Maya Ali Reveals How She Ended Up Signing for ‘Pehli Si Muhabbat’

With Pehli Si Muhabbat, Maya Ali and Sheheryar Munawar made their television comebacks and so far, people are loving their chemistry.

Maya Ali

With Pehli Si Muhabbat, Maya Ali and Sheheryar Munawar made their television comebacks and so far, people are loving their chemistry. The two previously won hearts with their film Parey Hut Luv and seeing them back together gives us all the good vibes.

The drama serial narrates he struggles of Rakshi and Aslam, while paints an apt picture of the Pakistani society. The diverse characters resonate with the local audience and people are eager to see how the story will unfold in the following episodes.

 

In a recent interview with Something Haute, Maya Ali revealed that she didn’t really plan for this project, but somehow she agreed for it.

“I was offered many films with Sheheryar Munawar after PHL and we would discuss it with each other whether we should we do it or not. Then, I was offered four dramas with him. I think people like our on-screen chemistry so much that they want us to see more; I thought Sheheryar won’t sign for it and he thought I may not sign it, but later we realized that this was meant to happen.

Talking about her film, ABG with Shoaib Mansoor, Maya Ali revealed that she was approached while was filming for the drama.

“I had signed Pehli Si Muhabbat when Shoaib sahab approached me for his next film and when I realized after reading the script that I won’t get this opportunity again. So, I completed my drama shoot and then went to shoot the first spell of the film,” she said.

You can watch the full interview here:

 


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Written by Munazza Mehmood

Writer by day, biryani enthusiast by night. Completely drowned into the world of K-pop.

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