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Parineeti expresses her desire to work with Fawad Khan

(Web Desk) – Famed Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra has expressed her desire to work with heartthrob Pakistani actor Fawad Khan.

In a recent interview, Parineeti Chopra expressed her wish to work with Ali Zafar again after ‘Kill Dil’ and with Fawad Khan as well and said that “He would be a great hero in our industry, I feel. He is so loved.”

She also expressed her dismay over banning of Pakistani actors in India.

Parineeti Chopra along with her co-star Arjun Kapoor has been going around for promotion of her latest film ‘Namaste England’. During these promotional events, Namaste England actors also talked about certain issues about the ban on Pakistani artists.

Parineeti and Arjun were asked about the inclusion of song sung by Pakistani singers like Atif Aslam and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan in the film ‘Namaste England’ and how it is problematic for some people.

Arjun Kapoor clarified that both singers were apt choice for the soundtrack and this opportunity has not been taken away from anyone.

He said, “I don’t think the audience is ever going to judge a song based on the nationality of the singer. That is the beauty of India. We are an open-minded country.”

When Parineeti was asked about, how she feels regarding ban on Pakistani artists in India, she said that she had already worked with Ali Zafar in Kill Dill. She further explained that you will never know about Ali’s nationality unless he tells you about it himself. It is because we all are the same and were together before separation.

Parineeti added that “There s a fresh energy that comes in the team, they bring their own strengths. So I personally do not agree with this ban that has come.

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