has just paused it all,” she said.
About her experience of working with late Irrfan Khan. Saba said: “The first day that I met him, I entered and he started singing Badan pe sitare because I was wearing a studded top,” she said laughing.
She further added, “It never felt like I was working with an international superstar. He was so down-to-earth; it was unbelievable. He never even corrected me or my acting. He told me he believed in spontaneity in acting. So we never rehearsed a single scene. It was an incredible experience, I learned so much from him,” she added.
When asked about her past relationship, Saba said: “The conventional relationship doesn’t make sense to me. I don’t want to be stuck in an abusive relationship like my mother. I fear being stuck in a commitment where I’m just compromising. I want compatibility and a partner. I’m not going to do it to please other people. I’ll choose a partner when I feel it’s right,” she said.