Sonya Hussyn reveals why her film with Emraan Hashmi didn’t happen

In a recent interview, actor Sonya Hussyn shared intriguing details about her career and thoughts on ideal co-stars, capturing the attention of fans and industry insiders alike. Known for her captivating performances, Hussyn’s latest revelations included offers from the Indian film industry and her personal views on potential on-screen partners and marriage.

Hussyn disclosed that she had been approached for three different film projects from India, surprising many who might view such cross-border collaborations with skepticism. Among these, she highlighted a Shakespearean adaptation of Measure for Measure and a sequel to an old Santosh Kumar film. However, the most notable offer involved a film with Bollywood star Emraan Hashmi.

“I even had a meeting with the relevant people, but then the exchange with India stopped altogether,” she explained, referencing the cessation of Indo-Pak collaborations following the Uri attack and subsequent ban on Pakistani artists working in India.

When discussing her dream co-star, Sonya expressed her admiration for Ali Zafar’s charisma, selecting him over other contenders. “I think Ali Zafar has that charm of a film hero. There are many contenders, like Fawad Khan, but acting-wise, I would prefer Ali Zafar,” she said.

The conversation also ventured into her personal life, where Sonya candidly addressed her stance on marriage. Known for her down-to-earth personality and style, she remains single, a topic that often piques the curiosity of her fans. On Nadia Khan’s show, Sonya elaborated on her views about marrying within the industry.

“I would never marry an actor. Actors are very self-obsessed, and I think self-obsession should only be in one of us. When you’re so into yourselves, you can’t pay attention to the other person,” she remarked.

Despite societal expectations, Hussyn feels no rush to marry. She reflected, “Everyone tells me that I’ve finished studying, have worked a lot, built a house, and that I should get married now. Maybe I don’t belong to this generation because I feel like men have lost that chivalry and good mannerisms.”

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