Dubai-based Pakistani singer, actress, and producer Shyraa Roy revealed in a talking show how her encounter with Hrithik Roshan was on the set of ‘Mohenjo Daro”.
Roy appeared in G Sarkar where she discussed her larger-than-life experience of working with Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan. While the role was small, and she met her just once, it was an out-of-world experience.
Shyraa said, “I didn’t know that the movie was with Hrithik Roshan. At the time, I was at the university in those days when I received the call for a cameo role in the film. I thought that it was a good deal as I was receiving stipend money for a day’s work so I decided to go. ”
She explained, “The picturization of the film Mohenjo Daro was taking place in Dubai’s Al Ain city where I went. I had no idea who was the hero in Mohenjo Daro film. For a scene, I was seated in the car when I saw a macho man walking toward the car. I was shivering because I realized it was Hrithik Roshan. I was in shock and awe of him, it was a huge moment, I was nervous because it was an unbelievable experience. I just said Hello to him and we picturized the scene”.
Roy is the first Pakistani woman to become Miss Trans Pakistan for the world’s biggest beauty pageant for transgender women, Miss International Queen. She has played various roles in movies such as Aks, Mohini in Mohenjo Daro, and Natasha in Saaho.
She also sang in music singles like “Raat, Kamli” in 2020. She turned producer and screenwriter with ‘Hello Shabnam’ for Amazon Prime. Moreover, she was featured in 2020 with Pakistani singer Mohsin Abbas Haider in a duet.
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