Among the number of Pakistani entertainers who made their way to Indian world of entertainment is the very talented, Saba Qamar. Starring next to one of the finest actors in the world of entertainment, Irfan Khan and Saba Qamar will be sharing silver screen space in a comedy Indian film.
Hindi Medium will showcase social aspects and issues in a humorous way and will release in this year’s August.
In 2016, Saba Qamar gave an interview in Noor’s morning show, Good Morning Zindagy. While the ladies were seen in extremely joyous mood, Noor had a segment in her show where Saba was asked questions regarding Indian actors. In an hypothetical situation, Saba was told to say ‘No’ to the specific Indian actors and state her reasons for rejecting the hypothetical offer made by the Indian celebs.
Images of Salman Khan, Emraan Hashmi, Riteish Deshmukh, Ranbir Kapoor and Hritikh Roshan were shown to her. The interview took place when there was extreme amount of tension between the neighboring countries due to Uri Attacks.
In all fun and cherry mood, Saba called Salman Khan ‘chichora’ and denied working with Emraan Hashmi as she “doesn’t want to have mouth cancer.” She even called Hritikh Roshan “not my cup of tea” and commented on the low level of performance status Deshmukh has in India.
Here’s The Link To The Video
Indians did some digging and brought this video out, seeing how Saba is all set to make her debut in an India film. In order to address the situation, Saba recently said the following to clear the air:
“Good Morning Zindagi’ is a fun show where they ask you fun questions about Bollywood stars. Whatever I said about each of the actors was said just for fun at that moment. I love and respect the Indian film industry specially Salman Khan is such a huge star and so humble.”
While Saba might have cleared her stance (which we surely believe in), Indians are not ready to let go of what she said:
Sahi Baat Hai
Give This Guy The Best Essay Writing Award, Please?
Some People Made Sane Comments As Well
In all seriousness, we wish Saba all the best of luck for her upcoming film. Sure as hell she will hear a lot of crazy Indians when the film comes out.