Shoaib Ibrahim, who recently made a comeback to television with the new show ‘Ajooni’ where the viewers will get to see the actor in a rebellious role like never before. After fighting his own battles to during the lockdwn, the actor talks about his mental health and how he attempted through all of it and is back to acting.
Talking about his comeback to the television, the actor elaborates his journey during the pandemic and the significance of one’s mental health. The actor says, "Tolerance is the key to mental health. Another main part is to be content with what and where you are. Wants and wishes never end but how we choose to handle our brain is upon us."
Shoaib's father fell critically ill during the lockdown due to which his whole focus was on his family. He had even put a stop to taking up any work to spend time with his near and dear ones and now has managed to get back even stronger than before.
When asked about his journey through the time of lockdown, the actor opened up that he took this time to reflect and reel back. He further added that he had started a YouTube channel to document all the important times spent with his near and dear ones through the lockdown. He added saying, “Pandemic was hard on all of us. With my channel I just wanted to spread a little joy in hard times.”
The female lead of Ajooni is a girl who is very innocent and belongs to a middle-class family. Shoaib Ibrahim plays the role of Rajveer, who is a dashing Punjabi guy and a stubborn son. In such a situation, it will be wonderful to see what becomes apparent when the naive innocent Ajooni and the spoiled, brat Rajveer come face to face with each other.