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Mohib Mirza Opens Up About His Love Life; says ‘I Have Fallen In Love Many Times’

Mohib Mirza is a brilliant Pakistani actor. He is well-known for his excellent acting skills.

Mohib has the quality to make any tough character given to him turn out to be gery smooth and picture perfect. His latest play Neeli Zinda Hay is making waves now for quite a few days. Fans love his acting skills in all his shows. Recently, he gained a big following from the Arab and Middle East regions after the success of his seriesDushman-e-Jaan.

What Did Mohib Say?

Mohib Mirza was married to Amina Sheikh but they have both split now, but recently Mohib appeared in a show where he opened up about how many times he had fell in love.

The actor said, “My name is Mohib and it means ‘Lover’ so I am a true image of my name and I have been in love many times.”

Mahira Khan also speculated that Mohib might have fallen in love five times and Mohib agreed to that count guess. He said that he’s a human, it’s a natural emotion and he doesn’t shy away to admit that.

Mohib’s Opinion On Bollywood And Lollywood Artists

Six years ago he made the statement that artists earn more respect in India than in Pakistan.

On an another show, he was asked about his previous comments regarding the Indian film and entertainment industry. Mohib praised the Bollywood industry and called them much bigger and successful than Lollywood.

He answers, ‘The reason of giving this statement was that their industry is ten thousand times larger than our industry and they have a large number of population as well, so their industry highly appreciates your effort.’

“If you continue to compare your work with them, it is clear that their artists will be well known and more recognized then,” Mohib added.

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Shaheer is passionate about living a life seeking un-ending knowledge, philomath, as you may think of him. He's a student of Finance and a keen observer of Business and Indian-Political scenario who takes pleasure to pen down his views and opinions on the same. As his guiding mantra to life, ‘Come what may , life goes on’ helps.

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