Actress Daisy Shah says hate is not going to solve the problem on the recent Pulwama Terror attack, which has rocked the nation.
In the worst-ever terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir since militancy erupted in 1989, a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) suicide bomber on Thursday rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into a CRPF bus in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, killing at least 42 troopers and leaving 38 critically wounded.
Talking about the incident, Daisy Shah said, “If you think hate is going to solve the problem, try using love, it will solve the problem more easily. I don’t really understand why these terrorist attacks keep on happening, I feel so sad to the entire families, who have lost their loved ones…A lot of children have lost their fathers, a lot of wives have become widows, this is not a good thing to do at all”
Daisy Shah recently grabbed the limelight for her performance in Race 3 and now, the actress is all set to make her debut in the Gujarati film industry. Daisy has been roped in to play a football coach in the film, titled Gujarat 11.
Talking about the Gujarati debut and upcoming projects, Daisy said, “I am shooting for my Gujarati film, which we have already started. And by mid this year, I will start a Bollywood film, which will be on the comedy side, and by the year end I will start another film, which is apparently is a remake of one of our old films”
Daisy Shah was interacting with media on the sidelines of Sunny Leone’s new single, Hollywood Wale Nakhre.
Talking about Nakhre (Tantrums) in Bollywood, Daisy quipped, “When I was an assistant choreographer, I’d worked with a lot of actors and actress, and trust me I have seen a lot of people’s Nakhre, I won’t take any names”
The actress entered showbiz with the Tamil film Vande Mataram and later made her Kannada debut in Bodyguard. Her Bollywood debut was opposite Salman Khan in Jai Ho in 2014.