There's no doubt about the fact that Sonya Hussyn has proven she's a versatile actor. From Moor to Aisi Hai Tanhai, she's done some memorable performances particularly focusing on highlighting social issues.
Her next with Big Bang Productions will be a drama that will highlight the aftermath of sexual harassment and rape; the story starts with Sonya Hussyn's character, a simple girl who witnesses under-aged girls being raped and murdered and the culprits walking away scot-free.
She takes it upon herself to fight for justice for these girls and the project focuses on the theme of strength in numbers, what a united nation can do if they stand together against such heinous crimes.
"This role is very close to my heart as a woman myself. I've witnessed a lot of women subjected to harassment at the hands of men at every stage of my life. I want to do my part in making a difference in society so that women can move freely without the fear of being assaulted and harassed and then being blamed for it," shared the actress.
"Mothers, daughters, sisters and wives are the backbones of our community and giving them respect and protection should be an obligation instead of violating them mentally and physically. I want the law and order in the country to be so strong that criminals fear the punishment for such heinous crimes," she added.
"I’m blessed that I'm being offered projects that are not only up my alley and give me room to perform but actually help me become part of a revolution."
Hussyn will play the lead and the cast also includes Mohsin Abbas, Sania Saeed, Faris Shafi, Sajid Hasan, Tariq Jameel among others.
The yet to be titled project releases after Eid on ARY Digital.