Wahaj Ali shows his acting prowess in Eid Telefilm ‘Love Siyappa’

Handsome and versatile, Wahaj Ali has impressed us time and again with some remarkable performances in the last couple of years. From dramas to telefilms, his acting has never disappointed us. Whether it was the role of a determined young journalist in Ehd-e-Wafa or the role of a love-struck hero in Bharam, his performance was top-notch. Last night, we saw him playing the role of a romantic hero in Eid telefilm ‘Love Siyappa,’ and we loved his performance.

‘Love Siyappa’ was a 7th Sky Entertainment Production starring Hina Altaf, Maria Wasti, and Ali Abbas in pivotal roles. Written by Saima Akram Chaudhry and directed by Saima Waseem, the telefilm was primarily a love story. Shobi, played by the talented Wahaj Ali, is an aspiring actor who had come to the city with his friend to look for acting work after completing his education but is not able to find any. Meanwhile, he comes across Dua, played by the gorgeous Hina Altaf, and falls in love with her. Dua lives with her aunt, played by Maria Wasti, who is mourning her separation with her love interest Ahmed Kamal. Shobi transforms himself into an aged man, namely Ahmed Kamal, and charms Dua’s aunt into liking him. He then tells Dua’s aunt that he is the uncle of Shobi so that the two friends can get a space on rent in their house, and then begins the love story between Ahmed Kamal and Dua’s aunt and later of Shobi and Dua.

Wahaj Ali played the dual role of Ahmed Kamal and Shobi and made the transformations exciting and fun to watch. His voice transitions and expressions were totally at par with the demands of the role, and he made ‘Love Siyappa’ an enjoyable telefilm to tune to. Whether it was romantic moments with Dua or it was those scenes in which he was feeling guilty for lying to Dua and her aunt, or it was those fun scenes with his friend, he nailed every expression. The versatile, handsome, and talented actor won our hearts in every scene, and we loved every bit of his acting in ‘Love Siyappa.’