B-Town actress Nargis Fakhri has become one of the most recognized beauties in the media industry. She may have debuted in Hollywood action-comedy Spy, but the young actress doesnâ€™t mind coming to Pakistan to connect with her roots.
â€œI am upset with my father for not teaching me Urdu,â€ joked Nargis..
â€œIt is such a beautiful language,â€ added the star. After the death of her father, Nargis never got a chance to connect with her roots. â€œI have always had difficulty speaking in Urdu and always will because no one in my family or friends circle speaks it. But even though I may not speak it, I can understand it and I am glad to know I have learnt something.â€
The Mein Tera Hero star feels â€œunfortunateâ€ to never have been able to travel to Pakistan. â€œI donâ€™t know anybody there after my fatherâ€™s death because of which I never got the opportunity to go there,â€ she said.
Although she is not sure about working in Pakistanâ€™s film industry, but if given the chance, this Bollywood beauty would love to come and gorge on the delicious Pakistani treats.
â€œI heard the food there is amazing and Iâ€™m a big foodie. I would definitely want to go there for a food journey maybe that will be a good thing,â€ she said excitedly.
For this star â€“ who lived in America and works in India â€“ the feeling of being an â€˜outsiderâ€™ is all too familiar. â€œI donâ€™t really think Iâ€™ve belonged anywhere. Since the time that I grew up, I didnâ€™t have a place where I belonged,â€ said Nargis.
From the time she debuted in B-Town, she was labelled the â€˜Pakistani actress making her debut in Bollywoodâ€™, after her Hollywood debut in Spy, tabloids labelled her the â€˜Bollywood actress making her debut in Hollywoodâ€™. However, she doesnâ€™t see any of this in a negative light.
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