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Nigaar Khan turns 'Super Witch' for her next TV show!

Nigaar Z. Khan returns to acting just a year after her marriage.

Published: Tuesday,Apr 26, 2016 13:44 PM GMT-06:00
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Actress Nigaar Z. Khan packed her bags and moved to UAE after her marriage to Pakistani businessman Khayyam Sheikh in July 2015. 

And now, a year later, she is all set to return to the arclights with Baal Veer (SAB TV), in which she will play a super witch.

When we spoke to Nigaar, she mentioned, "Once an actor, always an actor. I missed acting, but I wanted to give some time to my marriage. So, I didn't take up any daily soap. I chose this show as it requires me to shoot for just 10 days a month; that leaves me with enough time to spend with my family in India, and the rest of the month with my husband." 

Does she see herself relocating to India? "No, home is where the heart is and my heart is with my husband, "she replied. 

We asked her if she plans to go the family way anytime soon, and she answered, "I have never planned my life. In fact, I had never planned to marry and settle in UAE. I go where my life leads me and follow my heart, including embracing motherhood."

Well, we wish you good luck for your new show, Nigaar!

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Nigaar Z. Khan Baal Veer  SAB TV 

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melodymusic 6 years ago No matter who enters! Altime favourite show Baal Veer will be always favourite!! Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks.. Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks.. Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks.. Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks!
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superfan1 6 years ago Love the show Baal Veer!! So each and every character of the Baal Veer team is appreciable!! But hero Dev Joshi shines the best!!
Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks and will rock always!
Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks and will rock always!
Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks and will rock always!
Baal Veer Dev Joshi rocks and will rock always!
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Amri_IF 9 years ago As Sharmila Tagore points out, there are a number of paradoxes that exist in such representations. But personally, I don't agree with some of her views. On one hand, she says that some are too naive to know what they're doing, and on the other she says it doesn't matter if they are enjoying themselves. I do not see how we can have a yardstick to judge whether commodification is justified in some circumstances and inappropriate in others.

The commodification doesn't even have to explicit: take some of these shaving razors and men's perfumes ads for example. It doesn't make an iota of sense as to why women have to feature in them.

Also, ads featuring women for products from cars to bathroom fittings (!) inevitably end up comparing their features to the female body. Is this necessary? I just squirm in my seat when I see such ads and movies.

I hope and dream of the day when we can produce a culture that sees both women's and men's bodies for what they are, and gives all genders the right to formulate their responses in whatever way they deem fit.2013-03-08 23:22:23
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