Syra Shehroz is a multitalented actress, model and former VJ from Pakistan. She is known for her roles in various drama serials and telefilms. One of the most humble and down to earth person, here is what Syra told The Blush Works exclusively.
TBW: Going from Syra Yousaf to Syra Shehroz tell us about your journey?
SS: The journey from Syra Yousaf to Syra Shehroz has been incredible, marrying the love of your life and your best friend, doesn’t get better.
TBW: Mera Naseeb was one of the most celebrated drama serials of all times, do you think it was a stepping stone in your way of success?
SS: Definitely. Before Mera Naseeb I didn’t even know I could act or if I wanted to take up acting, but it all has turned out great ever since.
TBW: Who or what inspires you?
SS: My mother mainly, she’s the strongest woman I know, the way she dealt with life and all that it threw at her, only she could have. Live inspires me. “The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”— Morrie Schwartz
TBW: Actress, model, VJ.. are you planning to pick another line too, like your sister? (Stylist)
SS: Yes, may be direction. It’s always intrigued me.
TBW: Young girls look up to you for your style, what piece of advice would you offer them for this winter?
SS: New season, new style, new trends but always stay true to yourself because that’s what I do. Why not a makeover? Get a chic stylish haircut as winter approaches. When your hair is on point, everything works. Be beautiful.
TBW: What are your “must haves” when you step outta home?
SS: My phone. My bag. My shades.
TBW: Tell us about your upcoming movie?
SS: Chalay Thay Saath is an unconventional love story. It’s a movie about love, relationships and family and loss.
TBW: Was joining the entertainment industry your plan B or was it something you always wanted to do?
SS: It wasn’t at all a plan. It just happened. But no regrets :).
TBW: If given a chance who would you like to collaborate with?
SS: I would love to collaborate with someone whose soul purpose is to educate young children who can’t afford it for themselves and give them better lives.
by Naima Zahin and Kainat Kamal