Do Bol’s Hira Mani and her husband Mani are teaming up for Dil Toh Baccha Hai Je. This is the duo’s first ever telefilm which is going to air on Eid-ul-Fitr.
This is the first time the real-life couple will be sharing the screen together in a telefilm or drama.
With Eid around the corner, people in the biz are working on churning out content for the holiday. Year after the year the entertainment industry has brought us fun-filled telefilms that keep us entertained during the holidays.
Eid is a time when we get a breather from regular routine drama serials. While we’re excited for the holiday content so are creators.
Hira and Mani On Screen Together
Hira Mani is looking forward to Dil Toh Baccha Hai Je, alongside her husband. The fact that it’s a comedy film adds to the Do Bol actress’ excitement since she started her career with a comedy.
“I am very excited to play comic characters as I started my career with comedy. I am busy doing serious and romantic drama serials and get to do comedy via telefilms only. Comedy has been my first preference and what a better way to do it with Mani. ‘Dil Toh Baccha Hai Je’ is a fun ride with a powerhouse cast Asma Abbas, Mehmood Aslam, and Behroz Sabzwari. One can imagine the presence of two great comedians Behroz and Mehmood would bring loads of laughter to the table”.
The Khala Surraya starlet revealed that Dil Toh Baccha Hai Je cast Asma Abbas, Mehmood Aslam, and Behroz Sabzwari in key roles.
The real-life couple Hira and Mani last shared the screen in 2010. The couple co-hosted Hum TV’s talk show Hum 2 Hamara Show.
The Yaqeen Ka Safar starlet is excited about the screen-time with husband Mani. The actress was all praise for her partner.
“The flavor of Mani is at its best; I really enjoyed working with him after so long. I believe Mani is one of those sitcom actors who possess impeccable comedy timing and somehow I couldn’t match up with it, however, I’ve managed to give my best amongst the great star cast”.
The actress mentioned the struggle of keeping up with the comedy actor. She added that ‘it was like working with family on set’.
“It was like working with family on sets, I had a great time; it was my first work experience with director Erum Binte Shahid and I have to say she is effortless; we didn’t feel like shooting and wrapped up the scenes within no time. It’s a good Eid product that will surely be a treat for the audience”.
Rizwan Zaidi penned Dil Toh Baccha Hai Je, while Erum Binte Shahid’s Production House, Evolution Media produced it.