Mahira Khan is Rumoured To Show Up in Malayalam Movie Empuraan
Mahira Khan is set to make her Malayalam debut with Empuraan, but the movie's directors have not yet addressed the rumours.
As per recent reports, discussions are underway with Pakistani actress Mahira Khan to feature in the highly-anticipated Malayalam movie, Empuraan. Following the relaxation of the ban on Pakistani artists by the Bombay High Court, Mahira is reportedly contemplating a pivotal role in the sequel to the blockbuster film Lucifer, alongside Malayalam superstar Mohanlal.
The head of L2: Empuraan, Director Prithviraj Sukumaran, has yet to formally address the speculations that have been going around regarding Mahira’s possible role in the project. But since Prithviraj and his wife Supriya Menon are so close, and because Mahira and her husband Salim Karim are so close, there has been conjecture. Rumours were further stoked by a widely shared group shot from a trip to the Maldives.
The famous person previously told a local network how much she loved Malayalam films and urged her friends and fans to get involved in the field. She expressed her ambition to work in the industry and complimented movies in Malayalam for their plot, acting, and film-making quality.
In the course of the conversation, the star went on to clarify that she was referring primarily to Malayalam films, not Tamil or Telugu ones. If the reports about Mahira’s upcoming Malayalam film debut are accurate, Empuraan, which is a prologue and successor to the hugely popular Lucifer, will be her first feature film.
As per reports, Empuraan, a Malayalam film, will have an ensemble cast including Mohanlal, Manju Warrier, Indrajith Sukumaran, Tovino Thomas, Sai Kumar, Baiju Santhosh, and Shivaji Guruvayoor. The film is co-produced by Aashirvad Cinemas and Lyca Productions and is expected to generate a lot of buzz due to Mahira’s possible entry into the Malayalam film industry.
The flourishing cultural exchange between Pakistan and India up until seven years ago maintained many people’s faith in the harmony-seeking nature of art. Artists have long supported friendly relations between surrounding countries, from Atif Aslam, who rose to stardom with his Bollywood assortment, to the great Naseeruddin Shah, who starred in the 2007 Shoaib Mansoor film Khuda Kay Liye.
The Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) banned Pakistani actors and professionals from working in India after the 2016 attack on the Indian army post in Uri. This move held Pakistan accountable for the incident and ended numerous fruitful collaborations.
Indian media stated that the Bombay High Court recently dismissed a plea that sought to prohibit Pakistani musicians from appearing or working in India.
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