Amid the ongoing tension between India and Pakistan in the wake of the Uri attack, popular television actress Sara Khan, who is currently in Pakistan for the shoot of a TV serial, is having a tough time pacifying her parents back in India who are worried for her safety.
However, the actress said that she feels safe as her Pakistani colleagues are taking good care of her. "My family is extremely concerned and I try to calm them down all the time. There's nothing to worry about. In fact, my Pakistani colleagues go out of their way to make me feel safe. People here are warm and hospitable. I will be home on October 6," Sara told the Times of India.
She further said that it is disturbing to see so much tension between the two countries and Pakistani people are praying that the issues get sorted out soon.
Talking about IMPAA (Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association) imposing ban on Pakistani artistes working in India, the actress said: "I don't support it. Art has to be above politics. Artistes believe in spreading love, peace and brotherhood. I want to emphasise that terrorism in any form, anywhere, needs to be condemned unequivocally. I hope India and Pakistan can bridge their differences and work towards peace and understanding."
Sara will be the first Indian TV actress to make her mark in the Pakistani TV industry. Sara had earlier acted in a Pakistani telefilm, Tujhse Hi Raabta alongside Yasir Shah, but the new Pakistani show Ye Kaisi Mohabbat Hai is the actress' first mainstream daily soap.