After seeing him performing in variety of characters, this time Fahad Musafa is going to make his debut in Bollywood.
This time the actor has managed to convince producers across the border of his talent and will be providing Indian audiences a taste of what he exhibited in his debut Pakistani film, Na Maloom Afraad.
Talking to media, the actor said that he will soon be heading to India for making his Bollywood debut.
“I am currently working on Mah-e-Meer and will be going to India for another film. It will start shooting in the last quarter of this year, probably around September or October. It will be releasing more details very soon,” he said.
Fahad Mustafa, having massive fan following after his frequent TV career, will be seen playing the role of Urdu poet Meer Taqi Meer in Anjum Shehzad’s directorial debut.
Although it has been a speculation that his play Dossri Biwi would be Fahad’s last drama, the actor makes it clear by stating:
“I fail to understand why people are bidding me farewell. Yes, I will not be doing dramas for a while but it’s not like I am leaving the industry for good! I don’t have any dramas lined up for at least a year but if something good comes my way, I won’t mind doing it,” he said, expressing his delight at the hullabaloo.
“Let’s be realistic. I don’t want to be a drama actor for the rest of my life and I want to explore new avenues right now. But if nothing works out, then I will be acting in dramas too. I am producing some right now; I have only taken a break from acting in them,” he said.