Between Ramsha Khan and Sajal Ali, here's who Kubra Khan wants essaying her in a biopic

Actor's response was swift and resolute

Entertainment Desk April 13, 2024

During a recent instalment of Vasay Chaudhry's popular talk show Gup Shab, the spotlight turned to actor Kubra Khan, who made waves with her candid revelations. In a moment that grabbed headlines, Kubra disclosed her choice for the hypothetical portrayal of her life on the silver screen. 

When the host posed the question, giving Kubra a choice between Ramsha Khan and Sajal Ali as potential candidates to embody her persona, Kubra's response was swift and resolute. With a smile playing on her lips, she selected Sajal for the role.

Previously, Kubra found herself at the centre of marriage speculations following a humourous exchange with host Fahad Mustafa. Kubra, who had assumed the role of captain for Team Islamabad in the Jeeto Pakistan League, received Fahad's tongue-in-cheek blessings during a lively segment of the show, triggering a wave of social media frenzy.

In a circulating clip from the game show, Fahad playfully suggested Kubra's imminent nuptials, hinting at the recent marriages of Pakistani celebrities Ushna Shah, Sana Javed and cricketer Shoaib Malik, all of which occurred after their involvement in the show. Responding to the actor’s laugh after he asked her when would she tie the knot, Fahad quipped, “Now that you’ve come here, it will happen. We give you our (blessings), baba will make it happen,” in a reference to his perceived role in connecting Sana Javed and Shoaib Malik.

Marriage, however, does not seem to be headlining Kubra’s list of priorities currently. In February, the actor sat down for a candid chat with host Yasir Hussain on her romantic prospects. When asked if she believes in true love, she replied by quoting a dialogue from her drama Alif where Sajal’s character tells someone, “It’s unbelievable that you have never been in love” and is met with a cynical response, “I have, this is why I don’t believe in it.” The actor’s pragmatism extends to her thoughts about marriage. “I have stopped planning things in life. I planned once, it didn’t work out. I’m not gonna plan again. Whenever Allah wants it, it will happen.”

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