Syeda Tuba Anwar is also a part of Baby Baji as she plays the choti bahu Farhat and paired with Junaid Niazi.
Syeda Tuba Anwar praises Farhat’s character from Baby Baji. There are some dramas that surprise us with their viewership when they come out. This mostly happens as we have lower expectations from them but they still end up showing something relatable to the society and people just flock to the drama episode after episode and Baby Baji is one of those shows. This multiple starrer drama has offered some characters who people love while others get hated as people find them close to reality.
Syeda Tuba Anwar is also a part of Baby Baji as she plays the choti bahu Farhat and paired with Junaid Niazi. Farhat is not too likeable for people but Tuba has managed to gather the spotlight and she talked about the character in an interview with Fuchsia.
Tuba shared that she believes that girls will be able to learn a lot from Farhat. She also defended the character and said that many people think it is negative but it is not. Farhat stands up for what she thinks is right and she thinks that is the right thing to do. People should just not be rude to others but they should stand up for their rights.
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Here is what she said:
“I think, every person has a good and bad side. Farhat’s character I feel is the best in the sense she is at least speaking up for her own rights, a lot of people think it’s negative but not negative. It is indeed, your right to speak up for something wrong BUT kisi kay saath najaiz nae kero, batameezi aur ghussa bhi nae kero. Though speaking up and asking for privacy shouldn’t be counted as something negative.”
She also shared that she is not sure about living in a joint family in real life. She said that if the family is nontoxic that is fine but living with toxic relatives is not her cup of tea.
This is what Tuba said:
“Not sure about it because everything has its pros and cons! If the big family is nontoxic then it’s okay but if they wouldn’t respect your privacy then it’s a no to living in a joint family.”