Mahira Khan who dazzles the audience every time she is on TV has now given her comeback to the small screen after years. She is currently playing ‘Mehreen Mansoor’ for Umera Ahmed’s penned drama Hum Kahan Ke Sacchay Thay for Hum TV. And now she will be seen in See Prime’s short film Prince Charming as ‘Sheherzade.’
Sheheryar Munawar’s directorial debut Prince Charming
Starring alongside Zahid Ahmed, Prince Charming is a directorial debut for Sheheryar Munawar. Sheheryar and Mahira also shared screen space in 7 Din Mohabbat In, Parey Hut Love, and Ho Mann Jahaan. However this time it’s Munawar as a director for the short film.
Mahira Khan praises Sheheryar Munawar for his directorial excellence!
Mahira took to her Instagram and praised Munawar for his creative and outstanding work for this short film direction, “As actors, we make ourselves vulnerable to our directors, to the audiences, to the world at large… but a lot of times we protect ourselves as well, by not fully tapping into memories or thoughts that are too dark for us to handle.” Moreover, she continues, “I know, I do that many times to protect myself.”
Furthermore, she says, “Sometimes though, you let your director tap into that vulnerable you. It’s scary but it’s also freeing. Sherry, I surrendered to your vision and I don’t regret it one bit. I am so so proud of you, as your friend and as your actor.”
Mahira shares the teaser of See Prime’s Prince Charming
Khan, on Wednesday shares a teaser of her upcoming short film Prince Charming which gave a dark hint to a ‘maybe’ charming story! Sheheryar Munawar
She captions it, “Just a tease-r, Prince Charming,” followed by a heart emoji. Meanwhile, Sheheryar posted the teaser with a caption, “She was promised her Prince Charming. She only wants what was promised – is that too much to ask? A look into the morning of Sheherzade, as she splits her time between her husband, her daughter, and her lover.”
The Mahira Khan and Zahid Ahmed-starrer short film Prince Charming will premiere on August 6 on YouTube on See Prime.
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