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Malala Yousafzai thanks Marvel for representation in ‘Ms. Marvel’

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Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai opened up about her feelings for Marvel’s new mini-series Ms. Marvel, saying she can ‘relate’ to the show as it depicts Imaan Vellani as an American-Pakistani superhero from an Immigrant Muslim family.

The show presents MCU’s first Muslim superhero, and revolves around Kamala Khan, a New Jersey teen who is a major fan of Captain Marvel.

Malala, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, posted a special note for the show on her Instagram story that read: “It is not every day that I turn on the TV and find a character that eats the same foods, listens to the same music, or uses the same Urdu phrases as me.”

Thanking the creators of the show, the Malala continued, “What a joy to see Ms. Marvel reflect the lives of a Pakistani immigrant family and reveal a young superhero whose powers connect to her heritage. Thank you, Marvel and Disney+, and most importantly, Ms. Marvel.”

Marvel also reposted Malala’s note on their official handle as a show of appreciation.

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A glimpse of Sania Mirza’s relaxed moments

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After a hiatus following her most recent Hajj trip, former Indian tennis sensation Sania Mirza returned to Instagram.

The 37-year-old has a large global fan base, and those followers are quite curious to discover what daily errands Mirza runs.

Though she had been away from social media on her trip to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj last month, it had been a while since she had disclosed specifics about her time spent with friends and family.

Mirza was pictured chilling out with family and friends in her most recent Instagram image.

With a caption that read “Unrolling the B-roll,” the athlete shared images of herself, her gorgeous kid, Izhaan Mirza Malik, and pals, along with a few inane but artistically pleasing shots that showcased the star’s passion for the arts.

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Is Sajal Aly returning to Bollywood alongside Prabhas?

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Indian entertainment sources have revealed that Sajal Aly is all ready to make her Bollywood comeback with the historical drama “Fauji.” She may appear on film alongside Prabhas, who stars in “Baahubali,” according to reports.

The information states that “Fauji” would be directed by “Sita Ramam” filmmaker Hanu Raghavapudi, who earlier disclosed that the film is a period action drama with a historical fiction setting. It is said that the “unique love story” is set against the “backdrop of war, taking place before India’s independence.”

Prabhas plays a British soldier in the film, which is supposed to also star Indian actor Mrunal Thakur. The “Sinf-e-Aahan” star was contacted by the filmmakers, who wanted to cast a pan-Asian female actor as the second heroine.

The project has the financial support of Mythri Movie Makers, and massive sets are being built in Hyderabad. September of this year is anticipated to see the release of the title.

A formal announcement about the casting specifics is anticipated in the interim.

It is noteworthy that Sajal Aly’s final Bollywood role was in the crime thriller “Mom” from Zee Studios, which costarred Sridevi, Adnan Siddiqui, Nawazudding Siddiqui, and Akshaye Khanna. Prior to the 2016 Uri attack, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) and the Film Producers Guild of India forbade Pakistani artists from performing in their nation. This strained relations between the two nations.Indian entertainment sources have revealed that Sajal Aly is all ready to make her Bollywood comeback with the historical drama “Fauji.” She may appear on film alongside Prabhas, who stars in “Baahubali,” according to reports.

The information states that “Fauji” would be directed by “Sita Ramam” filmmaker Hanu Raghavapudi, who earlier disclosed that the film is a period action drama with a historical fiction setting. It is said that the “unique love story” is set against the “backdrop of war, taking place before India’s independence.”

Prabhas plays a British soldier in the film, which is supposed to also star Indian actor Mrunal Thakur. The “Sinf-e-Aahan” star was contacted by the filmmakers, who wanted to cast a pan-Asian female actor as the second heroine.

The project has the financial support of Mythri Movie Makers, and massive sets are being built in Hyderabad. September of this year is anticipated to see the release of the title.

A formal announcement about the casting specifics is anticipated in the interim.

ThisIt is noteworthy that Sajal Aly’s final Bollywood role was in the crime thriller “Mom” from Zed Studios, which costarred Sridevi, Adnan Siddiqui, Nawazudding Siddiqui, and Akshaye Khanna. Prior to the 2016 Uri attack, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) and the Film Producers Guild of India forbade Pakistani artists from performing in their nation. This strained relations between the two nations.

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Lahore dramatist Khalilur Rehman was abducted and robbed.

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Drama writer Amna Urooj claimed to be a great admirer and expressed interest in developing a drama in a letter to him, according to the drama writer’s lawsuit.

I was made to sit in a room when I got to the address the woman gave me. My cell phone, cash, ATM card, and other items were taken away by unidentified armed individuals who broke into my room after a while, according to Khalil ur Rehman Qamar’s police report.

As to his police report, he was blindfolded and brought to an unidentified place where the suspects asked for an extra Rs 1 million to free him. If they didn’t get their demand, they threw him at the unidentified place and got away.

Based on Qamar’s complaint, the police have opened a case including robbery and kidnapping.

The CIA police have been given charge of the inquiry, and the authorities have said that they are actively looking for the suspects and are optimistic that they will find them quickly.

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