Film actress Meera in a video message that went viral on Thursday said that she is receiving threatening phone calls and proceeded to request the government for providing her security.
Meera got Pride of Performance Award from the Government of Pakistan in 2012.
I am receiving threatening phone calls. I want the government of Pakistan to give me protection,” she said while adding “my life is at risk”.
The actress said that she wanted to promote her film Baaji, which is due to be released again in Pakistan but was unable to travel to the country due to threats to her life.
The film was released on 28 June 2019 under the banner of ARY Films nationally and was also had an international release by B4U Films. Baaji wasn’t the first film which was distributed internationally by B4U Films as other Pakistani films such as Rangreza, Janaan, 7 Din Mohabbat In, Cake were also released by the same banner.
The film collected 0.9 crores on its opening day and 0.95 crore on its second day. On its third day it collected 0.95 crore making a total gross of Rs 2.80 crores by the end of its opening weekend. It collected Rs 2.10 crores by the end of its second weekend. After the end of its run it earned Rs 11.40 crores domestically.
Further details of threating call still not disclosed.
Via: web desk