Maya Ali the famous actress talked to BBC Asian Network where she discussed her career and life. She Spoke about how her relationship with her father suffered when she chose to pursue her passion, acting as a career.
The amazing actress is known for her bubbly personality and amazing acting in super hit dramas like Diyar e Dil and Maan Mayal. Her Charm is no longer attached to the small screen. With her debut in 2018 with Teefa in trouble, she made a name for herself as an astounding film actress. Now this year her second film Parey Hut Love is all set to release on Eid Ul Azha and Maya Has high hopes attached to it.
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Maya Ali talks about how her father’s unhappiness affected her:
Maya Ali has been open about her family’s disapproval of her acting career. In a recent interview, she told the BBC Asian Network, that her father didn’t speak to her for eight years, not even a word. He won’t even reply if she said Salam, and this hurt her deeply. She said she wanted him to say something, at least get angry.
Finally, six months before his death, he came to terms with it. When she lost the best actress award for Diyar-e-Dil, He said, “It’s OK Beta, You will win it next time for “Maan Mayal.” And the little lady did but her father wasn’t there to see.
Maya has Something to say to all the parents:
Maya pleaded with all the parents who don’t agree with the career choices their children made, to let them have a chance. She said her success felt incomplete when her father was unhappy. So, she asked all the parents to be a support for their children.
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#Pakistani actress #MayaAli reveals that she went against her father's wishes to pursue her passion for acting, and though they are on good terms now, her father didn't speak to her for 8 years, and wishes that parents allow children to pursue their passion. @iharoonrashid @official_mayaali Video by @bbcasiannetwork
So what’s your take on this friend? Do you agree that parents should support their kids even if they [parents] don’t agree with their children’s career choices?