Humaima Malik is a beautiful and stunning Pakistani actress and model who has lately stepped in to Bollywood industry and her debut film “Raja Natwarlal” is about to hit the screen soon. On one side, where Indian media is busy praising the elegant beauty and charming face of Humaima, the Pakistani media is busy in criticizing her role in the film. The film is said to be a B-grade movie where Humaima is doing some objectionable kissing scenes with Emraan Hashmi, who is known as a master for lip lock scenes. Although Humaima is being applauded for her bold performance across the border, but it has greatly disappointed her fans in Pakistan.
Ever since, Humaima is promoting this film, she is media headlines for her one after another bold statements. First she said that she wants to follow suit of another Pakistani actress Veena Malik to be famous in Bollywood. She is so desperate to get fame that she is ready to follow a very controversial figure. Veena Malik has been greatly criticized for her nude photoshoot with ISI marked on an arm and a bomb in hand. She worked not but in only B-grade movies so far and being compared to Rakhi Sawant for her bold appearance. Humaima’s comments to follow Veena have let down her fans a lot.
Humaima Malik’s shameful act While Interviewing In Comedy Nights
That is not only the film songs and lip lock scenes that have upset Humaima’s fans, but it is also the bold statements she has been giving ever since the promotion of the the movie has started. In her latest interview with Emraan Hashmi in Kapil Sharma’s show Comedy Nights, she stated that she loves to romance with the camera but after the film, she wants to romance with only Emraan Hashmi. She seemed very comfortable with all bold questions and was holding Emraan closer to her to prove that she means business in this glamorous industry. She did not once ask the host to stop embarrassing her with such bold questions. Why would she do so because she seemed to enjoy open questions and hugging Hashmi while responding.
After signing the film with Emraan Hashmi, Humaima confidently said that she would not do anything to bring the respect of her country down but it appears that she forgot about all this the minute she started shooting. She said in another interview that she enjoyed shooting bold scenes and thought she performed them very well. She also believes that this film does not contain anything that will bring down her country’s name, and this is a film that whole family can sit together and watch. But people in Pakistan have great reservation for that.