Discussing her dating experiences at work, as a publicist at a London publishing house, her boss convinces her to write a Muslim dating book.
This book is essentially that, a British Muslim dating book.
A: There's been a long gap between your last, Kill Dill and Meri Pyaari Bindu..such a long gap? P: Having worked in quite a few films, I decided to take time to look after myself. Within a year’s time, I was back on a film set for Meri Pyaari Bindu.
My main reason for choosing Meri Pyaari Bindu is its nostalgia factor, which connected to me instantly.
Romance, adventure, mythology, and gun-slinging are all woven together beautifully, in what I was very pleased to learn is the first part of a trilogy. I took the recommendation of Leena Norms in her Fresh Reads video, and I regret nothing! It was so much fun and I learned so much about British Muslim culture.
Sofia Khan has just broken up with her boyfriend, due to his unwillingness to move out of his parents house after their potential future marriage.
With Meri Pyaari Bindu now out, which features her in a sparkling role as the vivacious, and always up for an adventure, Bindu, Parineeti has also taken the plunge into playback singing.
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Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin required more practice and preparation, as singing on the mic is another level.
Playback singing requires talent, and I am very grateful that people have liked the first effort so much.
There’s lots to like in this mostly sweet British Muslim rom-com.
Pity, then, that it tries too hard, instead of trusting its characters, and sabotages itself.