Monday 27 November 2017

No one can just become ‘Meera’, it takes years of struggle: Meera

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LAHORE: Renowned Lollywood actor Meera revealed that she will soon be among the top heroines of Pakistan. She said that she’s working on bigger projects now and a Karachi-based film director has cast her in a film which will serve as a breakthrough for her career. She also added that all the female actors now are trying to be like her, making her their ideal.

Meera started working in showbiz about a decade ago. However, she has been inactive due to marriage-related court cases. The actor had filed a lawsuit seeking orders to restrain her self-proclaimed husband from calling her his wife. She stated that it took nine years for the court to finally issue a verdict in her case of jactitation of marriage.

“I never said I was leaving the film industry. I was doing other projects and also worked in Bollywood films as the industry here was in crisis at that time. I always give priority to quality work and I’ve been lucky with what I’ve done so far. I am now very excited to begin shooting for my next film in Karachi,” the Salakhain actor told The Express Tribune. She is very enthusiastic to about rebooting her film career which is why she recently made a guest appearance in a Lahore based film too.

When questioned on her favourite director in the industry right now, Meera replied, “There are many talented people in the film business and I really admire Ho Mann Jahaan’s director Asim Raza. His work has been very impressive and I feel that he is amongst the best directors in Lollywood right now. It will be an honour for me to work with him.” She further added, “I am hopeful that with new people entering Pakistani cinema, the industry will flourish and be known to the rest of the world.”

The actor continued, “I’ve earned fame only on the basis of hard work and talent. I advise all girls in the industry to be a 100% dedicated to working hard. No one can become ‘Meera’ after starring in a few movies, it takes years of struggle.” “I made a good name for myself and did all sorts of roles, both in Urdu and Punjabi films. I don’t believe there is any competition for me in Lollywood. I don’t compare myself with other actors because I like to focus on positivity, honesty and commitment,” explained Meera.

When asked about the kind of films she wants to do now, Meera quoted, “Currently, I feel that I should do a comedy movie. I want to impress my fans with my acting skills once again and I think doing a comedy flick will help me accomplish that.” Civil court issues arrest warrants for Meera She also claimed, “I think everyone experiences hardships and difficulties but that does not mean that one should give up. I didn’t leave the industry during difficult times, like many others did, and I think that makes me a very strong woman.” With all the rumours and ups-and-downs, Meera has managed to stand her ground and we wish her nothing but the best for her upcoming projects.


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