Mohib Mirza, who is playing a key role in the Pakistani remake of Mahesh Bhatt’s 1982 Bollywood movie Arth, feels India does not give enough exposure to films from his country. The Pakistani actor feels it is important for both countries to streamline the exchange of storytelling. He believes the Indian media is rigid in promoting Pakistan’s films and entertainment industry.
Stressing that streamlining a process for smooth exchange of films is vital for both countries, Mohib said: “Indian media does promote our films, but it’s not consistent. We are equally talented and we have all means to produce and achieve things.”
Mohib, who was recognised for his talent in 2009 in Kent, Britain at the International Filmmaker Festival for the film Inshah-Allah, is currently working on Arth remake, directed by Shaan Shahid.
The Indian Express