“Relationship with my Religion was Threatened” – Zaira Wasim Quits Bollywood


Anyone who is a Bollywood movies fan would not be unaware of the blockbuster movie of Amir Khan, Dangal. Zaira Waseem is one of its supporting actors and also won the National Award for her supporting character in the movie. On Sunday 30th June, Zaira Waseem shocked her fans by her Instagram post of quitting Bollywood industry forever, as this field is damaging her “Imaan” and she felt like losing all the Barakat from her life.

Zaira Wasim said goodbye to the film industry and shows her thinking by writing in her post on her social media accounts. The 18 years old famous award-winning actor had done amazing roles and got so much success in such a short period. She has completed her 5 years in Bollywood industry in which she has done various projects but got famous from the movie Dangal.

In her details post, a Kashmir born actor explains her feelings that she doesn’t feel like belong to here and this work ended up her inner peace. She wrote, “I know what I am doing doesn’t feel right but assumed that I will put an end to this whenever the time feels right and I continued to put myself in a vulnerable position where it was always so easy to succumb to the environment that damaged my peace, imaan and my relationship with Allah.”

She has already completed the shooting of her film named “The Sky is Pink” which would be shown into the cinemas soon. In this film, she worked with Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Farhan Akhtar and this would be the last film of her life. The wrap up arty f this upcoming film held in Mumbai and Zaira was in there.

Zaira explains her inner situation and the discomforts deep inside even after having fame and money in her life. She said,  “I was constantly battling with my soul to reconcile my thoughts and instincts to fix a static picture of my imaan and I failed miserably, not just once but a hundred times…” she further wrote, “This is just my first step as I have arrived at the clarity of realization of the path I wish to be on and strive for and during this time I may have consciously or unconsciously planted a seed of temptation in the hearts of many, but my sincere advice to everyone is that no amount of success, fame, authority or wealth is worth trading or losing your peace or the light of your ‘imaan’ for,”.

Check out her complete long post and reasons she explained for quitting the industry. click here for details.

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