Zaira Wants Kashmiri Girls To Chase, Fulfill Their Dreams

Jammu—’Secret Superstar’-fame actress Zaira Waseem on Wednesday advocated for Kashmiri girls saying that they should be allowed to realise their dreams.

Zaira, who belongs to Jammu and Kashmir, was in the town to promote her and Mr perfectionist Amir Khan-starrer ‘Secret Superstar.

“Kashmiri girls should be allowed to fulfill their dreams,” Zaira told reporters after visiting the Heritage School in Sainik colony.

Quoting the tagline of the film “Dream dekhna to basic hota hai”, she asserted that the girls in Kashmir have talent, which only need wings. “Girls must be given free hand and allowed to chase their dreams so can they excel in every field.”

The actress said if they want to come into acting, they can pursue their career into it.

“I am very happy to be in Jammu. I am always excited to come to Jammu. It is my request for all to watch my film ‘Secret Superstar’,” Zaira said.

Zaira is presently enrolled in this school in Class XI.

The actor said she visited Jammu last time to promote her debut film “Dangal”.

“Now my new film has been released and I am back here to promote it,” she said.

Asked about the stone pelting incidents in Kashmir, the “Dangal” star said, “What can I say? I myself am a kid. What advise will I give to them?”

The young star, who celebrated her 17th birthday on October 24, said people have appreciated her performance in the movie.

Written and directed by Advait Chandan, “Secret Superstar” revolves around the singing aspirations of a girl.

She also posed for a selfie with school students.

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