Reflecting on the moment when the nurse handed him Shahroz after his birth, Behroze Sabzwari expressed his emotions, saying, "When I held him, what an incredible feeling it was," his voice brimming with nostalgia. "I remembered the elders' words - they used to say you can love your siblings' and others' children deeply, but when you hold your own child, it's an entirely different experience. And when that experience transcends to holding your child's child - God is truly great!"
When questioned about which moment he cherished more, Shahroz's birth or the birth of his grandchildren, Behroze chuckled and replied, "We were quite young when Shahroz was born. We had no clue. Then we realized the significance of children. And when Nooreh came into our lives...Oh my God...What could be a greater blessing than that?"
Sharing the guest seat with fellow actor Khaled Anum, Behroze also shed light on the immense effort involved in creating a television show. "Crafting a drama or series demands a tremendous amount of hard work," he began. "It's not a simple task. I must apologize to a particular channel and its panel of women who discuss dramas, some of whom are our friends. But who are they to dictate how it should be? It's unjust. They are aware of the toil that goes into it."
Khaled interjected, "If someone else were to say it, we might have taken offense, assuming they had no insight into the process. However, we are actively involved in the production; we understand the dedication required to earn our livelihood. For them to critique is akin to someone telling a host they aren't sitting correctly... You can imagine the tension."
Behroze added, "The labor involved is immense."
Behroze also shared thoughts on Nadia Khan, stating, "She was a prominent morning show host, but during her years on every morning show, she would often ridicule her guests." Nonetheless, both Khaled and Behroze praised Rubina Ashraf and Marina Khan for their contributions. Behroze concluded, "I don't believe it's justified to belittle your own colleagues, the very fraternity that has provided you with fame and fortune, nurtured you, and the channels that support you."