Published On: Tue, Jul 26th, 2016

Ali Zafar returns to Bollywood after a long time



The Pakistani heartthrob Ali Zafar vanished away after his last movie Kill Dil in 2014, now he has returned to Bollywood with Dear Zindagi, which is a Gauri Shinde film where he is performing a love interest to Alia Bhatt.

Ali clarifies his disappearance from Bollywood in an interview.

Ali revealed that missed his family whereas working in Bollywood. He told that “I spent almost five years here shooting movies and performing much work. And to be frank, I was far away from family and saw my son growing up on Skype. He’s around five years old now and my daughter is a little over a year old. I was missing out on the important moments and I felt that I required giving much time back home.”

Work has to be done in Pakistan. He added “Later than the Peshawar assaults, we had vows to construct as numerous schools as the number of kids that had died, so we have made almost 40.”

He continued by saying that “I have learnt that the industry works and functions at a particular speed. And I have my own speed to perform things. I don’t want to go on a signing bender and sign ventures. And I opt single venture a year, so I can perform that and everything else I desire to do.”

He wishes to experience new things. As he added “I had performed the chocolate-boy and I desired to try diverse things. I did Kill Dil for the reason of that. It didn’t work out at that level. But the characters that I had been searching ahead to would be characters which are not only well-groomed but something edgy, cool, cut-through, something crazy, diverse and something challenging that sort of stuff.”

He is optimistic for performing a homosexual role, only if it’s a good one. “If I play gay, it would just rely on what sort of character it is and the offer. I haven’t thought of it at all, for the reason that I haven’t been made any bid of that type.”

He perhaps working on something with Sultan’s Ali Abbas Zafar. He continued “He is a good guy and there is something that we are talking, which I clearly can’t disclose yet.”

He is contented for Fawad Khan’s triumph. He said “It delighted me for a great cause: since the time I enter, I didn’t think of myself only. I thought that I was only an individual. There will be numerous similar to me who get this substitute of artists amid our two countries onward. And I think much pleased and cheerful that somebody like Fawad is much appreciated here. I wish further artists approach and get that much love and vice-versa.”


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Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.