Indian film executive and picture taker Maneesh Singh, who cases to have addressed Qandeel Baloch two days before her murder, on Monday declared to make a motion picture in light of the life of the Pakistani model. As per Indian media reports, the film will be named “Ghairat” – suggesting to the word honor in English – and it will highlight the issue of honor executing in both Pakistan and India.
In an interview, Singh said: “I will soon file a formal request with the Pakistani government to get permission to shoot the film in her native village in Pakistan,” further including that Qandeel was a progressive young lady.
“The circumstances made her a controversial person before her death, however, deep within Qandeel was quite a normal human being like most of the women of her age in Karachi or Lahore,” he said.
Discussing his ties with Qandeel Baloch, he said that they used to talk by means of phone calls 2-3 time in a month furthermore addressed each other just before her death. We were close to each other for more than year and a half, he included.
“We were discussing a film project and if she could visit India to shoot the film or settle in Mumbai,” Maneesh Singh said.
On the event, he additionally shared his dread that Qandeel Baloch’s sibling could have been utilized somebody other, saying “there was a greater conspiracy at play and religious clerics are behind her murder”. He encouraged the Pakistani government to completely examine into the each part of the homicide case.