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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Fans go crazy with the appearance of Fawad Khan in Ms. Marvel

Fans are praising the appearance of Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Ms.Marvel. The actor appeared in the fifth episode of the series.

Fans had been desperately waiting to see Fawad Khan appear in the series. The fifth episode introduces Fawad Khan as Hasan- the great-grandfather of Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) in the series. The fifth episode is set before the partition of Pakistan and India. This is where Hasan meets Aisha (Mehwish Hayat). The meet-up turns into romance and they start a family. Fawad Khan is playing freedom fighter in the movie and his scenes have caused a frenzy on social media.

A fan wrote, “Look at the charm he brings to the screen. Fawad Khan in Ms. Marvel y’all.”

“Fawad Khan’s acting was amazing in #MsMarvel Episode 5, the expressions were brilliant and the struggle to get independence from British and the pain in his eyes when talking to Muslims was real,” said a Twitter user.

“Fawad khan in MCU is a day I never thought I’d see but I loved every second of it. #MsMarvel,” said another Fawad Khan fan on Twitter.


Read more: Iman Vellani to play Marvel’s first Pakistani- American Muslim superhero, Ms. Marvel

Earlier, the previous episode of the series by Marvel Studios had spurred controversy due to its misleading depiction of the history of the subcontinent. The controversial dialogues have been analyzed in-depth by a history enthusiast who goes by the name Fidato on Twitter. In a Twitter thread, Fidato deconstructed the controversial dialogues from Ms. Marvel and pointed out how the show has misled its audience regarding the partition of the sub-continent.

Twitter user was of the view that the dialogues from Ms. Marvel depict the narrative of Indian nationalists, who believe that Pakistan is a creation of British imperialism and that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is to be blamed for the division of the sub-continent as he spread the communal virus.