MAWRA DE­NIES DAT­ING RAN­BIR

Mawra Ho­cane says that peo­ple close to her know the truth

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Time Out - An­juri Na­yar Singh an­juri.na­yar@hin­dus­tan­times.com

There is noth­ing for me to say about this as noth­ing I say will be enough to put these ru­mours to rest. Peo­ple close to me know the truth MAWRA HO­CANE, AC­TOR

Pak­istani ac­tor Mawra Ho­cane (above) has re­cently been in news for her ru­moured close­ness to ac­tor Ran­bir Kapoor (in­set). It is well known that the for­mer is a huge fan of Ran­bir and the buzz sug­gests that the two spent time to­gether in Ber­lin ear­lier this month. Mawra was there for her sis­ter’s birth­day, while Ran­bir went to dis­cuss about a film with di­rec­tor Ayan Muk­erji.

How­ever, the ac­tor de­nies these ru­mours, say­ing, “There is noth­ing for me to say about this as noth­ing I say will be enough to put these ru­mours to rest. Peo­ple who are close to me know the truth so I don’t need to clear the air.”

Mean­while, the ac­tor who made her Bol­ly­wood de­but this year, says, “I feel that dra­mas dom­i­nate in Pak­istan and films dom­i­nate in In­dia. It’s not like I don’t find In­dian TV shows in­ter­est­ing, I have grown up watch­ing some of them. But I'm not open to work­ing in them as of now.”

How­ever, the ac­tor in­sists that there is noth­ing wrong in In­dian TV shows. She says, “The shows are very dif­fer­ent from dra­mas in Pak­istan and there is noth­ing wrong in that. I don’t think we need to change them. If we try to fix the num­ber of episodes in In­dian TV shows, like we have in Pak­istani dra­mas, they might lose their charm.”

Mawra, who is new in Mumbai, was on the look­out for a place to stay and says that she has been lucky to find a great place. “I'm so for­tu­nate to be able to find a nice place. I am in Ber­lin at the mo­ment, but once I am back, I will be do­ing up the house,” she says.

PHOTO: PTI

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