In a recent interview, actor Sharib Hashmi opened up about his deep-rooted emotions and shared heartfelt anecdotes about his late father, who was a well-respected journalist for Mayapuri. Known for his witty social media posts and comedic roles in films, Sharib Hashmi's raw and unfiltered display of emotions brought tears to his eyes as he reminisced about his father's influence on his life.
Amidst his busy schedule and upcoming projects, Hashmi took a moment to reflect on his journey, expressing regret for not pursuing acting while his father was alive.
Sharib Hashmi, known for his roles in critically acclaimed films such as "Filmistaan,", web series 'The Family Man" revealed that his father had always hoped for him to become an actor.
Despite the admiration and respect he garnered from celebrities like Raj Babbar, Govinda, and Anupam Kher, who had visited their home, Hashmi did not pursue his acting aspirations until after his father's passing. With a heavy heart, he expressed remorse for not fulfilling his father's wish.
During the interview, Sharib Hashmi's emotions overflowed as he remembered his father, shedding tears in the process. His genuine display of vulnerability and the way he wore his heart on his sleeve touched the hearts of many. Apologizing for his emotional state, Hashmi showed his sincerity and the deep love he had for his father.
Meanwhile, fans eagerly await his upcoming film, 'Zara Hatke Zara Bachke,' starring Vicky Koushal and Sara Ali Khan in lead roles, which promises to showcase Hashmi's exceptional acting skills once again. With each project, Sharib Hashmi continues to captivate audiences with his versatility and genuine performances.