Heeramandi’s Taha Shah Badussha on co-star Sharmin Segal getting trolled: She is strong and will get through it

The actor Taha Shah Badussha is currently enjoying a career highlight. His depiction of Tajdar Baloch in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s epic piece Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar has earned him widespread praise and recognition. Moreover, he recently attended the prestigious 77th Cannes Film Festival for the first time.

Taha Shah Badussha appeared recently in Heeramandi

Speaking about his sudden rise to prominence, Taha states, “These past few weeks have been an incredible ascent for me.” He expresses surprise and gratitude for the sudden surge in popularity, crediting years of hard work for this appreciation.

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Taha reflects on his unexpected status as the Nation’s Crush, noting the dramatic increase in social media engagement on his posts, which have escalated to hundreds of thousands of likes.

He attributes his rise in popularity to Bhansali’s guidance and the audience’s warm reception. Remaining humble, Taha hopes that every role he plays wins over the hearts of audiences globally.

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Recently, Taha’s colleague Sharmin Segal, who stars opposite him as Alamzeb in Heeramandi, has faced severe online criticism. Taha speaks out in her support, highlighting Sharmin’s strength and asserting her capability to overcome this challenging period. He acknowledges that while many have praised her performance, her current experience is part of an artist’s journey.

Taha, who has appeared in Luv Ka The End (2011), Gippi (2013), and Baar Baar Dekho (2016), shares his excitement about his first experience at Cannes. He describes Cannes as an exhilarating hub of creativity and envisages it as a place to forge significant international connections.

While some have teased him for his accent during the festival, Taha remains undisturbed. His diverse background has influenced his accent, and as an actor, he embraces transformation, hoping to continue evolving.

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