The beautiful Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa in Dubai at the premiere of their Movie Load wedding

The beautiful Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa in Dubai at the premiere of their Movie Load weddingThe beautiful Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa in Dubai at the premiere of their Movie Load wedding

The beautiful Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa in Dubai at the premiere of their Movie Load wedding.Pakistani actors Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa, who visited the Gulf News office on Sunday

 afternoon before attending the release of their Load Wedding holiday launch in Dubai, say they were not thinking about their unofficial boycot

t in Bollywood.
Recently, a ban was established in India as a result of the escalation of violence in Kashmir administered by India by the military forces of India and Pakistan.

“I do not do it if the ban is pukka [solid] or not … But Pakistani cinema is evolving and we have different stories to tell, I watched that Shahid Kapoor movie [Batti Gul Meter Chalu] and they are copying our films … And that’s not bad, but I do not think we should have this debate, “Mustafa said in an interview at Gulf News headquarters.The beautiful Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa in Dubai at the premiere of their Movie Load wedding

Hayat intervenes stating that Kapoor’s next release, Batti Gul, is “inspired” by Actor In Law, the Pakistani blockbuster of 2017 that featured Mustafa in the lead role and was directed by Load Wedding’s director, Nabeel Qureshi.
Gulf News could not independently verify their claims. But Hayat, who plays the village of Punjabi Belle Meeru in Load Wedding, says the focus should be on the big picture.

Pakistani stars Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa on banning artists
The actors of ‘Load Wedding’ visit Gulf News and talk about their new romantic comedy and their version of India’s unofficial ban on them.

Image credit: Clint Egbert / Gulf News
Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa in the Gulf News office.
Posted: 3:33 PM August 19, 2018 Tabloid
Manjusha Radhakrishnan, chief reporter

Pakistani actors Mehwish Hayat and Fahad Mustafa, who visited the Gulf News office on Sunday afternoon before attending the release of their Load Wedding holiday launch in Dubai, say they were not thinking about their unofficial boycott in Bollywood.
Recently, a ban was established in India as a result of the escalation of violence in Kashmir administered by India by the military forces of India and Pakistan.

“I do not do it if the ban is pukka [solid] or not … But Pakistani cinema is evolving and we have different stories to tell, I watched that Shahid Kapoor movie [Batti Gul Meter Chalu] and they are copying our films … And that’s not bad, but I do not think we should have this debate, “Mustafa said in an interview at Gulf News headquarters.

Look: Pakistani actors Mehwish Hayat, Fahad Mustafa are on Gulf News to promote their latest movie Load Wedding.Hayat intervenes stating that Kapoor’s next release, Batti Gul, is “inspired” by Actor In Law, the Pakistani blockbuster of 2017 that featured Mustafa in the lead role and was directed by Load Wedding’s director, Nabeel Qureshi.
Gulf News could not independently verify their claims. But Hayat, who plays the village of Punjabi Belle Meeru in Load Wedding, says the focus should be on the big picture.

But we should focus on our own industry.” They [Bollywood] are really great … We can not show their movies when they do not show our films. It has to be mutual and then we can talk about friendships. First, we need to build ourselves to be able to compete with films from the rest of the world and not just from Bollywood, “said Hayat.
Both actors, who star in the satire, believe that their latest film will help them strengthen the growing film industry in Pakistan.

Load Wedding has a different style of vibration. It is a well-made film that will define Pakistani cinema in a new way. This is our best work to date, “said Mustafa, who plays Raja, a Punjabi simpleton, in the context of the wedding culture in Pakistan and the pressures families face to make a sumptuous show.
Load Wedding is in the theaters of the UAE on August 23. Read the full interview in the Gulf News tabloid! soon.

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