That’s why we’re still in touch. “I’m still in touch with a lot of my friends there. But I am becoming immune to it as time goes by. 2017-07-02T20:51:18+00:00″>
Published:July 2, 2017 8:51 pm
Fawad Khan’s still from a new TVC. Fawad plays a young man Yusuf who has been working abroad for five years. Watch videoFawad Khan’s last appearance in Bollywood movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil left his fans in India asking for more. Fawad has been working on a few projects in Pakistan but nothing has been confirmed yet. They might hurt me. We even make plans to meet, to catch-up,” Fawad was quoted saying in the interview. Nothing’s really changed. Do you remember? I have no expectations from them, and that’s what I think has developed this camaraderie. Fawad might have been on a hiatus from the silver screen, but his latest Pakistani TVC is making us miss him more. Related News
Paresh Rawal would love to work in Pakistani films and serials as ‘our shows are boring’Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif to team up for Karan Johar’s next. Obviously, I’m not a man of steel in that people’s words don’t affect me. While his parents complain that he is not giving them much time, Fawad surprises them after he returns home and gives them the papers of the newly bought house. Earlier in an interview given to Dawn, Fawad said that he is still in touch with his Bollywood friends. The new TVC for a Pakistan-based property website is about a son giving his parents a surprise when he buys them a house. Even if I don’t work with them ever again, I’ll still always have love and regard for them, and I assume that’s how they feel as well. While it was just a commercial, Fawad’s acting raised it to yet another level. Is this the same film which originally starred Fawad Khan?Hindi Medium actor Saba Qamar had appeared on Indian TV with Fawad Khan. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd He was recently seen with Mahira Khan when the duo was captured while promoting Mahira’s upcoming project. The actor was to sign Karan Johar’s next when the audience’s hopes were dashed by India-Pakistan relations going sour.