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Mawra Hocane bids farewell to ‘Let’s Try Mohabbat’ | The Express Tribune

Mawra Hocane recently took to Instagram to bid adieu to her wildly popular romcom sitcom, Let’s Try Mohabbat, sharing a delightful series of behind-the-scenes moments that fans had been clamouring for. 

“A little late but here’s the #LTM dump you’ve all been asking for… thank you for giving Fizza sooo much love!” Mawra captioned her post, brimming with gratitude. She continued, “I loved experimenting with this over-the-top character & your love has solidified my confidence to keep attempting different characters.”

“She was crazy and I loved being a bit of crazy with her. Girls like Fizza who add light to everyone’s life deserve all the happiness in the world and definitely the happy ending she got!” Mawra added.

Among the visual treats in her post, fans were delighted to find a mix of candid snaps and on-set moments. One particularly heartwarming black-and-white shot captured Mawra’s infectious smile, while another saw her gazing dreamily into the eyes of her co-star, Daniyal Zafar, sparking a flurry of emotions among viewers. 

A candid from the shoot featuring Gohar Rasheed and other cast members added to the nostalgic vibes. To top it off, a brief clip showcased Mawra in action, complete with a snapshot of the shooting equipment, giving fans a peek into the magic behind the scenes.

In a prior interview with FUCHSIA Magazine, Mawra talked her proper foray into comedy with Let’s Try Mohabbat. She confessed that portraying Fizza in the comedy series has been a refreshing challenge and emphasised the complexity of her character, stating, “I have never done comedy before in this way.”

Describing Fizza as an intelligent and outspoken woman who values open communication, the 31-year-old highlighted the novelty of portraying such a role. She elaborated, “I’ve done characters of girls who speak their mind but they are in a more tragic and serious way.”

As per the Sammi actor, her latest character Fizza “is the one who wants everyone to speak their mind, speak their heart so that no one has anything weighing down on them.” She added, “I don’t think I’ve ever done a character who talks this much.”

Remarking on the certain demeanour typically attributed to strong characters on Pakistan’s small screen, Mawra said, “I think for a character to be empowered, they don’t necessarily have to be serious. I also found a takeaway in the script but a serious one that is imparted in such a light way. So I like that combination.”

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