TV actor Farman Haider expresses strong take on ill effects of gambling, calls it ‘worst addiction’

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Actor Farman Haider, who currently plays the role of Samar in the TV show ‘Rakshabandhan…Rasal Apne Bhai Ki Dhaal’ talks about creating social awareness against gambling with the ongoing sequence in the show.

Farman Haider says: “Gambling has been around for a long time in almost all cultures and somehow people are still involved. Yet it remains controversial and our recent track revolves around it. In the show I lost everything, in fact my wife at the gambling. It is sad that even after gambling was banned for several periods, this did not stop people from gambling whether it was legal or illegal. It’s the worst addiction you can enjoy.”

“Losing money can become a serious problem. Gambling addiction can lead to huge financial losses, especially because gambling addicts are willing to go to great lengths to get money to keep gambling. They often take out large loans that they cannot repay and in some cases this can lead them to resort to crime. I’m glad I can create some social awareness with my role, says Farman Haider about the disadvantages of gambling.

Known for performing on shows like ‘Kasauti Zindagi Kay 2’ and ‘Namah Lakshmi Narayan’, the actor reveals how much he enjoys action scenes.

Farman Haider adds: “I have always enjoyed watching action movies. And I admired Salman Khan, Ajay Devgan and Akshay Kumar for their action performances. So I definitely enjoy the action scenes. I also often get injured. In a scene like that, everything has to be arranged very carefully, but it’s fun.”

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