There is no doubt that Mahira Khan is one of the biggest stars in the entertainment world today. With critically acclaimed performances in hit movies like Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay and Bol, as well as popular TV shows like Verna and Humsafar. She has won legions of fans with her stunning good looks and captivating acting talent, and she shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Despite her immense success, however, even Mahira Khan has had her share of setbacks. She recently opened up about two big screen projects that never made it to release: Neelofar and The Legend of Maula Jatt.
In an interview with BBC Asian Network earlier this month, Mahira explained that these films seem to have fallen victim to something she calls the “Bermuda Triangle” effect: they seem to simply disappear, with no explanation or confirmation as to whether they will ever be released.
Whether Mahira is starring in a big budget action flick or a small independent drama, there is no doubt that her fans can always count on her to give it her all and deliver the most compelling performance possible. So while it may be frustrating not to have concrete release dates for some of her upcoming projects, we know that Mahira will keep doing what she does best: shining brightly
She also noted that there is a lot of public pressure associated with being a celebrity, especially when it comes to one’s characters or projects, which often leads to some tough decisions about which roles to take on or which ventures to pursue. But Mahira isn’t letting this get her down; rather than focusing on these setbacks, Mahira said that she only takes on projects that she feels truly feed her soul, and she is always looking for new creative challenges. Mahira’s latest project, a telefilm titled Aik Hai Nigar, embodies everything that Mahira loves about working in film.
Looking back at the last year, Mahira Khan has a lot to celebrate. Not only has she been in the film and TV industry for over a decade, but she has also had some major successes in that time. Her hit drama series Humsafar and her blockbuster film Bol were both released ten years ago, and both projects were huge milestones for Khan. In reflecting on these achievements, Khan says that she looks back on them with fondness and gratitude.
She is particularly thankful to have had the opportunity to collaborate with such talented and renowned artists during her career. Whether it was working with big-name actors like Humayun Saeed or Kashif Mehmood, or working alongside groundbreaking directors like Haissam Hussain and Shoaib Mansoor, Khan feels incredibly fortunate to have been given these opportunities.
Looking ahead, Khan is determined to continue pushing boundaries and challenging expectations in the industry. Regardless of what comes her way next, she will continue to be grateful for all she has accomplished so far, knowing that she could not have done it without the support of her fans and all those who have helped shape her career along the way.
Khan also spoke about her career and her plans for the future. She has big plans for the next ten years, which include making movies and being able to direct them. Khan said that she wants to make a film that will be shown at Cannes and win a BAFTA. She also hopes to earn a duet with Grammy winner Arooj Aftab.