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Storytelling: India uses cinema, Pakistan uses TV
The 29-year-old is ecstatic and \"grateful\" that \"Zindagi Gulzar Hai\", one of the most popular ongoing shows in India, has turned out to be the \"first drama to have broken the ice across the borders in current times\"
Having immortalised strong women-oriented roles on TV screens across the border, young and multi-faceted Sanam Saeed, known to Indian audiences as Kashaf Murtaza of "Zindagi Gulzar Hai", says that while India makes the most of its filmmaking capacity to tell stories, the medium in Pakistan is TV.