Mahira Khan, a fan and critic favourite, is a talented dynamo who has wowed audiences with her dynamic performances in the entertainment sector.
Continuing her successful streak, the Humsafar star recently sat down for an interview with the BBC and discussed her career’s next ten years.
In discussing her upcoming projects, the 37-year-old actress revealed that she feels “cursed” when it comes to films that take an eternity to release.
“I swear I’ve been cursed. Every video I make feels like it’s heading for the Bermuda Triangle… “Where are they?” I wonder. Remarked Sadqay Tumhare actor.
“Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay was one of those instances where I was like, I’m simply going to go back to work since movies weren’t happening.” But you’re correct, I’m truly longing, as I told you, to see all of us on the big”
“So, Quaid e Azam Zindabad would be released on Bakra Eid, next Eid. And you’ll have to ask Mr [Fawad] Khan, the producer, Neelofar. “And let’s not even get started on Maula Jatt,” Khan revealed.
Mahira continues to rule the hearts of the audience even after a year. “I look back warmly,” she stated, reflecting on her enormous love and career. I consider myself fortunate since I’ve had the opportunity to work with folks I never imagined working with. I didn’t recognize any names, people, or actors.”
View this post on Instagram
On the work front, Mahira Khan is gearing up for the release of her upcoming film Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad opposite Fahad Mustafa.