Mawra goes house hunting in Mumbai

Mawra goes house hunting in Mumbai

"I've been living in a hotel for the past year and I am tired of it." shares the 22-year-old actress
15 Jun, 2016

Ever since Mawra made her Bollywood debut in Sanam Teri Kasam, she's been flip-flopping between Pakistan and India.

It's not a secret that she's taken a liking to spending time across the border and so not really shocking that she's looking to rent out a place out there.

Talking to Hindustan Times, the 22-year-old actress reveals: "I've been living in a hotel for the past year and I am tired of it. I want my own space. I've been house-hunting in Mumbai for some time now and I should zero in on one in the next few days."

“My routine is similar to that of a nomad but I crave for the comforts enjoyed by a normal girl. In fact, while shooting for Sanam Teri Kasam, I turned my vanity van into my room.”

The Aahista Aahista leading lady is all praise for India. She shared that she had received “a lot of love and respect here”.

“I am happy with the variety of work I’m getting here and the mix of people I have met,” she adds.

Mawra, who has grown up watching Bollywood films, also said she “admires” Priyanka Chopra. “I feel that my career mirrors hers. She is working in the U.S. and in India, while I shuttle between Pakistan and India. I cherish the feedback I have received from her on Twitter,” says Mawra, who hasn’t met Priyanka but “would like to meet her someday”

Mawra is currently looking forward to heading out on a vacation before she begins working on her next film. “I am visiting Europe for 20 days with my sister and will also be going to Sydney, Australia, where my parents stay for Eid,” she reveals.


Hania22 Jun 15, 2016 12:28pm
Very Inteligent actress , Waiting for this movie.
shiva Jun 15, 2016 01:04pm
Another Pakistani trying to escape....
Madhusudan Jun 15, 2016 01:43pm
After hunting house in mumbai, uwra aapa too will join her and her little cutie pie brother, than this kapoor family of pakistan will rock in india.
Yousuf Jun 15, 2016 01:49pm
It will only show us in a bad light. Please make your career in pakistan and not in india
50 Shades of Khaki Jun 15, 2016 02:04pm
@shiva How about millions of 'NRIs' outside India? What did they escape?
divergence Jun 15, 2016 02:16pm
@shiva Another Indian failing to see a situation with rationality. She is just an average actress who will contribute a few more flops to bollywood, but intolerance and irrationality seem to be trademark of most Indians. (& also lying when it suits you)
Zoom Jun 15, 2016 03:06pm
Mumbai is a big metropolitan you will find appropriate place to live.
Manoj Jun 15, 2016 03:30pm
@shiva Yes, trying to escape to India.
che Jun 15, 2016 03:46pm
@Yousuf it was there since long ago. thing is its between pakistan and India
Avinash Tiwari Jun 15, 2016 03:50pm
@divergence look boy as far as your view is concerned , we 'intolerant Indians ' gave citizenship to Adnan Sami , and this actress is happy in India after working in a debut , so respect them who give you the same , namastey .
Kushal Das Jun 15, 2016 04:09pm
@50 Shades of Khaki It says USA/West is better than India. And by that same token, when people move from Pakistan to India, you know what that means...
ABC Jun 15, 2016 06:58pm
Hope she will be able to find her new home. When I went there, I wasn't able to find some space in local trains....anyways Mumbai is fun...
WHO CARES Jun 16, 2016 02:35am
Please stop embarrassing yourself and your country with these half baked sloppy films.
Indian Jun 16, 2016 06:43am
@ABC When I was in Karachi, I couldn't find train. Long live PK
Sameer Jun 16, 2016 07:36am
@50 Shades of Khaki NRI are all over the world except Pakistan.
Sameer Jun 16, 2016 07:41am
Pakistan film industry is too small and doesn't have much scope that's why actors from there come to India. Have you seen any actor from outside coming there?
Sameer Jun 16, 2016 07:46am
Maya Ali, fawad, adnan Sami, mawra, Mira, veena Malik, cricket commentators, all come to India for a better life.
David billa Jun 16, 2016 08:26am
hope these people create peace, good luck for her career