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Ali Zafar Doesn’t Want To Collaborate With Shah Rukh Khan But With This Young Singer

The actor-singer Ali Zafar has asserted that it wouldn’t be favourable to collaborate with Shah Rukh Khan.

Ali Zafar is a well-known Pakistani singer, he worked and Bollywood for many years delivering some best songs of the time. Unfortunately, he had to move back to his country when Pakistani artists were banned in India. Before returning to his nation, Alia Zafar worked in Shah Rukh Khan’s film, Dear Zindagi. The actor-singer Ali Zafar has asserted that he doesn’t want to collaborate with Shah Rukh Khan. 

In a recent interview, Ali was asked if he wants to team up with Shah Rukh but he implied it wouldn’t be beneficial for the actor. In a conversation with Connect FM Canada, Ali said, “Yaar abhi philhal to wo mere se na hi collaborate karein. Wahan pe aise hi mushkilein badh jaati hain (He shouldn’t collaborate with me as of now. Difficulties there increase just like that).” He referred to current political climate between India and Pakistan. Hence he suggested it wouldn’t be favourable for him and SRK both to collaborate.

However, Ali has someone on the cards to collaborate with. He indicated his interest in collaborating with Punjabi singer Shehnaaz Gill. During the interview with Connect FM Canada, he said, “Shehnaaz, if you are interested, I would love to collaborate with you on one of my songs.”

Ali Zafar made his Bollywood debut with the 2010 film Tere Bin Laden. Since then he appeared in approximately 9 films and his last film was SRK’s Dear Zindagi. Further that movie he couldn’t make any Hindi movies as Pakistani artistes were banned by Maharashtra Navnirman Sena from working in Bollywood.

In the same interview with Shehnaaz Gill revealed a lesson she learnt from superstar Salman Khan. She said, “From him, I’ve learnt to keep moving ahead. He has told me that I can go really far in life if I work hard. He motivates me a lot.”

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