Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat will appear in Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie’s documentary, ‘My World’ produced in collaboration with BBC World and Microsoft.
The documentary is intended for people aged 13 and above. My World is a global show that will bring forth the real stories behind the news and provide facts to viewers for their discernment on international issues.
Excited that my interview for @BBCWorld will be out soon. Great concept created by Angelia Jolie for the first TV show she is producing. Thank you Jamie Angus @grvlx001 for your vision in highlighting so many important issues that young people face today. #Angelinajolie #Myworld pic.twitter.com/COxFmXrctA
— Mehwish Hayat TI (@MehwishHayat) March 13, 2020
Hence, Mehwish Hayat will be interviewed for the show. She shared the news with her followers on Instagram and Twitter accounts. The actress shared the teaser of the interview.
“The roles that I’ve done, they have been the type that has broken stereotypes. I want that the male actor and female actor get the same amount of money so they get an equal amount of respect,” said Hayat.
“Social media if used the right way, can be really helpful and healthy and progressive; it can build people up,” she added.
The upcoming show will provide trusted information to the people in the age group over a load of fake news on the social media platform.
Meanwhile, Mehwish Hayat is busy in the shootings of ‘London Nahi Jaungi’, written by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar and directed by Nadeem Baig.
Mehwish Hayat, a headstrong actress from Pakistan, has signed up to fight Pakistan’s case globally.
Mehwish Hayat is credited for fearlessly fighting up Pakistan’s case for decades, the stereotypical portrayal of compatriots as terrorists and religious extremists in Hollywood and Bollywood, at international forums.
Hayat outstretched her voice at international media outlets including CNN and Sky News after Priyanka Chopra snubbed a Pakistani girl for calling her a hypocrite. Priyanka Chopra has been supporting aggression by the Indian government despite being a global peace ambassador.
She also appeared in an interview with Sky News, where she called out the western media outlets for repeatedly pulling up the wrong image of Pakistan. She demanded a fair portrayal of Pakistanis, if not positive. She advises the west to do their thorough research into ‘what and who we are’.
Mehwish Hayat, the holder of the prestigious Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, called out Bollywood and Hollywood for unduly tarnishing the image of Pakistan globally. Hayat appeared in an award ceremony in Oslo, Norway where she was awarded the auspicious Pride of Performance by the country’s Prime Minister, Erna Solberg.
In her speeches, Mehwish Hayat has several times raised concerns about the Indian atrocities ongoing for seven decades in Jammu Kashmir.