Fawad Khan Was Asked An Awkward Question About India & Pakistan, What Happened Next Was Awesome

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4:06 pm 22 Aug, 2016

Recently, Fawad Khan and Richa Chadha attended a press conference in Melbourne and as usual an awkward question was shot at them the way questions are shot by the media to create a sensation. Our Pakistani hottie Fawad Khan was saved by Richa this time, and what she said will leave you in awe.

It was Zindagi channel, which first offered us a glimpse of eye candy Fawad Khan. Later, he entered Bollywood with his debut in Khoobsurat, opposite Sonam Kapoor.


In the conference, a journalist while asking questions to Fawad asked him about his opinion on how India is getting influenced by the west, how it is adopting western culture like kissing scenes, intimate scenes in their films. The journo wanted to know what difference does Fawad feel about the difference in the culture of India and Pakistan.

Before Fawad could utter a word, Richa interrupted and said that she want to answer the question.

Believe me, the woman killed it with her fitting reply!

Here is what she replied,

I would like to answer that. Sorry, I am cutting in. You know we were colonised by the British for a really long time. It’s a part of the..I am sorry if I am offending anybody here, but if you look at the worldwide history, every time the British left an empire, they divided it. Whether it was North Korea or South Korea, then there was Germany. It is a part of the strategy to keep political unrest to sort of maintain a global kind of, I am sorry but your question to me doesn’t make sense because I will have far more in common with Fawad because I am from the North of India than I will have with somebody who is a tam brah or maybe Malayali or from the North East. I think we should avoid stereotyping in questioning or creating some kind of contradiction here because the whole intent and especially art does not really have any borders.

Well, the question definitely does not make any sense. Richa here made a very strong point that creativity absolutely does not have any boundaries. You can find creativity flowing in the air to any part of the world.



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