What! This Pakistani actress called Salman Khan a "chhichora"
Feb 17 2017 by Francis Osborne
Now Bollywood fans might not be familiar with Saba Qamar, but she will soon make her Hindi debut with a movie called Hindi Medium, that stars Irrfan Khan. However, a shocking video of the actor is going viral in which she has apparently spoken about some ace Bollywood actors including Hrithik Roshan, Emraan Hashmi, Ranbir Kapoor and even Dabangg actor Salman Khan.
During a Pakistani talk show, Saba Qamar was asked how she would say "no" to Bollywood actors if she was offered a film with them.
Immediately after her old video (where she can be seen poking fun at Bollywood actors), Pakistani diva Saba Qamar has switched to the damage control mode. If Hrithik were to ask her to marry him, how would Saba refuse.
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Finally, she turns down Salman Khan for being "chichora" (cheap) and not knowing how to dance.
She also went on to suggest that she'd never do a film with Emraan Hashmi, who enjoys vast popularity in Pakistan, suggesting she wouldn't want to be diagnosed with oral cancer, taking a direct jibe at his Serial-kisser tag. "I work with only A-listers". For him, Saba said, "I don't want to have mouth cancer". Then comes Riteish Deshmukh, whom she brushed off for being a "comedian actor", and she would rather not work with him because she is such a huge star in Pakistan, so she wants an "A-class" star. "We are not Bollywood". "I felt it was so unnecessary".
After a successful career in Pakistan, Saba rose to fame in India with her Pakistani serial Dastaan, which aired under the name of Waqt Ne Kiya Kya Haseen Sitam on Zindagi channel. It is slated to release on May 12 this year.