After Sidharth Malhotra modern starrer Mission Majnu released its first legit trailer, lovers had been quick to point out the wrong portrayal of Muslims in Indian cinema. In a recent communique with Brut India, Sanam Saeed also shared her two cents on Bollywood’s addiction of stereotyping Muslims and highlighting them “because the enemy” in movies.
“Of course, we usually make fun of how Muslims are portrayed in Indian movies with the Kajal and namaz cap, and the inexperienced inside the lower back someplace. This is how we are proven that this is a Muslim person or it is a Muslim community. And this gets too political however they have constantly been highlighted because the enemy,” expressed the Cake big name.
She then opined that in actual lifestyles the relationships among Pakistani and Indian artists are pretty healthy. “I do not assume I’ve visible many projects wherein the two international locations are friends and taking part together, not like in truth where collaborations are occurring at every level.”
In the 3-minute clip, Saeed revealed she turned into upset while the Uri assault of 2016 resulted in Pakistani artists being banned from India. “We had been baffled, I suppose on the time it turned into a surprise. When the cross-border change changed into going on it changed into thrilling and about time, and it felt certainly exhilarating, releasing and subsequently complete that those two hubs of tradition and creativity and artwork had been participating for extra stuff. And whilst the ban took place all at once it changed into a chunk of a impolite awakening,” stated the Zindagi Gulzar Hai actor.
Despite the challenges, Saeed then went on to spotlight how artists from each international locations are still looking to collaborate. “Why mix artwork with culture and politics? It’s tragic but I think we all have now gotten over this. It is what it’s far. You cannot fight it. You can’t in reality do anything about it besides for stuff like this interview. Despite the ban, I assume all of us are nonetheless looking to make our manner and work around it.”
Upon being asked approximately Mahira Khan’s hesitation to megastar again in Indian films, Saeed emphasised how difficult the ban in India turned into for The Legend of Maula Jatt stars. She said, “At the time of the ban, Fawad and Mahira got the brunt of it, so I’m certain they may be apprehensive and scared because of how they had been treated. I absolutely recognize why Mahira would be nervous as it became a tough go out for them.”