Published: Mon, July 01, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Dangal star Zaira Wasim announces she's quitting Bollywood

Dangal star Zaira Wasim announces she's quitting Bollywood

"All I will do is wish her well & hope that what ever she does makes her happy". "Therefore, today I arrive at this well-grounded decision and I officially declare my disassociation with this field". When Mufti, who was at the time facing massive protests, shared a picture of her with Wasim and called her a "real role model", she was trolled, abused and cursed on social media in the Valley.

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Peopel should stop lashing out at Zaira Wasim and try and understand her inner conflicts, what is a kid supposed to do if a religion forbids you from singing, dancing, imitating or depicting life? She also wrote that she was filled with doubt and error- a form of disease mentioned in the Quran. We just said that we would definitely like to know what has happened. "May Allah bless us and guide us". "This was unexpected, but at the end of the day, it is her life and she has the right to lead it the way she [deems fit]", Nitesh revealed in a conversation with mid-day. Blamed the turbulence for it. However, actress Tanushree Dutta has released a statement supporting Zaira for her decision. She said that though she fitted in, she did not feel that she totally belonged her. Zaira, also wrote that working as an actress went against her "imaan" and she did not feel that sense of stability. However, some people on Twitter began to victim blame Zaira, saying that it was a "fake drama" that was being used for 'attention'. She chose to take this drastic decision of leaving acting because it is interfering with her religion. "It has nearly been four and a half years since I've been diagnosed with depression and anxiety and today I'm finally ready to understand my illness and embrace the version of myself which I've always wanted to accept, without being ashamed and embarrassed and having the fear of being judged for it", she wrote. She was then seen in "Secret Superstar" in 2017 which also ranks among the highest-grossing Indian films. She's completed filming an upcoming movie already; The Sky Is Pink is based on a true story in which Wasim stars as Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar's daughter and plays Aisha Chaudhary who was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis.

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