India has currently deprived of its duo legendary stars, Irfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor. The losing stars have fans and enthusiasts in Pakistan too and would miss them Always. Fans are also from Entertainment Fraternity. Saba Qamar Anticipates for things to be Improved Between India and Pakistan.
Pakistan’s superstar Saba Qamar’s debut movie Hindi Medium was with late Irfan Khan and recently she optimized the relationship of duo neighbouring countries. Saba Qamar expressed her sadness and memorized with twinkling eyes the time spent on set with Irfan Khan.
Speaking to Hindustan Times, only days after the death of the superb actor, Saba opened up
“I’m devastated. I’ve learned a lot from Irrfan. Working with him was nothing less than a fan moment for me throughout. As an actor, I believe that acting is behaving truthfully under imaginary circumstances. And I saw that in him. There was never a dull moment when he was around. We used to crack jokes with each other all the time. He always used to make me learn new things and give pro tips on life. When I entered the room where he was sitting, he started singing the song Badan pe sitaraey… for me. I’ll always cherish the entire time I’ve spent with him.”
Saba Qamar Anticipates for things to be Improved Between India and Pakistan
“I believe that acting is a form of blended art that shouldn’t be restricted to a particular type or even a country. It should be assorted in such a way that even we enjoy it and so do our fans and audiences. It is this assortment which I miss. I’d love to do more movies for my fans if I get any opportunity.”
The “Cheekh” star is anticipated for things will be soon better and Lockdown will be over SOON!
“It is the same for us all at the moment. I believe we are all in this together and we should use this time for self-reflection. We should learn not to hold grudges and be positive all the time because life is too short and unpredictable. I hope and pray that everything gets better soon.”
We hope the same for the two adjoining countries as Saba feels, as there is a need to embrace a predominant strategic stability regime and to shun aggressive security doctrines to reduce the possibility of a nuclear conflict.