In a recent interview with former supermodel and current businesswoman Frieha Altaf for her podcast “FWhy,” Faysal Quraishi addressed in-depth about his hesitations about playing leading roles in Bollywood films and the reasons he kept a distance from the field that many of his contemporaries had previously entered.
Quraishi’s response when asked if he had ever worked on a Bollywood project was, “We don’t get along there.
I speak my mind, which frequently enrages my Indian admirers as well, but what can one do?
At this moment, he reasoned, “You have to abuse Pakistan if you want a hit Bollywood film.”
“Open Netflix, pick out any Indian serial or film,” the ‘Hook’ actor said. “Recently, everyone from Pakistan was supporting Shahrukh Khan Saab’s film, and in the end, he did the same thing.
Make Pakistan, the ISI, and your reputation in your home nation look terrible. Both hearing and seeing it hurt. We’re discussing harmony
When Bilawal Bhutto Zardari left, [the same thing happened] even today. Show me one instance where we handled a visitor from Hindustan in such a manner. We declare, “No, they are in our home,” while opening our hearts. “Let it be” He inquired, “What sort of stuff are they saying there?
In terms of his professional life, Faysal Quraishi most recently appeared with Kinza Hashmi and Shahroz Sabzwari in the drama series “Hook.”