Bollywood actress Zaira Wasim who made her bollywood from Aamir Khan-starrer superhit Bollywood movie Dangal has recently announced her retirement from the films. Her sudden announcement shocked the fans and it created a lot of buzz on social media.
In a detailed post on her Facebook page, the 18-year-old cited religious reasons for her decision to quit her promising career in Bollywood.
While many considered it as a loss of Bollywood, director Nitesh Tiwari feels it is his personal loss as she debuted with his film.
Nitesh Tiwari reveals Zaira Wasim is unreachable
Talking about the actress and her decision of quitting the industry, Nitesh said, “Zaira has become incommunicado.”
“She is a mature girl and since I don’t understand the situation she is facing, I don’t have the right to comment on her decision. I am sure she must have thought it out and taken a conscious call. Still, it’s sad because she is a fantastic actress as Dangal and Secret Superstar proved. And if for whatever reasons, she decided to step away, it’s the industry’s loss. For me, it’s a personal loss because she debuted in my film, so there was a sense of pride. My best wishes to her, I hope she finds what she seeks,” he says to Mirror.
“In the end, all of us have to be mature enough to realise that everybody has the right to choose his or her life, the way he or she wants to live. And just the way you would not want anybody to question you for your life choices, you should not question her for her life choices. It’s her life and she has every right over it.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, while Zaira will next be seen in Shonali Bose’s, ‘The Sky Is Pink’ which also stars Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar in lead roles.