Fawad Khan on BBC: Pakistani actor is on his way to becoming one of Bollywood’s biggest stars
Pakistani heartthrob Fawad Khan was recently interviewed on BBC.com by a popular host Haroon Rashid. “Pakistani actor (Fawad Khan) is on his way to becoming one of Bollywood’s biggest start,” the blurb of Fawad Khan’s interview on BBC.com claimed.
Pakistani actor Fawad Khan has appeared in several Pakistani dramas and film and then made his debut in India with “Khoobsurat” against Anil Kapoor’s daughter Sonam Kapoor. The actor earned several new face/debut act awards including IIFA, Filmfare and Masala. He is currently working against Alia Bhatt and Sidhart Malhotra in “Kapoor and Sons” with India’s biggest production house.
BBC Asian Network caught the actor in London ad the UK Medical Aid to Pakistan’s Annual Charity Gala.
”Everything is a gamble, every project that I attempt, even back in Pakistan is a gamble, and popularity is not something that’s going to stick with you for the rest of your life,” said Pakistani actor in his interview.
The actor was asked if he was treated discriminately in India. He took no time to deny it and said, “Not at all, not at all. A lot of us are brought up with these kinds of stigmas where there’s an enemy across the border but you’ll be surprised — Indians are coming over to Pakistan and Pakistanis are going over to India.”
“The hospitality is something to write about. It’s amazing. You feel at home” he added.
Watch Fawad Khan’s interview on BBC Asian Network below: