A debut film is a major ordeal for a performer, yet Momal Sheik hasn’t yet possessed the capacity to watch her Bollywood leap forward on the big screen in Pakistan.
Discharged in India on August 19, ‘Happy Bhag Jayeg’i has been held from being discharged in Pakistan by the censor boards.
“At present, we can’t say anything in regards to not discharging the film,” says a source in the censor board. “There are a few limitations in everything and we should work inside them. At this moment we are additionally anticipating a choice.”
Momal Sheik, who is playing a supporting part in the film, is clearly angry with the postponement.
The performing artist disappointingly said, “A choice is as yet pending, so I’m simply sitting tight for their reaction. It was a major day for me with a ton of blended emotions; I’m energized yet anxious as it is my [Bollywood] debut film. I more often than not don’t gripe nor do I [harbour]any negative [feelings]yet this episode has truly disturbed me.”
Momal included that she doesn’t think there were any frightful components in the film. “I’ve yet to watch the entire motion picture myself, so I’m by and by not in any case mindful of half of the scenes,” says Momal, “however from what I’ve seen and accumulated, they have certainly demonstrated a positive side of Pakistan, where they are chipping away at helping Indian ladies.”
Still, Momal is sure and trusts her fans in Pakistan will get the opportunity to see ‘Happy Bhag Jayegi’ soon. “We, here, are sitting tight restlessly for the motion picture to discharge and are trusting it brings a beneficial outcome on our media and nation. I am anticipating watching it in our own one of a kind nearby Pakistani films with the same level of energy and certainty,” says Momal.
As per most recent reports, the film has been banned for including a picture of Mohammed Ali Jinnah and the character of a Pakistani policeman.
Momal plays the part of Zoya, a solid willed young lady who is a business person of a fashion house. The film likewise stars her dad Javed Sheik and Bollywood performing artists Diana Penty, Abhay Deol, Jimmy Shergil and Ali Fazal.