Chose to work in Pakistan over Bollywood: Fahad Mustafa

Is Fawad Mustafa taking the Hamza Ali Abbasi and Shaan route?

Entertainment Desk September 17, 2015

Like many other Pakistani artists, Fahad Mustafa has also managed to make waves across the border but, interestingly, he has declined to work in Bollywood.

While stuck in a traffic jam, the Na Maloom Afraad actor decided to make good use of his time; he took to Twitter to initiate a quick 15-minute interactive session with all his fans.

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Excited fans were quick to respond and started shooting questions at the actor, but what caught our attention was one who asked him about his trip to India.

He tweeted: "I was offered a movie but I made a choice, had better offers here :)".

Prior to the live chat, Fahad informed his fans that after the release of his upcoming film Mah-e-Meer, they will get to see him in two more films in the coming year:

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Last seen in drama serial Dusri Bivi, the actor is currently busy hosting a popular TV game show. He revealed that he is busy in productions and films which is why he has been missing in action from drama serials:

His upcoming film Mah-e-Meer is based on the life and work of poet Mir Taqi Mir and follows the struggle of a contemporary poet and how his own journey parallels that of the legendary poet.

Read: Did you know?: Mah-e-Meer a film inspired by Mir unveiled

The film also starring Sanam Saeed, Iman Ali, Manzar Sehbai, Alyy Khan is slated to release in November this year.

Here are few other interesting answers the actor gave:

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Parvez | 5 years ago | Reply Sensible guy and I like to watch him .......... he'd rather be a big fish in a small pond, than a small fish in a big pond.......yup, makes sense.
Ali | 5 years ago | Reply He only meant that the project offered here was better. Don't bring India/Pakistan in between. He didn't intend any hatred.
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