Actor Dia Mirza says artwork at all times suffers by the hands of worry however the identical issue additionally ignites it.
The actor will probably be subsequent seen within the Kashmir-set internet sequence “Kaafir”, which chronicles the journey of a mom, a younger Pakistani girl, who’s being held prisoner after crossing over to India below mysterious circumstances.
When requested how does she view the present instances when there may be an ‘us versus them’ divide and Pakistani actors are banned, Dia informed reporters, “Art always suffers at the hands of fear. But also, art is always ignited and refuelled because of fear.”
The actor mentioned the prevailing prejudices are extraordinarily detrimental for hope and love.
“I consider that these prejudices which are being imposed on us not simply take us away from our neighbours, they take us away from ourselves.
“Once we deny ourselves the chance to speak and alternate hope and love, we’re solely expressing to the world how fearful we’re,” she mentioned.
She was talking at a particular occasion of “Kaafir”, Thursday night time.
Written by Bhavani Iyer, directed by Sonam Nair and produced by Siddharth Malhotra, “Kaafir” premieres on ZEE5 on June 15.