Mishi Khan clarifies cause behind plastic surgery1,608 views
Plastic surgery and changing physical appearances is very common in the entertainment industry. Eminent Pakistan actress Mishi Khan has done it a number of times; from getting what she calls size zero to coming back to her regular size and even occasional nips and tucks. The experienced actor feels no shame in owning up to the quite fundamental alterations that she had to admit, in a quest to remain evergreen.
The actor-host was revealing in an interview and stated, “I think it is our responsibility to maintain our looks. People follow us and we do not realize how many women are influenced by our actions.” Khan thinks that it is her responsibility to demonstrate her fans that even following all these years, she did not drop her charisma.
Azfar Rizvi’s Janaan is a debut of Khan in the new-age Pakistani cinema which has manifest Khan’s come back to the silver screen. Whereas she was away from the acting scene for a long time, she persisted that the movie is not her reappearance. “I didn’t go anywhere in the first place. I just wasn’t appearing in serials and plays for the past 3 years. I don’t take fame seriously because one day it’s there, the other day it is not,”
Contemporarily she is hosting a morning show called Sahar Mishi Ke Saath and hosting is where her factual calling lies and therefore, Khan does not mind losing out on other things. She explained, “I can’t commit to other projects but this is important because it allows me to connect to people in a real way.”
Sahar Mishi Ke Saath was the platform which introduced her to the Janaan team, three years before, when they had come into view on her show to endorse their movie Siyaah. Khan told, “Imran Kazmi later called me and asked me to be a part of Janaan.” The actor who has appeared in movies like Abhi Nahi Toh Kabhi Nahi and Nikah back in the 1990s, the offer was alluring. She added “I really liked my Janaan character so I decided to do it. A modern approach and state-of-the-art equipment further enhanced the film’s appeal,”