MCU is the place of fun, thrill, fantasy and heroic fight and rescue. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakistani teenage girl also known as Ms. Marvel. However, the character has the edge on the Marvel superheroes of having a comic series of her name. So, Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel is the first Muslim Superhero to join Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
News Broke at Disney’s D23 Expo
The character is created by Sana Amanat and Stephen Wacker. Artists like Adrian Alphona and Jamie McKelvie built Kamal Khan into the character. It is exposed at Disney that a Muslim lead role is about to hit Tv shows soon. So, If you are an MCU freak then your instinctual curiosities are concerning to tranquil.
Pakistani Parents are ready to be the part of MCU
Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel is the first Muslim Superhero to join Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)
Adventures of Kamala Khan or Ms. Marvel belongs to Pakistani parents with Muslim distinctiveness and conviction. Kamala Khan’s family moved from Karachi to America. So, the Readers and viewers will likely get a chance to get a glimpse of Pakistani domestic culture in the geographical boundaries of the US.
Inhuman Abilities of Kamala Khan
Ms. Marvel’s superheroic powers resemble Ant-Man in MCU. Her actual life at home is entirely conflicting with her superhero image. She is awkwardly nervous in her daily life because her parents demonstrate Asian protection to her. She is a nerdy introvert teen same like Peter Parker of Spiderman. Powers of Kamala Khan are stated below
- Physical supersizing
Indian Actress Priyanka Chopra is already Associated with Kamala Khan
As she enunciated Kamala Khan in a mobile game. That’s why fans want her to play the role of Kamala Khan in the MCU. She was giving her voice for the last two years and developed an association with the character. Later she tweeted
‘I’m her voice and she’s my alter ego in Marvel Avengers Academy!’
— PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) February 5, 2016
Ms. Marvel Co-Creator Worries that Power won’t Work in Live-Action
Since her powers are real comic book stuff, so people still love to read and visualize Ms. Marvel. But, it wouldn’t be easy to adopt her accordingly in the live-action series.