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MEERA TOO PROUD OF BEAUTY, YOUTH
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Pakistani actress Meera who claims to have acted in more than 35 movies in her country has starred in India's top filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's 'Nazar' and Rajeev Babbar's 'Kasak' is very too proud of her beauty and youth. In a recent talk with a daily newspaper, Meera has declared herself to be prettier and younger than India's top actresses - Rani Mukherjee and Preity Zinta. "I possess a nicer face and am more photogenic." Amazingly, she complains against Bollywood for the latter's treatment towards her in spite of being noted filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's favorite actress. She will soon be seen in another Bhatt camp movie titled 'Akelapan' in a prominent role. It is wondered if she will be able to win more friends in India in the wake of her criticism of Bollywood. But, the Pakistani actress is in a fighting mood and is confident of turning out the top most actress of Bollywood. In this context, she says she is only 24 whereas Indian actresses are by and large 30 years old. So, she has more scope than her Indian contemporary actresses to show her talent in the times to come.
Regarding the controversy over 'Rocking Meera', she says that she would not allow any director to make a movie on her life. However, she would welcome if Mahesh Bhatt attempts a movie on her life. In any case, Javed Sidiqui is writing a script for a movie on her life, and Meera wishes to rope in Emraan Hashmi, Abhishek Bachchan and Ashmit Patel for the main roles.
Meera denies that she had 'fled' from Bollywood. She asserts that she had gone to London for shooting of Lux ad and then to Australia. She has been to Pakistan too for shooting of Iqbal Kashmiri's 'Chandramukhi'. She adds that she will soon be busy in Bollywood movies like Nerraj Sahai's 'Simran' and a Feroz Khan's much coveted 'Qurbani'. However, her country has warned her against acting in Feroz Khan's 'Qurbani', presumably because of a tiff between Feroz Khan and Pak authorities during the former's recent visit to Pakistan for releasing Indian movies like 'Akbar Khan's 'Taj Mahal' and K.Asif's 'Mughal-E-Azam' in its color version . However, Akbar Khan, maker of 'Taj Mahal' who recently released it in Pakistan as a special case, may persuade Pak authorities to allow her to work with Feroz in 'Qurbani', she feels.