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Left Bollywood after 5 year- Zaira Wasim, Dangal Girl

Left Bollywood after 5 year- Zaira Wasim, Dangal Girl

Zaira Wasim, a winning national actor, declared her disconnection from Bollywood because she wasn’t satisfied with its functioning since it had clashed with her religion and belief.

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Left Bollywood after 5 year- Zaira Wasim, Dangal Girl

The Kashmiri native and movie “Dangal,” a fame star, says she realized that, “Although I can fit perfectly in Bollywood I’m not meant for it. She initially posted this statement in a full article via the Facebook page, later she posted it all over social media.

Left Bollywood after 5 year- Zaira Wasim, Dangal Girl

Decisions I made five years ago changed my entire career and life. When I stepped up in Bollywood, it opened doors that opened up a great deal of exposure to me. I started to catch eyes and gained public attention; I was portrayed as a symbol of achievement and hence was acknowledged as the role model to young people.

As per Wasim’s idea seen in the post, confessed that” I never try anything to become something or something that would set me apart majorly in case of failure and success, as she has just initiated to explore and understand it.

Left Bollywood after 5 year- Zaira Wasim, Dangal Girl

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Even after completing her career for 5 years, the 18-year old actor said she “would like to admit that I am not very pleased about this role, i.e., my job line.”

It seems like I’ve been striving to become someone extremely unknown.  After starting to understand, effort and desire, and attempted to take on a new way of life, only did I realize that I don’t reside here, even though I fit perfectly.

Left Bollywood after 5 year- Zaira Wasim, Dangal Girl

The way it led me was full of ignorance because I couldn’t recognize that time that gradually I’m moving away from my Imaan (faith). But there isn’t any denying that the same path was full of love and recognition. The only thing that I wasn’t with is that it kind of brings differences between me and my Imaan and Allah, she said.

Juggling with my mind and heart and convincing myself that whatever I did is all right and isn’t going to torture me for long, forgetting that this led to the disappearing of all the Barakah (Blessings), said Wasim.

There was a consistent fight between my thoughts and gut feeling to continue fixing the unwanted circumstance and keep going on with the Imaan (Faith), but what actually happened wasn’t surprising for me, as I failed, again and again, multiple times.

Continuous thinking and torturing me with the idea those things I have been into isn’t bringing me the desired peace and isn’t leading me the correct way. Later, I thought this will end soon with time. This way I neglected myself and followed the road which produced obstacles in my path and IMAAN plus my bond with Allah, she said.

 

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