Neelam Munir gets four Bollywood film offers

Actor currently busy reading one of the scripts

Our Correspondent July 09, 2015
Neelam says she isn’t bothered about her contemporaries in B-town. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: Pakistani television actor, Neelam Muneer, recently revealed that she has received four film offers from the Bollywood, reported the Roznama Express. She also said that she has received the script for one of the films and is currently in the process of reading it.

Elaborating further on her career choices, Neelam said that acting is not just a profession for her but it is also her passion which is why she only chooses the projects that appeal to her. Although she has received repeated offers to act in films in the past, she has not accepted any of them yet. “Bollywood is a major film industry and every actor has aspirations to succeed over there. My best wishes and prayers are with the local actors who are currently engaged in Bollywood.”

She added that for her the nature of the story and character were more important than the industry itself. Regarding whom would she like to star opposite in Bollywood, Neelam said, “I don’t have star phobia at all and I am not bothered about who is casted alongside me.”

In an earlier interview with Roznama Express, the actor had termed herself as ‘lucky’ considering how people are anticipating her film debut. “I consider myself lucky that people want to see me in films, but I don’t want to rush into making a decision, which I may regret later on,” she had said.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 10th,  2015.

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Gp65 | 7 years ago | Reply She has not named a single producer who has offered her a movie or named a movie which she has been offered, not seen her name in film announcements either. Yet she claims she has been offered 4 movies. Sure. Dreams are free.
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